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U.S. appetite for drugs begets violence migrants are fleeing
Topic - Zein Isa
A Missouri woman died in prison Wednesday while serving a life sentence for the 1989 slaying of her teenage daughter in a crime that was chillingly captured on an FBI surveillance tape and apparently prompted by the girl's resistance to the family's Islamic traditions.
While the Tucson, Ariz., shootings captured headlines and attention all across America from the moment they took place, another Arizona killing that should be in the news is not. Its absence is notable not only because of the nature of the crime but because the lack of coverage it has received demonstrates a part of the political rift and rage around the country as much as Tucson shooting suspect Jared Laughton did.