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Kate del Castillo breaks silence on El Chapo, calls out 'untruthful' stories

Juan Pablo Badillo, one of Guzman's lawyers, said his client was physically very weak and complained he was being exposed to " brutal psychological pressure ". Mexican authorities have said they will extradit him to the U.S. Perhaps, instead of wearing prints loud enough to be seen from outside his home state of Sinaloa, El Chapo should have paid closer attention to the branding around the confusing Barabas label.

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American Freed in Iran Prisoner Swap Feels 'Born Again'

Hekmati, Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian and pastor Saeed Abedini arrived late Sunday at Landstuhl for treatment. None is in US custody, and officials have determined that efforts to have them extradited will not succeed. His wife, Naghmeh, told the Idaho Statesman newspaper Monday that she will not be traveling to Germany and instead will meet him when he flies back to the U.S.

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Clinton receives endorsement from largest LGBT organization

HRC endorsed Barack Obama two days after news emerged that Clinton would end her 2008 Democratic presidential bid. While all three Democratic candidates (don't forget Martin O'Malley!) may share the same current position on every single LGBT issue, recall that Clinton recently put out a lengthy, detailed agenda calling for the passage of all sorts of new laws and regulations; pretty much everything the HRC wants she is willing to push for.

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Korea's Kim vows more n-bombs, defends nuke test

Top negotiators from South Korea , Japan and the United States will meet Wednesday in Seoul to discuss North Korea's nuclear test last week. The two Koreas have remained in a Cold War-style standoff since the nuclear test on Wednesday.

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Clinton Regrets Going Easy On Sanders, Associates Say

By contrast, Hillary Clinton has been stressing her electability and questioning the costs of Sanders' ideas. In fact, when paired with other crucial figures and history, some believe that a Bernie Sanders presidency is, in fact, inevitable .

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'Like Being Born Again': American Describes Being Freed From Iranian Prison

Hekmati's family released a photo Monday showing him with two sisters and a brother-in-law, along with U.S. Rep. Dan Kildee, D-Michigan. Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian met with senior editors from the newspaper at the German hospital where he is recovering before going back to the U.S.