MEXICO CITY — Mexican officials said Sunday that they had captured a leader of the Juárez Cartel, Jesús Salas Aguayo, the man in charge of the gang’s operations in Ciudad Juárez during a convulsion of violence that made the city one of the world’s most murderous.
Mr. Salas, 38, was arrested Friday in the town of Villa Ahumada, about 80 miles south of the Texas border, Mexico’s national security commissioner told reporters Sunday. Mr. Salas took over the cartel’s leadership this year after the arrests of its boss, Vicente Carrillo Fuentes, last October and his replacement, David Aaron Espinoza Haro, in January, the commissioner said.
“The Answer” is an honest look at the athlete, coming to Showtime in May.
As the years pass by, it become clearer and clearer just how much of an impact Allen Iverson had on the NBA. From his dismissive attitude towards practice, to the NBA dress code, to the cross-pollination of the NBA and hip-hop, Iverson was as much of a cultural force off the court as he was on it.
And let’s not forget just how good he was on the court. Be sure to catch this on Showtime on May 16th, as it appears Iverson gives some pretty raw interviews about his entire journey from Virginia to Philadelphia to the national stage.
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President Barack Obama honored the Ohio State University football team for their national championship win, inviting the coaches and players to the White House Monday. (April 20)
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Be ready for the Series Premiere of BULLSEYE MAY 27 on FOX!
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A high school basketball star in Paterson, New Jersey was killed and at least three other people were wounded in a drive-by shooting this weekend. CBS2’s Valerie Castro reports.
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Wendy talks with her executive producer about her schedule after the show and tells us about her weekend.
The cast hilariously flubs their lines in this blooper! Don’t miss new episodes of Hot in Cleveland Wednesdays at 10/9c on TV Land.
CODE documentary director tells us about the women that were written out of history.
This week on the Marvel Minute, Lorraine Cink, brings you the freshest news from the Marvel Universe. Including New Star Wars comic book titles, Ultron taking over Disney XD, unlikely alliances on Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and new comics this week! ► Subscribe to Marvel: http://bit.ly/WeO3YJ
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FANTASTIC FOUR, a contemporary re-imagining of Marvel’s original and longest-running superhero team, centers on four young outsiders who teleport to an alternate and dangerous universe, which alters their physical form in shocking ways. Their lives irrevocably upended, the team must learn to harness their daunting new abilities and work together to save Earth from a former friend turned enemy.
The story of the first and only CIA contractor to be convicted in a torture-related case after an interrogation.
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PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) – Longtime Patriarca crime family associate Gerard Ouimette died over the weekend in federal prison, the Target 12 Investigators have learned.
Ouimette, 75, was at a federal prison in Butner, N.C. where he was serving a life sentence for under the federal “three-strikes-and-you’re-out” statute. Ouimette was the first criminal from New England to be prosecuted under the law by then-Rhode Island U.S. Attorney Sheldon Whitehouse.
Rhode Island State Police Colonel Steven O’Donnell confirmed the death, calling Ouimette “one of the most notorious villains Rhode Island has ever known.”
“He was a very violent career criminal that was closely aligned with the Patriarca family,” O’Donnell said. “He wasn’t a made member because he wasn’t Italian but in that world [Raymond] Patriarca used anyone who was ruthless, and that was Gerard Ouimette.”
Sources tell Target 12 Ouimette died of natural causes.
The two-time Grammy winner, rapper and actor stepped into the hip hop scene in the 1980s. At just 16 years old, he signed a deal with Def Jam Records and has sold more than 13 million albums worldwide throughout his career. LL Cool J joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss his role in the hit drama “NCIS: Los Angeles.”
Luke Bryan and Miranda Lambert big winners at the Academy of Country Music Awards; Bobby Brown tells concert goers that daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown is awake; Ben Affleck asks broadcaster to hide slave-owning ancestor. (April 20)
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Dispatcher Kirsten Ridder helped the Maryland children get to safety during a fire.
Orange Is The New Black’s Taylor Schilling joins TODAY to talk about starring with Jason Schwartzman and Adam Scott in “The Overnight.”
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CCTV footage taken of a Philadelphia subway station shows the dramatic rescue of a man who fell onto the tracks while waiting for a train. Wednesday April 15.
It is reported that Alfred McNamee sustained multiple broken bones when he fell from the platform, before being saved by 28 year old Charles Collins.
Collins, who only suffered minor injuries, can be seen jumping onto the tracks of the subway and working with other fast-thinking passengers to save McNamee before the train arrived.
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50 Cent offers some advice for young artists who want to break into the music industry, and it’s not what you’d expect.
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Militants of the Caucasus Emirate were neutralized during a counter-terror operation in Dagestan after they tried, but failed, to break out.
The leader of the Caucasus Emirate, a man named Aliashab Kebekov, was killed in the operation according to preliminary data from the National Antiterrorism Committee of Russia.
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Wiz Khalifa, DJ Drama, and the guys from Fall Out Boy (Pete Wentz, Patrick Stump, Andy Hurley, and Joseph Trohman) are excited to experience each other’s fans and sets while on tour together this summer.
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Get hyped. Mayweather vs. Pacquio – Saturday, May 2nd live on pay-per-view beginning at 9p ET/6p PT.
Boomer & Carton discuss Ohio State filling up their stadium with over 90,000 people
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Steven Seagal nearly ended Luke Rockhold’s fighting career earlier this year — when he executed his legendary “death touch” on the UFC fighter … who admits, “He put me on notice!!!”
Veteran Chargers tight end Antonio Gates takes his knowledge of the professional sports grind back to his Detroit home and into a second career as a boxing promoter.Subscribe to Sports Illustrated –
Want to know what it’s like to be a Playboy model? The Playboy Morning Show helps by creating their own video game!
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A stoner harnesses the power of technology in order to get baked on 4/20.
Pets of all types can transmit diseases to their owner, and many people aren’t aware of the risk, a new Ohio State University study found.
Dogs, cats, reptiles and amphibians, and other animals can harbor harmful bacteria and parasites. Seniors, children and people with weak immune systems are most susceptible, but there are precautions you can take. Teri Okita reports.
An Italian coast guard ship brought the bodies of 24 victims of what could be the Mediterranean’s deadliest migrant tragedy to Malta on Monday, according to the Maltese army. Mark Kelly reports.
April 20 — In the early 2000s, when Fourquare CEO and co-founder Dennis Crowley developed a text-based app for mobile phones to help him and his friends meet up at bars on New York’s Lower East Side, he had no idea that someday that service would reach more than 50 million users every month
With rumors of a purchase by Yahoo swirling, Crowley takes Bloomberg back to The Magician, the bar where the inspiration for Foursquare was born.
IBM reports earnings after the bell. Morningstar’s Peter Wahlstrom, previews what to watch for in the call, including a major headwind.
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As the trial of 69 members of the Greek neo-Nazi party Golden Dawn begins, hundreds of anti-racism demonstrators gather outside Korydallos prison, carrying banners including one declared “Smash fascism”, as rows of helmeted riot police stood watch
The Huffington Post’s Ryan Grim joins The Rundown to talk about the economy of the states that have legalized recreational use of marijuana, and which states may be next to pass legislation.
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‘Media Buzz’ host on 2016 candidates being quizzed on same-sex marriage stance
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Protesters are demanding answers on how Freddie Gray died in police custody. CNN’s Suzanne Malveaux reports.
Watch an all new CALL THE MIDWIFE at 8/7c, followed by MASTERPIECE’s “Mr. Selfridge” at 9/8c and “Wolf Hall” at 10/9c on PBS.
FNC’s Bill O’Reilly on the new series ‘Legends & Lies: Into the West.’
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NEW YORK (AP) — ESPN is expressing concern that new television packages being offered by Verizon do not comply with its existing agreements.
Verizon launched FiOS Custom TV on Sunday. The base package, which costs about $55, has more than 35 channels – such as AMC, CNN and Food Network – plus two additional themed channel packs. The offer does not include internet service.
It’ll be quite tragic seeing someone who is well-intentioned fall into this villainous role,” Cory Michael Smith tells THR. Plus watch an exclusive clip from Monday’s episode.
For all of Gotham’s first season to date, Edward Nigma hasn’t shown any signs of being the super villain that the city will one day know him as — but Cory Michael Smith says that’s all about to change.
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Downtown trainer Taryn Toomey’s 75-minute method—known simply as The Class—commands cultish levels of devotion from her loyal clients, including Christy Turlington Burns and Naomi Watts.
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It’s eight P.M. on one of those punishingly muggy, wet-shirt-stuck-to-back-of-neck southern California nights. But in the air-conditioned comfort of a movie theater smack-dab in the middle of moneyed, conservative Orange County, things are about to get much hotter.
There’s not a seat to be had for the evening’s big attraction: a preview screening of director Martin Scorsese’s first new gangster movie since Mean Streets 17 years earlier.
“Young Heart,” from the sessions for the musician’s upcoming album, premieres her
Vanessa Carlton is undergoing a creative rebirth. For her last album, 2011’s Rabbits on the Run, she had left the major-label system and started working with British producer Steve Osborne to devise a sound that’s a long way from her days banging her piano while making her way downtown.
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This actress created a new and improved definition of twerk, and it’s empowering to all women. Check it out!
A young girl who is going deaf is turning to a friendly pup for inspiration.
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James Oatway, a South African photojournalist, witnessed the killing of a Mozambican man. He tells the BBC’s Southern Africa Correspondent Karen Allen how he tried to save the man. Three men have been arrested in connection with the killing of a Mozambican national – Emmanuel Sithole
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