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Marc Anthony Plans New Album in English
The Puerto Rican "Vivir Mi Vida" star announced a English-language album is in the works.
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Children Protest Deportations In Front of White House
The children traveled from New Orleans and Massachusetts and asked for a stop to deportations.
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Netflix Announces Original Series in Spanish
The company announced a 13-episode series filmed in Mexico about a family in the world of futbol or professional soccer.
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Stuck With Spanglish? No Problemo, Scholars Say
A group is calling out Spain's influential language academy for calling Spanglish a 'deformation' of the language.
American Held in Cuba: I'll Be Home 'Dead or Alive'
The USAID subcontractor's lawyer tells Andrea Mitchell that he can't endure another year in lockup and begs President Obama to get involved.
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Cuban First: Outfielder Inks 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.
Jessica Hill / AP
'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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