Mexico City - The leader of Los Zetas, the most violent gang in Mexico, is finally captured by authorities. Martin Estrada Luna, the drug kingpin known as El Kilo, is believed to have played a role in the massacre of 145 people. Police discovered the bodies in mass graves in northeastern Mexico earlier this month. Many of the victims were kidnapped from buses bound for the U.S. border. At their final destination, a bus depot in Matamoros, 400 suitcases were delivered, never to be claimed by their owners.
'Let me finish my answers next time we do an interview.'
President Barack Obama to a Dallas TV-station news anchor.
News Bites - What's the last best thing you've read?
Kelly Rutherford: "I was just rereading this book called Creative Visualization by Shakti Gawain. That's a really wonderful book."
Bob Balaban: "At Home by Bill Bryson. It's fantastic. He does these deep, deep investigations of things that are sitting right in front of you."
Kristen Wiig: "Clown Girl by Monica Drake. She's an amazing writer, and she's created this incredible world."
Rob Lowe releases memoir.
Fed chair Ben Bernanke holds his first-ever press briefing.
Steve Carell's final appearance on The Office.
President Obama attends space-shuttle launch.
Prince William and Kate Middleton get hitched.
White House Correspondents' dinner.