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Nearly four tons of pot buried in jalapeños seized in San Diego

The seizure came days after an even larger shipment of marijuana was found at the same border facility.

N.J. doctor falls to his death taking picture on hike in Ibiza with fiancée

Reports say Dr. Daniel Sirovich, 33, fell over 80 feet to his death on a hike in the popular vacation island off Spain.

Flooded out, farmers find work rebuilding the levees that failed them

“We keep tightening our belts, but we’re running out of holes,” one farmer said.

Actress Kate del Castillo talks her passion project and El Chapo ordeal

Actress Kate del Castillo is one of America’s biggest stars thanks to her telenovela “La Reina del Sur.” Now she’s starring in an off-Broadway play that sheds light on violence against women in Juarez, Mexico. She recently spoke to our José Díaz-Balart about the hardest time in her life -- when the Mexican government singled her out following the capture of drug kingpin El Chapo.

Surfing, skating and freedom: Non-profit helps athletes with disabilities find new thrills

Life Rolls On is a non-profit devoted to helping people living with disabilities experience the thrill of surfing and skating — giving them a new sense of freedom and confidence. Jesse Billauer founded the organization to share his love for both skating and the ocean after he was paralyzed in a surfing accident.