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New Mexico: Historic Role For Sculptor's House
Officials seek a historic designation for the home and studios of the late Luis Jimenez, whose massive sculptures are found in U.S. museums, airports and more.
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Mexico Sees Its Biggest Protests In Years
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The disappearance of 43 students has unleashed anger among Mexicans fed up with crime and corruption.
Filmmaker Puts Spotlight On Domestic Violence
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Poll: Immigrants Again Seen As Economic Asset
The border crisis has subsided and along with it views of immigrants as an economic burden.
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Mayor and Wife Eyed in 43 Mexico Disappearances
A mayor and his wife were "probable masterminds" behind the disappearance of 43 student teachers in the southwest, Mexico's attorney general said.
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Mexico: Mayor Linked To Deadly Attack, Missing Students
Mexican authorities gave details of how the Mayor of Iguala gave orders to the deadly Guerreros Unidos gang to detain the students who have been missing.
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Military Research Teaching This Cop People Skills
Mike Suniga, a patrolman in Airway Heights, Washington, joined a military project to improve the way soldiers and cops talk to strangers.
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Elizabeth Pena Died From Complications of Alcohol Abuse
"La Bamba" actress Elizabeth Peña died on Oct. 14 of complications from alcohol abuse, including cirrhosis of the liver and gastrointestinal bleeding.
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Dominican Republic Mourns Oscar de la Renta
Flags were at half staff as the Dominican Republic declared a national day of mourning for its most world-renowned native son Oscar de la Renta.
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Underdog Story? Paraguay Soccer Team Chases Wildest Dreams
When Deportivo Capiata, a soccer club formed in an Asuncion suburb, beat legendary Boca at famed La Bombonera stadium, it was a shocker for the ages.
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Cuba Sends More Doctors To Fight Ebola
Cuba is sending over 90 more doctors and nurses to the team of 165 it already has in Africa, garnering praise from the U.S. and others for its efforts.
His Hilarious, Poignant, Cuban-American Childhood
Richard Blanco talks to NBC about his new memoir, The Prince Of Los Cocuyos, a loving, funny and heartbreaking portrait of his Cuban-American childhood.
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Aside From 43 Students, Thousands Missing In Mexico
The search for 43 college students who have not been found after an attack by police highlights the plight of more than 22,000 people missing in Mexico.
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First Ladies, Red Carpets: Oscar de la Renta's Iconic Looks
Fashion legend Oscar de la Renta, whose iconic creations were worn by first ladies and A-list celebrities alike, died on Monday.
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Four More Latinos Could Be in U.S. House
Latinos stand to gain ground in the U.S. House and in state offices.
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Dominican Republic Issues Ebola Travel Ban
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Feds Ready For Immigration Action
The new head of Citizenship and Immigration Services says his agency is preparing for whatever executive action the president takes on immigration.
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'I Was Robbed': Class Action Suit Goes After Pro Baseball
Witer Jimenez is the only foreign-born Latino to sign on to a historic lawsuit that accuses Major League Baseball of mistreating players like him.
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'King of the Evening': Celebs Mourn Oscar de la Renta
The Internet is filled with posts about the designer’s death. Celebrities recall some of the beautiful designs he personally created for them.
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Legendary Fashion Designer Oscar de la Renta Dies at 82
Legendary fashion designer Oscar de la Renta, who most recently designed Amal Clooney's wedding dress, has died. He was 82.
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In-Person Voter Fraud a 'Phantom Problem': Labor Sec.
Labor Secretary Tom Perez, considered a potential successor to Attorney General Eric Holder, who is stepping down, said voter fraud is not an issue.
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Score! The Homeless World Cup Turns Lives Around
About eight in ten of the homeless participants from 49 countries change their lives as a result of their participation in these soccer games.
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Federal Police Take Over 13 Mexican Towns
Local police in these municipalities are suspected of organized crime links as well as a connection to the 43 missing students.
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Esai Morales: Elizabeth Pena 'Did Not Compromise'
Reflecting on friend and co-star Elizabeth Peña, an emotional Esai Morales tells NBC the late actress stood out for her dignity as a Latina actress.
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