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WATCH: Zimmerman Brother Says Critics Out To Crucify Him

They know they’re partly responsible for not speaking out about it, but the Zimmerman family is still taken aback by how the prickly issues of race and ethnicity continue to haunt them even after the controversial case ended.

They blame national media outlets for creating and propagating the murder trial as white vs. black, pitting George Zimmerman against black teen Trayvon Martin, who was killed during their now infamous fight in Sanford, Fla.


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Beyonce and Jay Z in Cuba for their 5th anniversary
'Jay-Z and Beyonce Bill' Restricts Travel To Cuba

Despite his lyrics, Jay-Z won’t be “smoking Cubanos with Castro in cabanas” anytime soon if the House of Representatives has any say in it.

In the wake of Jay-Z and Beyonce’s trip to Cuba earlier this year, Republicans in the House Appropriations Committee helped pass earlier this week a spending bill with a provision that seeks to further tighten travel restrictions to the communist island.


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Venezuela President Nicolas Maduro
Edward Snowden Files For Asylum In Venezuela

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro said Monday that his government had received a formal asylum request from U.S. former CIA analyst Edward Snowden, who has been staying in the transit zone of Moscow's Sheremetyevo airport since June 23.

"An asylum request letter arrived" from Snowden, Maduro told reporters after meeting with Panamanian President Ricardo Martinelli. Snowden, he said, "will have to decide when he will fly here."


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Edward Snowden
Latin American Leaders Angry Over Rerouting Of Bolivian Plane Amid Snowden Scandal

The rerouting of Bolivian President Evo Morales' plane by European powers over suspicions that National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden was aboard ignited outrage Wednesday among Latin American leaders who called it a stunning violation of national sovereignty and disrespect for the region.


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Aaron Hernandez: New Details On Life Inside of Prison

The Bristol County sheriff says former New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez has been moved to a new cell block where he does not have interaction with other inmates.

Sheriff Thomas Hodgson said Hernandez was moved Monday to a single cell after spending five days in the medical unit. Hernandez is also reportedly allowed out of his cell for three hours a day instead of just one.


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Sultry Depiction Of Virgin Of Guadalupe by Sante Fe Reporter
Catholics Outraged Over Sexy Depiction of Virgin of Guadalupe

A skimpy two-piece bathing suit, an overflowing bust, sunglasses and frosty margarita perched in her left hand.

 


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Senator Marco Rubio
Marco Rubio Called Sellout On Immigration Reform By Tea Party Conservatives

He burst onto the national stage as the “Tea Party Darling” du jour.

It was nothing short of a stellar national entrance for Marco Rubio, the Republican senator from Florida.

But now, Tea Party members are among the Florida lawmaker’s most passionate, most resentful critics. Many have completely turned on Rubio, feeling betrayed by his push for immigration reform.


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Republican Gabriel Gomez
Massachusetts Senate Race Goes Español In The Final Week

As they go into the homestretch of Massachusetts’ special U.S. Senate election on June 25, Republican Gabriel Gomez and Democrat Edward Markey are fighting it out in Español.

Gomez, a private equity investor whose parents are Colombian immigrants, released a new radio ad in Spanish Tuesday on Spanish-language radio stations across the state. The campaign will follow that with Spanish-language print ads and campaign stops in Latino neighborhoods.


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Judge Edith Jones
U.S. District Judge Under Review For Racially Charged Comments

An appeals court justice under fire for saying Hispanics and African-Americans were “predisposed to crime” is under investigation for her comments.

A council of federal judges in Washington said it will review a misconduct complaint against Judge Edith Jones of the New Orleans-based 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for allegedly making inflammatory comments during a speech in February.


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California Classmates of Mexican Boy Launch Campaign For His Return to U.S.
California Classmates of Mexican Boy Launch Campaign For His Return to U.S.

The classmates of a 9-year-old Mexican boy who, along with his family, was denied re-entry to the United States earlier this year have launched a campaign urging the U.S. government to let him come back.

The students of Rodrigo Guzman’s fourth grade class at Jefferson Elementary School in Berkeley, Calif. say that their friend belongs in the United States, not in a country that he left when he was younger than 2 years old.


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