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The Real Reason We Celebrate Cinco de Mayo
Just what is Cinco de Mayo? For starters, it is not, as some revelers think, Mexico's equivalent of our Fourth of July.
Latino Victory Foundation Celebrates Milestone
Jessica Montoya Coggins
WASHINGTON, DC -- Before a packed crowd at The Hamilton in Washington D.C.
Boom! Costa Rican Volcano Throws Ash a Mile High
Timelapse video from observatories showed latest eruption at Turrialba, 20 miles from the Costa Rican capital. Most ash is expected to fall in the Pacific.
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Love Tequila? Bet You Haven't Had 'Real' Thing, Author Says
Raul A. Reyes
Cinco de Mayo is not only about margaritas and Mexican food, but the truth is many of us will consume great quantities of both on that day.
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CDC: 1st Natl Study On Latino Health Risks, Deaths
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How Airbnb Cracked the Cuban Market
It took the company about three months to launch in Cuba because doing business there required a lot of due diligence.
Brazilian Soccer Fans Riot After State Championship Finals
Police fired stun grenades, smoke bombs inside the stadium as victorious Fortaleza fans stormed the pitch to celebrate and then attacked rivals.
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Bush, Rubio Score Top Marks Among GOP Voters
Both get high marks from GOP primary voters.
Obama: Black, Latino Young Men Focus Of New National Group
In a passionate speech, President Obama said the future of our nation depends on
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Immigrants from China, India Outpace Mexico
A new review of 2013 immigration data shows that China replaced Mexico as the top country of origin for immigrants to the United States.
Music Frees El Salvador's Children From Country's Violence
WASHINGTON -- Josué Ulises Mercadillo is a 21-year-old double bass player.
Salma Hayek's 'The Prophet': 'Things That Bind Us'
The actress joins TODAY to talk about producing her new animated film "The Prophet," which she says combines philosophy and poetry, and unites all religions.
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Brazilians Celebrate Their Confederate Roots
The Festa Confederada celebrates the history of the roughly 10,000 Confederates who migrated to Brazil after their side lost the war.
May Day: Latinos Rally About Police, Workers, Immigration
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Op-Ed: To Move Forward, We Need To Heal Racial Wounds
La June Montgomery Tabron
Asheville, NC - America must heal the racial wounds of its past to secure a just future for children of all races, ethnicities and religions.
Cuba Celebrates May Day, Asks For End To U.S. Embargo
As Cuba celebrates May Day, government officials asked for an end to the U.S. embargo to continue improving U.S.-Cuba relations.
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Mexico's Drug Wars' Toll On Innocent Families
Numbers alone cannot capture their brutality.
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Can Cuba Resurrect a Stock Market Killed in 1959?
Once upon a time, Cuba had a stock market. Could it again?
'It Really Did Mark My Life': JLo On Selena's Inspiring Role
Our "Viva TODAY" series puts the spotlight on Jennifer Lopez, who sits down with Natalie Morales to pay tribute to Selena, the late Queen of Tejano music. J.Lo explains how Selena inspired her.
Texas: Mexican American Studies Day Is May 1st
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Two Dead as Havana Hit With Heavy Rain, Flooding
Torrential rains Cuba's capital on Wednesday, flooding streets, stranding cars and killing two.
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A pregnant Nebraska women who became brain dead after suffering a hemorrhage was kept alive in coma for eight weeks so doctors could deliver her baby.
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Cops Check If Body in Suitcase Is Missing Utah Woman
M. Alex Johnson
Authorities said it's too early to know whether a body found in a suitcase along a Utah highway is that of missing Provo woman Elena Salgado.
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