How Family Separations Brought Down a Migrant Mogul

Juan Sanchez was once hailed as a champion for social justice. Then his network of shelters started taking in children split from their relatives.

By JEREMY RAFF | The Atlantic

AUSTIN, Texas—Juan Sanchez, the founder of America’s largest network of shelters for detained migrant children, greeted his employees at the company’s Thanksgiving potluck last November.… Continues

The Brazen Way a Chinese Company Pumped Fentanyl Ingredients Into the U.S.

Yuancheng used an army of young, perky salespeople to peddle illegal chemicals to Americans.

By BEN WESTHOFF | The Atlantic

Yuancheng’s headquarters in Wuhan, ChinaBEN WESTHOFF

Ye Chuan Fa works in a cubicle. His small station is indistinguishable from those of the hundreds of employees at his chemical company, Yuancheng, which translates roughly to “extended success.”… Continues