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Donald Trump Believes Latinos Will Help Get Him Elected: 'They Love Me'
Donald Trump Believes Latinos Will Help Get Him Elected: 'They Love Me'

Donald Trump has claimed, several times, that Hispanics love him.

Now, in Scotland — where he is attending the Women’s British Open at his Turnberry resort — the business mogul and GOP presidential candidate went even further, saying that Hispanic voters will help him nail down his party’s nomination.


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Radio host Colin Cowherd: 'Dominicans play baseball, how complex can it be?'
Radio host Colin Cowherd: 'Dominicans play baseball, how complex can it be?'

ESPN radio host Colin Cowherd is drawing the ire of Dominican ballplayers and the Hispanic community after he suggested Major League Baseball is not "too complex" or a "thinking-man's game" because many of the players come from the Dominican Republic.


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Could Jennifer Lopez & Ben Affleck Be Getting Back Together?
Could Jennifer Lopez & Ben Affleck Be Getting Back Together?

Jennifer Lopez’s former publicist suggested he wouldn’t be surprised if the superstar ended up in the arms of former flame Ben Affleck.

Rob Shuter, who represented J.Lo during her breakup with Affleck and now is host of VH1’s “The Gossip Table,” told New York magazine that Lopez has a long history of going back to her exes.


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Fergie Speaks Proudly of Her Mexican Roots and Fellow Mexicana She Idolizes
Fergie Speaks Proudly of Her Mexican Roots and Fellow Mexicana She Idolizes

She is proud of her Mexican roots, and one of her beauty idols was Selena Quintanilla, the so-called “Queen of Tejano” whose star was rising when she was killed in 1995 by the founder of her fan club.


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Venezuela's Financial Crisis Causing Youth to Flee in Epoch-Making Numbers
Venezuela's Financial Crisis Causing Youth to Flee in Epoch-Making Numbers

If you are between 15 and 29 years old and you live in Venezuela, there’s a one in four chance you are planning to leave the country and put down roots somewhere else.

The acute financial crisis in the South American country is hitting particularly hard on the young, some of whom, having had grown up under the 16-year-old Chavista regime, still have hopes of starting a family in a society where they can at least dream of prosperity.


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Zara Facing $40 Million Lawsuit for Allegedly Favoring Spanish Employees
Zara Facing $40 Million Lawsuit for Allegedly Favoring Spanish Employees

A new lawsuit filed in the U.S. alleges that the world's second richest man, Zara's founder Amancio Ortega, is also one of the most racist.

Court papers filed by a former lawyer for the Spanish retailer describe Ortega as a homophobic and xenophobic bigot who fosters an atmosphere at his global clothing giant in which offensive emails and prejudiced firings are the norms.


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American Fallen Soldiers Project Pays Homage to Latino Hero
American Fallen Soldiers Project Pays Homage to Latino Hero

When Maria Jimenez wakes up in the morning, one of the first things she sees is a painted portrait of her late son, Staff Sgt. Alex Jimenez.

She notices his eyes — how alive they seem — and his nose, which was something his brothers would always make fun of. In moments like this, Maria Jimenez feels like her son is still with her.

“It’s emotional when I see him," she told Fox News Latino. "It's just like if he was still alive.”


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Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez Enters the 2016 Senate Race
Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez Enters the 2016 Senate Race

Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez announced Thursday that she will be running for the California’s U.S. Senate seat being vacated at the end of the year by Barbara Boxer.

“I am running for the Senate because I am passionate about California and I believe we need a strong and experienced legislator in the Senate,” said Sanchez, a Democrat, amid a group of supporters at the kickoff of her campaign in Santa Ana, Orange County.


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Robert Downey, Jr. Says His Comments About Iñarritu Were "Complimentary" Not Racist
Robert Downey Jr. Says His Comments About Iñarritu Were Not Racist

Robert Downey Jr. has been called many things throughout his career but “racist” is a first, following his remarks about Mexican director Alejandro Gonzalez Iñarritu.

In a video interview with The Guardian last week, Downey Jr. was asked about Iñarritu’s comments in which he likened superhero movies to a “cultural genocide.”


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A U.S. Woman Dies After Getting Plastic Surgery in the Dominican Republic
A U.S. Woman Died After Getting Plastic Surgery in the Dominican Republic

Dominican authorities have shut down a plastic surgery clinic as they investigate the death of a U.S. woman who traveled to the Caribbean country to undergo a liposuction procedure, officials said Sunday.

The prosecutor's office in Santo Domingo said the 23-year-old woman traveled to the Dominican Republic two days before her April 23 procedure but did not disclose where she was from in the U.S.


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