Did an Accused Money Launderer Funnel Millions to the NRA?
Alexander Torshin is a Russian politician accused of financial crimes in Spain, and now the FBI is checking into his ties with the Trump campaign.
'Sicario''s Dirty War on Mexican Cartels Is Not Yet Reality
Denis Villeneuve’s movie gets much right about the borderlands but crosses the line into exaggeration. A veteran border correspondent compares the film’s underworld to the one he knows.
How France—and Weak Sentencing Guidelines—Let the Charlie Hebdo Killers Go Free
"Terrorists are treated like common criminals when it comes to sentencing, even if they are repeat offenders."
The Hidden Intelligence Breakdowns Behind the Mumbai Terrorist Attacks
After Edward Snowden, the government said its controversial surveillance programs had stopped a terrorist—David Coleman Headley. The claim is largely untrue.
Alberto Nisman and Argentina's History of Assassinations and Suspicious Suicides
Whether the crusading prosecutor’s death is found to be a suicide or homicide, many Argentines probably won’t believe it. The past has taught them to always look for the sinister explanation.
War Crimes: ‘They Ordered Us To Kill All The People'
At a historic U.S. trial, former Guatemalan army commandos testify about the massacre of 250 villagers in the jungle hamlet of Dos Erres during the country’s civil war.
Ex-Guatemalan Commando Guilty of Concealing Role in Massacre
Jorge Vinicio Sosa Orantes, who obtained U.S. and Canadian citizenship, is the highest-ranking soldier convicted on charges related to the slaughter of 250 villagers during the country’s civil war.
In Trial of Massacre Suspect, a Rare Chance for Guatemalan Justice
A survivor of the 1982 Dos Erres massacre and former Guatemalan commandos who carried it out will testify against a former army lieutenant, a U.S. citizen who prosecutors say lied about his involvement.