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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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NYC Councilwoman Melissa Mark-Viverito Calls Out Curtis Sliwa for Sexist Remark
NYC Councilwoman Melissa Mark-Viverito Calls Out Curtis Sliwa for Sexist Remark

New York City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito was none too pleased when the Guardian Angels founder and local TV personality, Curtis Sliwa, said he was her “papi” during a recent TV appearance.

During his weekly appearance on NY1's “Inside City Hall” with Errol Louis, Sliwa ripped into the city council’s proposal to decriminalize minor offenses, including public urination.


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Hillary Clinton Faces Criticism Over Her Portrayl of Family's Immigrant History
Hillary Clinton Faces Criticism Over Her Portrayal of Family's Immigrant History

Just days into her presidential campaign, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is being criticized for her portrayal of her family’s immigrant history.


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'Fifty Shades of Grey' Director Quits Films After Butting Heads With E.L. James
'Fifty Shades of Grey' Director Quits Films After Butting Heads With E.L. James

The director of the film adaptation of Fifty Shades of Grey is stepping away from the sequel after creative clashes with the book's author.

British director Sam Taylor-Johnson announced her departure from the series in a statement posted by Deadline on Wednesday.


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Families Of Missing Mexican Students Are Reaching Out To Amnesty International For Help
Families of Missing Mexican Students Reach Out To Amnesty International For Help

Felipe de la Cruz, the father of one of the survivors of an attack on a group of education students in southern Mexico last year, made a presentation on the case this weekend to the U.S. brand of Amnesty International.

The students' families consider it essential that the human rights organization "know the facts" so it can make recommendations that will help the victims' cause, De La Cruz told EFE. 


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Mexican Actress Magda Guzman Dead at 83
Mexican Actress Magda Guzman Dead at 83

Film actress Magda Guzmán, who became famous during Mexico's "Golden Age," has died at age 83.

According to Televisa’s “Primero Noticias” reported the actress, born María Magdalena Guzmán Garza, died from a heart attack.

Her granddaughter, Magda Karina, confirmed the news of her passing on Twitter.


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Juror Saves Jodi Arias From Facing Death Penalty
Juror Saves Jodi Arias From Facing Death Penalty

It took just one juror to spare the life of convicted murderer Jodi Arias on Thursday — and the woman had to survive an attempt by her colleagues to boot her from the jury before she could do it.


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University of Texas Pays $2.2 Million for Gabriel Garcia Marquez's Personal Archive
University of Texas Pays $2.2 Million for Gabriel Garcia Marquez's Personal Archive

The University of Texas has paid $2.2 million for the personal archive of Nobel laureate Gabriel García Márquez, which documents his life and work of the world-acclaimed Colombian author.

The acquisition was announced in November but the school had sought to keep the price secret until ordered to make it public by the state attorney general's office.


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