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Hollywood's Latino Problem: Vanity Fair, Jerry Seinfeld, And The Myth Of Meritocracy
Hollywood's Latino Problem: Vanity Fair, Jerry Seinfeld, And The Myth Of Meritocracy

What a week. Just when I was recuperating from Lorne Michaels SNL’s Latino Problem, now it’s Vanity Fair and Jerry Seinfeld. If you’ve been under a rock, Vanity Fair is getting a lot of kudos for its latest “diverse” cover. As Salon puts it: “This is the best of Hollywood — a diverse array of stars emerging and established, black and white alike.” Let that sink in, pueblo. The same ol’ black and white paradigm. Qué cojones.


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Sonia Sotomayor at "My Beloved World" book signing
Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor: 'I'm Working At Finding My Voice'

You might have heard that Laura Ingraham launched a verbal attack following Sonya Sotomayor's speech at Yale University.

Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor, who grew up poor in New York City, described Monday how she navigated new worlds of Ivy League universities and the nation's highest court.

Sotomayor told students at Yale University that she has a competitive drive to improve herself and isn't afraid to ask questions.


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Is Justin Bieber Becoming The Poster Boy For The Immigration Debate?
Is Justin Bieber Becoming The Poster Boy For The Immigration Debate?

Who could have imagined?

The face of the immigration debate has become – for the moment, at least – pop star-bad boy Justin Bieber.

His relentless streak of police encounters in the United States (full disclosure: he’s made the acquaintance of men and women in uniform in other nations, too) has propelled The Biebs squarely into the heart of the complex, emotionally-charged matter of immigration legislation.


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Jenni Rivera at the 2012 Imagen Awards
Jenni Rivera’s Former Manager Takes Late Singer's Family To Court Over Book Profits

Jenni Rivera’s family published a biography of the late singer just months after she died in a plane crash and her former manager is not happy, claiming she is the real author and wants her share of the book's profits.


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Cancer Survivor And One-Legged Skier Augusto Pérez Pushes Toward Olympic Glory
Cancer Survivor And One-Legged Skier Augusto Pérez Pushes Toward Olympic Glory

The soft, late December sunlight filters through the trees in upstate New York’s Winona State Forest as Augusto “Goose” Pérez pushes up a snowy incline, arms aching from lactic acid buildup and sweat glistening on his forehead.


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Roughly 44 Percent Of Latino Males Get Arrested By Age 23, Study Shows
Roughly 44 Percent Of Latino Males Get Arrested By Age 23, Study Shows

Roughly 44 percent of Latino men are arrested at least once on non-traffic-related crimes by the time they turn 23, according to a new study.

The reasons for the arrests – which can have long-term consequences when searching for jobs and applying for school and housing – ranged from underage drinking to violent assaults.

The study also found that nearly 50 percent of black men and 40 percent of white men are arrested by the time they are 23.


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Emmanuel Lubezki and Alfonso Cuaron attend the 39th Annual Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards
Alfonso Cuaron and Emmanuel Lubezki Gush About Academy Award Nominations

Alfonso Cuarón must be on cloud nine. Fresh off his Golden Globe win for best director, the Mexican filmmaker’s space thriller “Gravity” received 10 Academy Award nominations Thursday – tying the film with “American Hustle.”

“Thank you Academy for this incredible recognition,” the 52-year-old director said in a statement. “These nominations are not just about single achievements, but rather the collective effort of hundreds of dedicated artists who made this dream a reality.”


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Son Of Pablo Escobar Launches Clothing Line Depicting Colombian Drug Lord's Image
Son Of Pablo Escobar Launches Clothing Line Depicting Colombian Drug Lord's Image

The son of notorious Colombian drug lord  Pablo Escobar Gavíriahas launched a clothing line, taking steps away from father’s career – and causing some controversy along the way.

Juan Pablo Escobar Henao, 36, launched in 2012 “Escobar Henao,” a T-shirt line with intricate artwork depicting documents that once identified his father, who was shot down in Medellín, Colombia, in 1993.


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‘Enlisted’ Star Angelique Cabral Opens Up About Being 'De-Hollywooded' At Boot Camp

When the members of the cast of FOX’s new comedic drama TV show “Enlisted” began filming, they did not know all the intricacies and practices of military protocol.

This led to some mistakes that can be seen in the first episode regarding posture and attitude unbecoming of U.S. soldiers.


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4 Latinas Nominated for Worst Performances of 2013

Just when you thought it was safe to be nominated. While movie stars are waiting to find out who will get an Academy Award nod for the best performances of 2013, the “Golden Raspberry Awards” – more commonly known as the “Razzies” or the “anti-Oscars” – identifying the worst films and performances, recently issued their pre-nomination list.


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