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El Chapo mistress describes "naked" drug lord's escape"He took off running. He left us behind," Lucero Guadalupe Sanchez Lopez said Thursday in Joaquin Guzman's drug trafficking trial
El Chapo trial shows why a wall won't stop drugs at borderWith witness accounts of violence, corruption, and entrepreneurial innovation, the trial is a telenovela-style explainer on why a wall is unlikely to stop​ the lucrative U.S.-Mexico drug trade
Thousands more migrant children may have been separatedWatchdog report "reaffirms that the government never had a clear picture of how many children it ripped from their parents," ACLU says
Thousands more migrant kids may have been separated from familiesA report by government inspectors finds a lot more migrant children were separated from their families at the border than the Trump administration initially said. It's unknown how many families have been impacted. Jeff Pegues reports.
ISIS sleeper cells increase attacks away from the battlefield in SyriaU.S. intelligence confirmed ISIS was responsible for an attack in Syria that left four Americans and more than a dozen others dead. The bombing has underlined how ISIS remains a lethal force with widspread reach. Charlie D'Agata reports from northern Syria.
Giuliani says Trump campaign aides may have coordinated with RussiaPresident Trump's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani said it's possible campaign aides may have coordinated with Russia in the 2016 campaign. But he said the president did not personally collude with Russia. Paula Reid reports.