Mexican drug cartel leader ‘La Barbie’, a former Texas football player, sentenced to 50 years

Mexican drug cartel leader ‘La Barbie’, a former Texas football player, sentenced to 50 years

Aug. 31, 2010: Texas-born Edgar Valdez Villarreal, also known as “La Barbie,” center, reacts during his presentation to the media after his arrest in Mexico City. (AP) A judge in Atlanta on Monday sentenced a former Texas high school football player who rose through a bloody power struggle for control of a Mexican drug cartel…

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Did alliance ensure Justify victory?

Did alliance ensure Justify victory?

Justify’s emergence as the only undefeated Triple Crown champion after Seattle Slew and the 13th horse overall to complete the rare sweep went from a feel-good story to one awash in controversy on Sunday. Queens native Mike Repole, co-owner of fourth-place Vino Rosso and last-place Noble Indy in the field of 10, hopes Belmont Park stewards…

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Supreme Court to tackle immigration, voting rights, unions: A look at major cases on justices’ agenda

Supreme Court to tackle immigration, voting rights, unions: A look at major cases on justices’ agenda

It’s decision time for the U.S. Supreme Court, which has a full plate of issues before it: immigration, religious freedom and voter rights. The justices already issued a ruling striking down a law that barred sports gambling in most states, issued a narrow ruling in favor of a Colorado baker who refused to provide a wedding…

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Trump ‘Told Macron EU Is Worse than China,’ Slams Car Tariffs

Trump ‘Told Macron EU Is Worse than China,’ Slams Car Tariffs

U.S. President Donald J. Trump said the European Union (EU) is “worse than China” in a meeting with French President Emmanuel Macron, a source has claimed. “Let’s work together, we both have a China problem,” President Macron had asked, according to the source, who is reported by Axios to have been present at a meeting of the…

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A theme of tolerance, inclusion at this year’s Tony Awards

A theme of tolerance, inclusion at this year’s Tony Awards

NEW YORK – A small-scale, intimate musical about hard-won cultural understanding was an altogether apt Tony winner on a night where tolerance and inclusion were constant themes. “The Band’s Visit,” about an Egyptian police band that gets stranded in a remote Israeli desert town, forcing both sides to get to know each other, triumphed over…

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Eminem set blasted over ‘gunshot’ sound effects…

Eminem set blasted over ‘gunshot’ sound effects…

Share This Story! Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about Eminem fans scared by ‘gunshot’ sound effects during Bonnaroo show A series of deafening blasts during Eminem’s Bonnaroo set Saturday night, prompted several festival goers to criticize the singer for what they described as “gunshot” sound effects. Post to Facebook…

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Trump to meet Kim Jong Un for one-on-one at historic summit

Trump to meet Kim Jong Un for one-on-one at historic summit

President Donald Trump and North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un are planning to meet one-on-one during Tuesday’s historic summit in Singapore. A U.S. official, who was not authorized to speak but was familiar with the summit plans, said Trump is set to meet with Kim at the beginning of the summit. They will be joined…

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Mosher: China, the Spectre Haunting the Singapore Talks

Mosher: China, the Spectre Haunting the Singapore Talks

The Chinese are reportedly pulling out all the stops in their efforts to spy on President Donald Trump and his delegation in Singapore. They are not only worried about losing their North Korean vassal state, but they are also seeking to learn as much as they can about Trump’s negotiating techniques. You see, they understand that they…

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The Latest: ‘Harry Potter’ wins best new play Tony Award

The Latest: ‘Harry Potter’ wins best new play Tony Award

NEW YORK – The Latest on the Tony Awards (all times local): 10 p.m. J.K. Rowling’s “Harry Potter” franchise has cast its spell on Broadway, winning the best new play Tony Award. The win for “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” adds to the franchise’s haul of seven bestselling books and eight blockbuster films. The…

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In Newark, Police Cameras, and the Internet, Watch You…

In Newark, Police Cameras, and the Internet, Watch You…

By RICK ROJAS, New York Times NEWARK, N.J. — The camera perched above the bus stop sends back a continuous feed from the corner of 16th Avenue and South 18th Street in Newark’s West Ward. Regular customers come and go from Max’s, a convenience store, and a man without a shirt paces aimlessly on the…

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