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El Chapo, the fashionista?

The convicted drug lord and his wife have stylish future plans, including a clothing line

Woodstock ‘69 artifacts showcased in museum 50 years later

The exhibit includes instruments, clothing, equipment, art and photography

Trump issues new permit for stalled Keystone XL pipeline

The permit issued Friday replaces one granted in March 2017

Florida man believed he was ‘half-man, half-dog’: doctor

Police say the found him biting the faces of a man he allegedly killed

At memorial, mosque shooting survivor says he forgives attacker

Farid Ahmed, whose wife was killed in the Christchurch shooting, said he forgave the shooter

Parents headed to court in college admissions cheating scam

Actresses Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin are charged in the case

Pope demands sex abuse claims be reported in Vatican City

The Vatican’s ambassadors have figured in some of the most scandalous cases of sex abuse in recent years

Democrats intensify demand for Robert Mueller’s full report

Attorney General William Barr said he plans to redact the report before giving it to Congress

Tourist taking photos dies in fall at Grand Canyon

Two people have died at the popular tourist spot in separate incidents

Woman details alleged 2003 abuse by R. Kelly in TV interview

She claims he tried to force her to perform oral sex during a hairstyling appointment

Trump lashes out at Central America, Mexico on border

Arrests along the Mexican border jumped to 66,450 in February, up 149 per cent from a year earlier

U.S. motorist hit in face by frozen turkey dies years later at 59

A teenager had thrown in through her car windshield

Record 1,100 dolphins wash up on French shores this year

Activists say a common practice is for fishermen to cut body parts off the suffocated dolphins

Democrats want a faster release of Mueller’s Russia report

So far only Attorney General William Barr’s four page summary has been released

Smollett saga shook public trust, heightened racial tensions

Jussie Smollett had reported a late-night attack by assailants shouting racial and anti-gay slurs

US begins organ transplants from living donors who have HIV

The move could free up space on the transplant list

Detained Saudi women’s rights activists expected in court

The women, who’ve been detained for 10 months, were expected to appear at Riyadh’s criminal court Wednesday

German heiress hoax scores woman celebrity treatment, and charges

Anna Sorokin faces a number of charges in New York

Apple vs. Netflix: Why turf wars are flaring in big tech

Apple is taking on Netflix. Facebook is edging into Amazon’s sphere with its e-commerce plan. And that’s not all.