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'More will die': Mexico drug wars claim US lives

While U.S. officials have long been concerned about the mindless violence bred by Mexico’s bloody and brutal drug wars, they have a new reason to worry: Americans are increasingly getting caught in the deadly crossfire. Full story

Texas pays tribute to Easter Bonnie and Clyde victims

In the movies, Bonnie and Clyde are heroes. Full story

SC panel nixes wire fee from immigration bill

South Carolina legislators' attempt to tax money that illegal immigrants send back home was removed Thursday from an immigration bill, after opponents said the fee on out-of-country wire transfers would hurt businesses, foreign students and military families. Full story

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U.S. drones enter Mexico to scout for drug gangs

Feds target websites selling counterfeit goods

Second wife warned U.S. of Mumbai plotter

ATF targets gun dealers to stem cartel arms trade

TSA tightens rules on no-fly list notification

Sources: Bomb suspect attended terror camp

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  ‘The Prince,’ a notorious international outlaw

According to authorities, Monzer Al Kassar is one of the most notorious international outlaws of the past 25 years, accused of crimes that threatened Americans, and the world. He was as slippery as they come, until he slipped up. NBC’s Chris Hansen reports.

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Colton Harris-Moore arrives barefoot, handcuffed and shackled as he is escorted by police to Nassau, Bahamas, Sunday July 11, 2010. Harris-Moore was arrested before dawn in northern Eleuthera island, according to police. Island police had been searching for the fugitive since he allegedly crash-land