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Watch Live as Georgia Governor Signs Controversial Gun Bill
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Cuban Star First to Ink Deal Without Defecting
Cuban outfielder Frederich Cepeda has signed the first million dollar baseball contract with a foreign team - without defecting.
Paul Sakuma / AP file
Affirmative Action Sparks California Debate
A proposal to reinstate affirmative action as a factor in California college admissions has caused a rift among Asian, Latino and black lawmakers.
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Dancer's Death Sparks Violent Protests in Rio
The death of a professional dancer led to violent protests with police in a slum in Rio de Janeiro on Tuesday.
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'We Cannot Wish Away Racial Inequality'
Justice Sonia Sotomayor defends affirmative action as a factor in college admissions, after Supreme Court majority upholds Michigan ban on its use.
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Helping Vets, One Community At a Time
How local business leaders came together to mentor veterans seeking careers after the military.
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Cuban-American Leaders Helped With 'Cuban Twitter'
Leaders with a Cuban-American non-profit provided helped the government's secret "Cuban Twitter" program, according to the Associated Press.
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Kicking Back: Beachgoers Relax in Rio
Brazilians play altinha, a spinoff of soccer played on the beach, as others gather on Ipanema Beach in a low-lying mist in Rio de Janeiro.
Who Gets Relief From Deportations?
A former immigration official says he had suggested non-criminal immigrants be taken off the deportation priority list.
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Increasing Latinas in Science the DIY Way
Erika L. SÃ¡nchez
Getting more Hispanic women in science needs to start early. One Latina techie went back to her old neighborhood to make it happen.
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