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On Sunday, the Pima County Democratic Party in Arizona attacked GOP Senate candidate Blake Masters, saying “There is no border crisis” after Masters had pointed out the porous nature of the border wall by showing where it simply stopped, allowing drug cartels to monitor the border.
On Sunday, the Pima County Democratic Party in Arizona attacked GOP Senate candidate Blake Masters, saying “There is no border crisis” after Masters had pointed out the porous nature of the border wall by showing where it simply stopped, allowing drug cartels to monitor the border.
 
Over a hundred inmates at a prison in Ecuador were killed after several days of brawling between rival Mexican criminal gangs fighting to control drug smuggling routes in the region.
Over a hundred inmates at a prison in Ecuador were killed after several days of brawling between rival Mexican criminal gangs fighting to control drug smuggling routes in the region.
 
Anna Giaritelli of the Washington Examiner reports on cooperation among two dangerous groups.
Anna Giaritelli of the Washington Examiner reports on cooperation among two dangerous groups.
 
On Tuesday, President Trump urged Mexico to “wage war” on drug cartels after the massacre of at least nine American citizens — three women and six of their children from a Mormon family — in the Mexican state of Sonora.
On Tuesday, President Trump urged Mexico to “wage war” on drug cartels after the massacre of at least nine American citizens — three women and six of their children from a Mormon family — in the Mexican state of Sonora.
 
Gov. Roy Cooper is determined to break the Republican supermajority in the General Assembly, and he's trying to raise as much money as possible to do it
Gov. Roy Cooper is determined to break the Republican supermajority in the General Assembly, and he's trying to raise as much money as possible to do it
 
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