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‘Affluenza’ Teen Returns to the United States

Ethan Couch's lawyers argued he was not responsible for causing the deaths of four people in a drunk-driving accident because his affluent upbringing had not instilled in him a sense of responsibility.

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Central America’s Gangs Are All Grown Up

And more dangerous than ever.

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Watch the Raid That Led to El Chapo’s Arrest

Footage has been released of the raid that led to Mexican drug lord Joaquin ‘El Chapo’ Guzman’s arrest.

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Sean Penn Met El Chapo — And Helped Mexican Cops Track Him Down

The actor detailed the encounter in a Rolling Stone article.

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Long Walk to Deportation

Hundreds of thousands of migrants have braved the journey from Central America to the U.S. border. Washington wants to turn them back, before they even arrive.

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Will ‘El Chapo’ Finally Face Justice in a U.S. Court?

"El Chapo" is back in Mexican custody. Will President Enrique Pena Nieto extradite him to the U.S. for trial?

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Is it Too Late Now for Justin Bieber to Say ‘Sorry’ to the Mayan Ruins He Climbed All Over?

Justin Bieber knows how to get in trouble. This time around, he was kicked out of Mayan archaeological site in Mexico.

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Justice for ‘Affluenza’ Teen, Candidate For Worst Person of the Year, Delayed in Mexico

Mexican authorities have delayed deportation of the so-called "affluenza" teen, Ethan Couch.

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