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US Supreme Court hands down decision in Burwell v. Hobby Lobby
Latinos React To Supreme Court Ruling Allowing Corporations To Deny Birth Control

The Supreme Court ruled Monday that some corporations can hold religious objections that allow them to opt out of the new health law requirement that they cover contraceptives for women.

The justices' 5-4 decision is the first time that the high court has ruled that profit-seeking businesses can hold religious views under federal law. And it means the Obama administration must search for a different way of providing free contraception to women who are covered under objecting companies' health insurance plans.


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After Same-Sex Marriage Ruling, Growing Number Of Gay Immigrants Benefiting From Law
After Same-Sex Marriage Ruling, Growing Number Of Gay Immigrants Benefiting From Law

For Julio Alegria and his husband Michael Penn, the date of June 26, 2013 will forever be etched in their hearts.

On that day, by a 5-4 decision, the Supreme Court ruled that the federal Defense of the Marriage Act (DOMA), which defined marriage as a union between a man and a woman, was unconstitutional.

“(Our lives) changed so much,” Alegria told Fox News Latino. “It’s something so beautiful what you feel when they tell you you are welcome in this country… It’s an amazing feeling.”


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Italy's Giorgio Chiellini complains after Uruguay's Luis Suarez bit him during the World Cup
Luís Suárez Makes Lasting Impression: FIFA Opens Disciplinary Proceeding On Bite Attack

The world’s governing body for soccer, FIFA, began disciplinary proceedings Tuesday night against Uruguayan striker Luís Suárez for having apparently bitten the Italian defender Giorgio Chiellini on the shoulder.

The incident took place in the 80th minute. Television replays showed the two jostling for position near the Italian goal, when Suárez brought his head down near Chiellini’s left shoulder.


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From Lead Actors To Executives, Latinos Absent From Entertainment Industry, Study Finds
From Lead Actors To Executives, Latinos Absent From Entertainment Industry, Study Finds

An underrepresentation of Latinos persists in the talent and executive levels of the entertainment and media industries, according to a new study.

The study, released Tuesday by Columbia University’s Center for the Study of Ethnicity and Race, also found that there is a narrower range of Latino roles and fewer Latinos in the top billing compared to 70 years ago. The Latino presence in the English-language media, it found, also was small.


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JLo, Pitbull And Leitte Bounced Around World Cup Stage, Fans Booed Rousseff
JLo, Pitbull And Leitte Bounced Around World Cup Stage, Fans Booed Rousseff

Itaquerao Stadium shined under blue skies as Brazil kicked off its home World Cup with a football-style Carnival Thursday before thousands of dancing yellow-clad fans, who seemed eager to put construction delays and protests behind them.

Jennifer Lopez, rapper Pitbull and pop star Claudia Leitte bounced around a giant stage resembling a peeled melon singing the World Cup theme "We Are One" as Brazilian band Olodum banged drums below on this nation's Valentine's Day.


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 Meet The Kim Kardashian Look-Alike Who Is Reportedly Mexico's Most Ruthless Killer
Meet The Kim Kardashian Look-Alike Who Is Reportedly Mexico's Most Ruthless Killer

A Kim Kardashian look-alike has been creating quite the buzz on social media, but it’s not because of her voluptuous beauty or photos imitating the reality star. It’s because she is considered one of the most dangerous women in Mexico.

Claudia Ochoa Felix is reportedly the new leader of “Los Antrax,” an elite killing squad used by the ruthless Sinaloa cartel to do their bidding.


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Cameron Diaz Among Hollywood's Leading Ladies Paying Tribute To Jane Fonda
Cameron Diaz Among Hollywood's Leading Ladies Paying Tribute To Jane Fonda

The American Film Institute's celebration of Jane Fonda was like a who's who of Hollywood women.

Meryl Streep, Sally Field, Sandra Bullock, Lily Tomlin and Cameron Diaz were among the actresses saluting the 76-year-old Oscar winner, who accepted AFI's 42nd Life Achievement Award Thursday at Hollywood's Dolby Theatre.


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Pope Francis' New Biopic In The Works... Starring Antonio Banderas?
Pope Francis' New Biopic In The Works... Starring Antonio Banderas?

Pope Francis is the world’s most famous Latin American and a biopic about his life would likely reach sky-level box office sales around the world.

So, who should play the Holy man? One of the directors behind a project already in the works says Spanish actor Antonio Banderas could well fit the bill – a rumor that has been swirling after Variety magazine published a story about this in recent days.


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Brad Pitt Attacked At 'Maleficient' Red Carpet By Guy Who Went Under America Ferrera's Dress
Brad Pitt Attacked At 'Maleficient' Red Carpet By Guy Who Went Under America Ferrera's Dress

Being arrested for going under America Ferrera’s dress at the Cannes Film Festival red carpet was not enough.

The 25-year-old man who crawled under the dress of the Cesar Chavez actress earlier this month was arrested again Wednesday night in Los Angeles, this time for allegedly attacking actor Brad Pitt at the Maleficent premiere red carpet.


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One Of The Heaviest Men In Recorded History, 1,250 Lbs. At His Peak, Dies At 48
One Of The Heaviest Men In Recorded History, 1,250 Lbs. At His Peak, Dies At 48

Manuel Uribe, known as 'Meme,' once certified by the Guinness World Record as the heaviest man alive, has died.

His record peak weight was 1,230 pounds (560 kilograms) in 2006.

Uribe, 48, had been admitted to a hospital in his natal Nuevo Leon a few days ago with symptoms of cardiac arrythmia and other health complications, according to El Universal newspaper.


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