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Cheap Plastic Surgery Trips End in Infections
Quick getaways to the Dominican Republic for cheap plastic surgery and a little beach time ended badly for 19 U.S. women, health officials report.
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Rubio Focuses on Foreign Policy at CPAC
Florida senator warns that "Putin is trying to reconstitute the power and influence of the former Soviet Union."
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Obama Implores Latinos to Get Covered
President Barack Obama Participates in a Town Hall Directed at Latinos to Improve Hispanic Enrollment in Obamacare.
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'Deporter-in-Chief'? Obama Faces Immigration Backlash
Latinos are tagging the president with the deporter-in-chief label to what outcome?
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A Night in the Life of a Venezuelan Rioter
Alasdair Baverstock, GlobalPost Contributor
For more than three weeks, government haters have faced off with security forces in Venezuela. Here's what it's like.
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Popular Pope Has Catholics Praying More, Poll Finds
A Pew survey found the pontiff is super-popular and may be having a "Francis Effect" on American Catholics.
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One Year Later: Venezuela Rages On Without Chavez
One year after the death of President Hugo Chavez, Venezuelans are facing rapid inflation, violent protests and a crisis of confidence in the government. Now This News looks at life in the South American nation.
Latina Theater Troupe Makes Art of Identity
Erika L. SÃ¡nchez
"People were coming out saying 'I've never seen my story told on stage.'"
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