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New Census Data Shows Latino are Making More Money But Still Living Below Poverty Line
New Census Data Shows Latino are Making More Money But Still Living in Poverty

Latinos in the U.S. are making more money, especially the women, but the number of Hispanic families below the poverty line continues to increase, according to Census Bureau data released last week.

The new data is part of the American Community Survey that provides a snapshot of certain aspects of American life that otherwise wouldn’t be available until the 10-year census. For Latinos, the picture is simultaneously optimistic and bleak.


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Jennifer Lopez on Her Las Vegas Residency: It Will Be a "High-Energy, Bronx Kind of Block Party"
Jennifer Lopez on Her Las Vegas Residency: It's a "Bronx Kind of Block Party"

Starting next month, Jennifer Lopez will take her place on the coveted Las Vegas strip for her much anticipated residency at Axis at Planet Hollywood — and she is promising a “high-energy, Bronx kind of block party” every night.

“The most exciting shows make you dance and scream and jump up and down,” the 46-year-old told Vegas Magazine. “I want people to really let loose. I’m just looking to do the best Jennifer Lopez show anyone has ever seen,” she said.


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Newborn Found Abandoned in Church's Nativity Scene

A custodian at a New York City church was sweeping up when the baby Jesus in a nearby nativity scene seemed to come alive.

Jose Moran, a janitor at the Holy Child Jesus Church in Queens, said he had just gotten back from lunch when he heard a child crying. Thinking it was a mother with a child he went back to work before realizing that there was no other adult in the church.


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Mentally Ill Indiana Girl Says Evil Clown Told Her to Kill Stepmom & Set Home on Fire
Mentally Ill Indiana Girl Says Evil Clown Told Her to Kill Stepmom & Set Home on Fire

A 12-year-old Indiana girl claims that an evil fictional clown told her to set her family's apartment on fire and stab her stepmother to death.

Court documents filed earlier this week say that the unnamed girl allegedly committed the heinous acts "at the direction of a fictional character found on the CreepyPasta website known as 'Laughing Jack.'" The documents also revealed that the girl, who is not being named because of her age, "heard voices" and had an "alter ego."


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Ronda Rousey
Ronda Rousey Justs Wants to "Disappear" After Her Next Fight

Ronda Rousey says she is getting a little tired of being in the spotlight all the time and just wants a break.

The undefeated UFC bantamweight champion, speaking to Rolling Stone, said she is going to disappear after her title bout with Holly Holm at UFC 193 later this week.


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Is This Real Life?! Study Shows Hispanic Families Are Worse Now Than 20 Years Ago

The size of the Hispanic workforce is at an all-time high, Latinos are more college educated than ever.

But despite this, Hispanic families brought in less income and have less wealth than they did two decades ago.

In other words, all the college degrees earned by Hispanics over the last two decades have not led to long term wealth, government data shows. What’s more, Latinos with degrees got hit harder by the recession than those without.


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University of Louisville Apologizes After Photo of Staff in Sombreros Surfaces
University of Louisville Apologizes After Photo of Staff in Sombreros Surfaces

The University of Louisville apologized to the school's entire Hispanic community Thursday after a photo surfaced showing President James Ramsey among a group of staffers at a Halloween party dressed in matching stereotypical Mexican costumes.

They wore bushy mustaches and sombreros, and rattled maracas as they posed for the photo.

Ramsey's chief of staff, Kathleen Smith, issued a statement expressing "deep regret" over the incident.


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Why Ronda Rousey Wants to Drop the Word 'Woman' in Front of 'Champion'
Why Ronda Rousey Doesn't Want Gender Mentioned When Called a 'Champion'

Undefeated UFC champion Ronda Rousey is relishing her time at the top as she mercilessly dispatches her opponents in mere seconds. She is seemingly unbeatable, and she uses that as fuel to motivate her.


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New Video Shows Guard Ignoring Sounds Before 'El Chapo' Guzman's Escape
New Video Shows Guard Ignoring Sounds Before El Chapo's Escape

Newly released video footage shows not only images but sounds of what appears to be the minutes preceding Mexican drug lord Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán’s notorious escape from a high-security prison.


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Majority of NYPD's Newest Officers are Latino— The Highest Proportion in History
Majority of NYPD's Newest Officers are Latino— The Highest Proportion in History

The new class of officers for the New York Police Department is nearly one-third Hispanic – 32 percent, the highest proportion of Latino officers in a single class in city history.

The NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton swore in 678 new recruits on Thursday at the department’s new state-of-the-art academy in College Point, Queens, the New York Daily News reported.


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