On July 17th, Joaquín Guzmán, better known to the world as the Mexican drug lord “El Chapo”, was sentenced to life in prison plus 30 years by a US judge in a federal court in New York. El Chapo was found guilty on several charges including drug trafficking, money laundering, 
On July 8, billionaire hedge fund manager Jeffrey Epstein was charged with sex trafficking charges by federal prosecutors claiming he abused dozens of underage girls as young as 14. Pleading not guilty, Epstein was charged with one count of sex trafficking conspiracy and one count of sex trafficking with underage females.
This week, the Supreme Court ruled that police may order blood drawn from any unconscious person suspected of driving under the influence. In a 5-4 vote, the court decided to uphold a Wisconsin law that states people driving on a public road impliedly consent to have their blood

On Tuesday, May 7, Former Vice President of Walt Disney, Michael Laney, was convicted of sexually abusing a 7-year-old girl. Laney, 73, was convicted of four counts of sexual abuse in the first degree after a six-day trial. Multnomah County Circuit Court Judge Benjamin Souede acquitted Laney of three counts of

Chicago native artist Chance the Rapper is releasing his debut album sometime in July, but before the release of his album, he made his first mixtapes 10 Day and Acid Rap available on all platforms. Previously the only full body of work available on digital platforms was his most recent mixtape, Coloring Book. The rerelease of the two mixtapes also came with a revamping
Atlanta icon and trap music pioneer Gucci Mane has returned with his first project of 2019, and his hundredth project overall, and also his fourteenth studio album. Delusions of Grandeur is almost an hour long and is supported by the singles “Love Thru The Computer” with Justin Bieber, “Backwards” with Meek Mill, and the Kenny Beats produced