While news of the recapture of drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzmán has been all over the media, a story about the assassination of Gisela Mota, 33, the day after she took office in the Morelos town of Temixco reveals far more about the state of politics and organized crime in Mexico.
"What I do know for sure about this year's speech," says "The Daily Show" correspondent Roy Wood Jr., is that "Obama has no more f***s to give!"
The footage was recorded on Mexican marines' helmets and documented an exchange of gunfire, falling debris and a team of troops moving around the safe house in the early morning raid.
In Sean Penn's star-powered, 10,000-word, gigante get for Rolling Stone about his clandestine huddle with Mexican drug kingpin Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán, we learn that, with startling predictability, Guzmán was yielding to Hollywood's siren call. And that receptivity didn't just consist of his willingness to be interviewed by actor and activist Penn, either.
A towering wave of criticism washes over the Republican front-runner in response to his race-baiting comments.
You can now take a swing at a Donald Trump piñata or read along as a Mexican comic book hero punches the billionaire for you.
Footage has surfaced of the moment Joaquín Guzmán Loera, the infamous drug lord known as "El Chapo," escaped from his cell in Mexico's Altiplano prison.
The current leader of Mexico has been putting nail after nail in the coffin of his political career, but his most recent blunder may actually bury him.
John Boehner. Just kidding, he's the person directly above El Chapo, the notorious Mexican drug trafficker who was recently caught after a 13-year...