News & Features,
May 27, 2014
In his three-decade career, Chicago DEA chief Jack Riley has targeted the Outfit, dirty cops, street gangs, and the Sinaloa cartel, yet the drugs keep coming. He says that's all the more reason to continue fighting.
By Mick Dumke
Feature, DEA, Drug Enforcement Administration, Jack Riley, Austin, Washington Pines, neighborhoods, William Maloney, CPD, Chicago Police Department, heroin, drugs, crime, The Outfit, organized crime, Top Cap, Nedrick Miller, Mariano Lettieri, drug dealers, Little Wolf, gangs, Vice Lords, Willie Lloyd, Anthony Zizzo, cocaine, murder, violence, guns, heroin overdoses, drug cartels, Mexico, Sinaloa cartel, Chicago Tribune, Peter Bensinger, Ronald Reagan, war on drugs, Notre Dame University, Bradley University, University of Illinois Springfield, Miami Vice, regulations, Brothers, Florida, Colombia, Joaquín Guzmán Loera, El Chapo, El Paso, Saint Louis, careers, Texas, New Mexico, United States-Mexico border, Juarez, El Paso Times, Breaking Bad, Vine Gilligan, Jesus Vicente Zambada-Niebla, Department of Justice, Chicago Crime Commission, Al Capone, DuPage County, Robert Berlin, prisons, drug arrests, Eric Holder, Barack Obama, marijuana, marijuana legalization, Chapo Guzman, Mazatlán, Mexico, Gangster Disciples, drug trade, Beth Jantz
Jul 31, 2013
But an impressive pedigree and cast—and fascinating subject matter on the U.S.-Mexico border—make for a strong foundation.
By Danette Chavez
Arts, Television, Film, Small Screen, small screen, The Bridge, FX Network, Meredith Stiehm, Elwood Reid, Sonya Cross, El Paso, U.S.-Mexico border, Detective Marco Ruiz, Demian Bichir, Hank Wade, Ted Levine
Dec 25, 2012
As close as it's possible to get to the exact opposite of a Christmas song
Galleries & Museums,
Oct 6, 2011
Mandy Cano Villalobos speaks out silently in
By Sam Worley
Art Sidebar, Voces, Mandy Cano Villalobos, femicides, Juarez, female murder, El Paso, embroidery, veneration, mourning, General Electric, DuPont