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New Allegations Ahead of Retrial in Chandra Levy Case
Defense attorneys pointing fingers at former Congressman Gary Condit's possible past romantic relationship.
Defense Makes New Allegations Against Former Congressman Gary Condit in Chandra Levy Case
New allegations made by the defense in a new trial for the man accused of murdering murder -trial.htm" id="ramplink_Chandra Levy_" targetblank">Chandra Levy are raising questions about the disappearance of Levy, the FBI intern who vanished in May 2001 and whose remains were found the next year in
Funeral Service in El Salvador Becomes Gang Target: Part 2
Shots rang out as a grieving mother buries another son shot dead over gang rivalry, and after one gang leader demonstrated his power to hold a ceasefire.
In El Salvador , the Murder Capital of the World, Gang Violence Becomes a Way of Life
It was the middle of the night in El Salvador and officers, armed with masks and body armor, were asking men they had arrested to remove their shirts before they brought them to a rundown police station in the country’s capital city. The officers were checking for tattoos that would reveal certain
Donald Trump's Plan to Block Payments to Mexico Could Harm Dependent Communities
Donald Trump 's proposal to block money transfers to Mexico until the country pays for a border wall has immigrants like Juana Alvarez worried about her family. Alvarez, 39, left Puebla, Mexico, for the U.S. in 1993, knowing only an uncle in New York. Since then, she's been wiring money to her
The Economic Ramifications of Trump's Border Wall Proposal
Donald Trump 's plan to force Mexico to pay for a border wall by blocking money transfers to the country would be a "mistake" and a total reversal of policy, experts say. In his plan released today, Trump says he will "compel" Mexico to pay for a border wall by blocking remittances and canceling
Zika Virus: 3 Deaths in Colombia Being Blamed on Zika
Urgent New Warnings From the CDC about the risks of transmitting virus through sex.
After Hiding in US, Salvadoran Officer to Be Extradited for Alleged Massacre
A former military official from El Salvador accused of involvement in the “terrorist murders” of six Jesuit priests and two others will be sent from the United States to Spain to stand trial for his alleged war crimes, after a historic ruling today by a federal judge in North Carolina. As the
ARCHIVAL VIDEO: Nov. 16, 1989: 'Nightline' Report on El Salvadorian Government Reaction to Killing of 6 Priests
The government of Alfredo Cristiani denounced the killings and opened an investigation.