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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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Supreme Court Says Texas Can Use Voter ID Law
The Supreme Court is allowing Texas to use its controversial new voter identification law for the November election.
These Successful Latinos Help Immigrants Get Ahead
Alexandra Campbell Howe
In one of the most affluent regions of the country, Latinos who have reached the American Dream are helping working and immigrant families get ahead.
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Another Try Made to Stop Texas Voter ID
Plaintiffs are asking the U.S. Supreme Court to stop Texas' Voter ID Law after it was reinstated, saying it makes it harder for Latinos, blacks to vote.
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Military Vet's New Target: Child Sexual Predators
A Latino Army veteran has trained to use his sense of mission and skills to investigate the sexual exploitation of children.
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These Latinos Are Funding Affordable Housing
Latinos in non-profit community lending are financing groups creating more affordable housing who are not getting funding from commercial banks.
Cafecito: Zoe Saldana Talks 'Book Of Life' And More
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Elizabeth Pena: A Latina "It Girl"
It's easy to see how well loved Elizabeth Peña was judging from the genuine reactions to her untimely death at 55.
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Latino Vote Matters, but Only in Some Places
The impact Latinos can have on deciding election outcomes is limited by population size in states with competitive races.
Latinos Non-Profit Lenders
MIAMI, FL -- -In recent years, housing rentals in cities like Miami, Florida have become increasingly unaffordable and scarce.
Cafecito: Zoe Saldana Puts Brains Before Beauty
The proud Dominicana-Puertorriquena actress and expectant mother of twins opens up about her new animated film, "The Book of Life," and why she believes it’s important for women to focus on intelligence rather than looks.
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First Latino Lawmaker Leads California Senate
Sen. Kevin de Leon, a Democrat, is taking over as head the California Senate, the first Latino in the job in more than a century.
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Venezuela Certain to Join U.N. Security Council
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Venezuela's election to the U.N. Security Council will complicate U.S. foreign policy.
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'La Bamba' Actress Elizabeth Pena Dies at 55
"La Bamba" and "Lone Star" actress Elizabeth Pena has died. She was 55.
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Poll: Latino Indecision Big in North Carolina
A Latinos Decisions poll shows many Latinos have yet to support a candidate in the North Carolina Senate race.
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5 Facts On Low-Income Latino Families-New Report
A majority of Latino kids live in low-income families. Here are some facts, including household differences based on U.S. or foreign-born parents.
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Young and 'Eligible': Hispanics by the Numbers
We close Hispanic Heritage Month with our latest Infographic showing the demographic and political growth of U.S. Latinos.
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The Nazi Statue Giving Uruguay A Headache
Simeon Tegel, GlobalPost
Should a giant bronze eagle and swastika salvaged by an Uruguayan businessman be put on public display?
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