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Judge Targeted by Trump Once Faced Death Threats From Mexican Cartel
The federal judge being attacked by Donald Trump because of his Mexican heritage once faced something much more dangerous than the presumptive Republican nominee’s verbal barbs. In the 1990s, Gonzalo Curiel was targeted for assassination when he was a federal prosecutor working to lock up some of
Pope Francis Calls for 'Open Hearts' During Mass at US-Mexico Border
On the last day of his trip to Mexico, Pope Francis visited a prison, spoke to business leaders and workers, and hosted a Mass near the U.S.-Mexico border. At the border, the Pontiff asked the world to recognize the plight of people who risk their lives to flee violence, extortion and poverty at
Search for 43 Students Yields 129 Other Bodies in Mexico : What We Know
Mexican authorities have discovered 129 other bodies while searching for 43 missing college students over the last 10 months. Authorities have not made a connection between these bodies and those of the 43 young men who disappeared after clashing with police in Iguala, Mexico, on Sept. 26,
Waging War on Heroin in the Suburbs
It was just another school day when Gee Vigna went to wake up her daughter Nicky, who was in high school, but Vigna knew something was wrong the moment she saw her daughter lying in bed. “She was completely gray, her eyes were rolled back in the back of her head and she was frothing at the mouth,”
Alleged Mexican Drug Cartel Thugs Kidnap American 'Courier' in SC
FBI: Case Sends Message US 'Will Not Tolerate the Kidnapping of American Citizens'
Surge of Children Crossing Border Alone Filling Lackland AFB
Rigoberto Martinez Is One of 1,200 Children Housed at an Emergency Shelter Set Up at Lackland AFB
Yasiel Puig feels free on diamond
Dodgers sensation Yasiel Puig splashed down in the big leagues on June 3 one year ago. And for most of that time -- starting with the debate about whether he should've been invited to the All-Star Game just a few weeks into his thunderclap debut -- Puig has easily been the most polarizing and
Mattingly concerned about Puig saga
SAN FRANCISCO -- Yasiel Puig has presented Don Mattingly plenty of managerial challenges since he arrived in the major leagues last June, but the latest news about the outfielder's perilous escape from Cuba has taken the relationship into new territory. According to two reports, including a lengthy
Son of Mexican Drug Cartel Leader Pleads Guilty, Cooperating with Feds
Federal authorities in Chicago revealed today that a son of the fugitive Mexican cartel leader known as “El Mayo” has entered a guilty plea and is cooperating with the U.S. government in its case against top figures in the Sinaloa drug-trafficking organization. Jesus Vicente Zambada-Niebla,...
5 Things to Know This Morning
Your look at the five biggest and most buzz-worthy stories of the morning. 1. Officials Identify Plane Passenger Who Used Stolen Passport Two suspects on Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 who used stolen passports had no record of entering Malaysia legally , officials say. 2. Court to Hear 'Graphic'