How a Mexican drug cartel makes its billions.
Scott Storch, a producer who earned six figures for beats he made in less than an hour, was worth an estimated $70 million. Then he blew it all in a bizarre cocaine binge.
The rise and fall of the Black Mafia Family, once one of the largest cocaine empires in American history.
A profile of Gil-Scott Heron.
How the bulk of the cocaine entering the U.S. ends up cut with a cattle dewormer.
A profile of Griselda Blanco, aka the “Black Widow,” who pioneered the cocaine trade in New York and Miami.
Dan Aykroyd, John Belushi and the making of The Blues Brothers.
Customer feedback on the New York City coke dealing industry.
Two aggressive Dallas cops. One confidential informant. Hundreds of pounds of cocaine. Fifty-three drug traffickers busted. Sound too good to be true? It was.