Cartel gunmen used a ranch in northern Mexico as a killing field where they tortured, murdered, and incinerated a large number of victims with complete impunity. The discovery comes as corrupt government officials at the state and federal level in Mexi…
Mexican authorities have abandoned the residents of two towns in the central part of the border state of Tamaulipas despite terrorist attacks by the Gulf Cartel. Gunmen continued to set fire to buildings, abducted innocent victims, and shot up homes.
Gulf Cartel gunmen have been buying thousands of rounds of ammunition in South Texas and smuggling it into Mexico. The bulk purchases of ammunition come as the Gulf Cartel has been waging a fierce turf war between two of its rival factions.
The governor of the State of Mexico became the latest target of cartel threats in makeshift banners just weeks after assuming office. The threats come as cartel violence and influence continue to spread to once-peaceful areas of Mexico while politician…
Mexican authorities recovered the bodies of two migrants from the banks of the Rio Grande over the weekend. The drowning marks the 42nd case this year in that particular border city.
Government officials in Mexico announced the busing of more than 30,000 migrants who are ultimately trying to reach the U.S. border. The program is causing shifts in the routes that migrants take in southern Mexico.
A group of migrants in Mexico trying to make their way to the U.S. border swarmed a series of railroad tracks, forcing a train operator to come to a full stop. Once the train stopped, the migrants boarded and continued their journey north.
Authorities killed a cartel gunman and arrested a second following a chase and shootout in the border city of Matamoros, Tamaulipas. The shootout comes as government officials continue to claim that Tamaulipas is a safe state. The U.S. Department of St…
Thousands of migrants are using trains to reach the border city of Piedras Negras, Coahuila, where thousands are already crossing into Texas.
Friends and loved ones of a murdered woman blocked the entrance to an international port of entry in the border city of Matamoros, Tamaulipas, for over 18 hours to pressure government officials into solving the case.