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Nicolas Maduro Claims U.S. Behind Plot to Bomb Venezuela's Presidential Palace
Nicolas Maduro Claims U.S. Behind Plot to Bomb Venezuela's Presidential Palace

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro ordered the arrest of 11 members of the country’s Air Force, including a general, and a group of civilians for allegedly plotting a coup against his government.

Once again, he accused the U.S. of being directly involved in a failed attempt to assassinate him, saying some of the military involved had been granted visas as recently as Feb. 3.


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Venezuelan Man Chops Off Nose to Look Like Marvel Villain Red Skull
Venezuelan Man Chops Off Nose to Look Like Marvel Villain Red Skull

As if Venezuela didn't have enough problems already, the nefarious Marvel Comics Supervillain Red Skull has been seen roaming the streets of the country's capital, Caracas. Too bad Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro has too much animosity to call the U.S. to send down Captain America to fight his arch-nemesis.

Venezuela isn't actually dealing with a genocidal, Nazi madman. Henry Damon, 37, has undergone a series of surgeries and tattoo jobs to make him look like the comic bad guy Red Skull.


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Can Tom Brady Beat the Gisele Curse at the Super Bowl?
Can Tom Brady Beat the Gisele Curse at the Super Bowl?

Call it the Brazilian flu.

New England’s Tom Brady showed up at the Super Bowl’s media day in Phoenix, Arizona, nursing a cold.

"I've had it for four or five days," he told reporters. "My kids got sick, and then my wife's pretty sick right now, so I brought it, unfortunately, to Phoenix.”


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It's Official: Rosie Perez is Returning to 'The View' Next Month
It's Official: Rosie Perez is Returning to 'The View' Next Month

Rosie Perez’s absence from the Hot Topics table on The View this past month caused much speculation that the actress-turned-TV host was not returning.

But a new statement from the network is putting to rest all reports that the Nuyorican had been fired.


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 Spanish-Speakers Accentuate The Positive More Than Others, Researchers Find
Spanish-Speakers Accentuate The Positive More Than Others, Researchers Find

Spanish-speakers tend to express themselves in a more positive way than speakers of other languages, according to a study published by the University of Vermont.


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Zoe Saldana attends Audi Celebrates Emmys' Week 2014
Zoe Saldaña Among Those To Receive White House Hispanic Heritage Awards

Zoe Saldaña, Carlos Vives and Pepe Aguilar are among the 2014 Hispanic Heritage Awards recipients, which will be presented by the Hispanic Heritage Foundation (HHF) during a ceremony on Sept. 19 at the Warner Theatre in Washington, D.C.


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Ricky Martin Wants To Add Baby Girl To Family
Ricky Martin Planning To Add A Baby Girl To His Growing Family Next Year

Ricky Martin, father of six-year-old twin boys Matteo and Valentino, announced Tuesday that he wants to be a father again — but this time of a baby girl.


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Beyonce and Jay-Z attend the HBO Documentary Film 'Beyonce: Life Is But A Dream' New York Premiere
Jay-Z And Beyoncé's Trip To Cuba Officially Cleared By Treasury Department

U.S. Treasury Department investigation found that the 2013 trip taken by hip-hop power couple Jay-Z and Beyoncé to Cuba was legal and did not violate U.S. travel sanctions to the communist island.


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Madeleine Truel
‘Peruvian Schindler' Goes To Hollywood: Babysitter Saved Hundreds During Holocaust

Without a dab of Jewish blood in her veins, born and raised thousands of miles away in Lima, Peru, this bank clerk and occasional babysitter gave her life to save hundreds of lives in France during World War II.

“She was a working-class hero,” said Luis Cam, who directed a documentary about her two years ago. When the film came out in Peru, the media proudly dubbed her “the Peruvian Schindler.”


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Mexico-USA border
Texas Anti-Abortion Law Could Force Women Across The Border For Procedure

Crossing borders is a part of life in El Paso in far West Texas, where people may walk into Mexico to visit family or commute to New Mexico for work. But getting an abortion doesn't require leaving town.

That could change if a federal judge upholds new Texas rules that would ban abortions at 18 clinics starting Sept. 1, including only one that offers the procedure in El Paso, where one of the toughest anti-abortion laws in the U.S. has come under particular scrutiny at a trial ending Wednesday in Austin.


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