6 Men Hanged From Bridge in Mexico Amid Bloody Turf War Between Rival Mexican Drug Cartels

6 Men Hanged From Bridge in Mexico Amid Bloody Turf War Between Rival Mexican Drug Cartels

As Mexican drug cartels continue to fight over lucrative drug trafficking routes, six bodies were discovered hanging off a bridge in Zacatecas, Mexico.
Using facts to mislead people isn't new for Trump.

Was President Trump Wrong To Call Mexico "Second Deadliest Country" Behind Syria?

He's not right, but he's not entirely wrong either.
Policía Nacional de Colombia

Colombia: 3 Dead And 9 Injured After Bomb Explodes In Bogotá

Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos said "We won't let terrorism frighten us".
Gwyneth Paltrow

Gwyneth Paltrow Claims Internet Hate Is Like Being at War

Gwyneth Paltrow has been criticized following a comment she made in which she compared Internet hate to being at war.
J.R. Martinez

U.S. Army Vet & Dancing with the Stars Winner J.R. Martinez on Undocumented Latinos in the Military: 'Give Them the Freedoms They Fought For!'

Many TV viewers remember J.R. Martinez as the Dancing with the Stars Season 13 champ and Iraq War vet who wowed the audience with not only his rhythm and killer moves, but with his incredible story of survival and recovery after a roadside bomb hit the tire of his Humvee, leaving 34 percent of his body burned. But nowadays, Martinez, who is of Savadoran decent, is dancing to a different beat. Recently, Martinez spoke to Latin Post about his feelings on undocumented Latinos who serve in the U.S. Military, and those in the U.S who come here in search of a better life.
J.R. Martinez

U.S. Army Vet & Dancing with the Stars Winner J.R. Martinez on Undocumented Latinos in the Military: 'Give Them the Freedoms They Fought For!'

Many TV viewers remember J.R. Martinez as the Dancing with the Stars Season 13 champ and Iraq War vet who wowed the audience with not only his rhythm and killer moves, but with his incredible story of survival and recovery after a roadside bomb hit the tire of his Humvee, leaving 34 percent of his body burned. But nowadays, Martinez, who is of Savadoran decent, is dancing to a different beat. Recently, Martinez spoke to Latin Post about his feelings on undocumented Latinos who serve in the U.S. Military, and those in the U.S who come here in search of a better life.
J.R. Martinez

U.S. Army Vet & Dancing with the Stars Winner J.R. Martinez on Undocumented Latinos in the Military: 'Give Them the Freedoms They Fought For!'

Many TV viewers remember J.R. Martinez as the Dancing with the Stars Season 13 champ and Iraq War vet who wowed the audience with not only his rhythm and killer moves, but with his incredible story of survival and recovery after a roadside bomb hit the tire of his Humvee, leaving 34 percent of his body burned. But nowadays, Martinez, who is of Savadoran decent, is dancing to a different beat. Recently, Martinez spoke to Latin Post about his feelings on undocumented Latinos who serve in the U.S. Military, and those in the U.S who come here in search of a better life.
J.R. Martinez

U.S. Army Vet & Dancing with the Stars Winner J.R. Martinez on Undocumented Latinos in the Military: 'Give Them the Freedoms They Fought For!'

Many TV viewers remember J.R. Martinez as the Dancing with the Stars Season 13 champ and Iraq War vet who wowed the audience with not only his rhythm and killer moves, but with his incredible story of survival and recovery after a roadside bomb hit the tire of his Humvee, leaving 34 percent of his body burned. But nowadays, Martinez, who is of Savadoran decent, is dancing to a different beat. Recently, Martinez spoke to Latin Post about his feelings on undocumented Latinos who serve in the U.S. Military, and those in the U.S who come here in search of a better life.
call of duty

Battlefield 4 vs. Call of Duty Ghosts: New Improvements, Add-Ons Coming Soon

Improvements and patches could be on the way for the Call of Duty: Ghosts video game.
Cigarretes

Bloomberg's New Law: Purchase of Cigarettes 21 and Over Only

Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg has just passed a brand new law changing the legal age for buying tobacco products from 18 to 21. The law will be affective six months from now, when the city of New York will then have the "strictest limits on tobacco purchases" says the New York Times.
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