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Pharrell Williams Dubs Him 'The Future': Kap G Drops Knowledge On Mexican-American Roots Through Rap

When Grammy Award-winning singer and producer superstar Pharrell Williams calls you "The Future," you must be good.

For first-generation Mexican-American rapper Kap G, still a teenager, it's nothing but a dream come true.


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Girls pose for a photo on the Malecon in Havana, Cuba
New Sign Of Cuba Moving Toward Capitalism? Wealthy Cubans Are Flaunting Their Cash

It's Saturday night at El Cocinero, a chic rooftop bar that has arguably become Havana's hippest watering hole in the year since it opened, and there's no getting in without a reservation.

There are plenty of foreigners, but also not a few sharp-dressed Cubans lounging in the butterfly chairs, sipping $3 mojitos and talking art, culture and politics. It's an image that stands in stark contrast to common perceptions overseas of Communist Cuba as a poor country where nobody has the disposable income to blow on a night out.


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Country's First Four-Year Latino Focused Certified University To Close Its Doors
Country's First Four-Year Latino Focused Certified University To Close Its Doors

The board of directors of the National Hispanic University in San Jose, Calif., announced on Thursday that the school will close as a four-year college at the end of the 2014-15 academic year.

A statement posted on the NHU website on Thursday declared: “After a deliberative review process, the Board has determined that because the university continues to face significant ongoing regulatory and financial challenges, the institution cannot operate as it has in the past.”


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As 'Glee' Marks The End Of An Era, Is Naya Rivera Singing Her Last Notes On The Hit Show?
As 'Glee' Marks The End Of An Era, Is Naya Rivera Singing Her Last Notes On The Hit Show?

For the last five years, fans have tuned into FOX to watch Naya Rivera play an honest-to-the-point-of-being-rude lesbian cheerleader who finds her passion in singing with a bunch of misfits.

But speculation is rampant that the 27-year-old singer-actress’ days on the hit musical show "Glee" are counted and she won’t be returning for season 6.

Rivera fueled speculation and might have tipped her hand when she posted a message on Twitter hinting that she might be leaving the show.


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Educational Groups Team Up To Provide Latino Students Help On Repaying College Debt
Educational Groups Team Up To Provide Latino Students Help On Repaying College Debt

Student loans have caused major headaches for most students graduating college. But Latinos seem to have the most trouble paying back their college debt, experts say.

To help offset this trend, the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU) has teamed up with the non-profit organization American Student Assistance to help spread the word about the SALT program, a financial education resource that helps student gain financial literacy skills and manage student loan debt from day-to-day.


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Marco Rubio speaks on the economy
Marco Rubio Blasts International Diplomatic Group's Resolution On Venezuela As A 'Sham'

U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, one of the Venezuelan president’s most vociferous critics in Congress, lashed out at the Organization of American States for passing a resolution that expressed support for the South American nation’s government.

The resolution rejected violence and called for justice for the 21 people the government says have died in weeks of street protests against the administration of President Nicolás Maduro.


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Romeo Santos Says Song About Homosexuality Is NOT About Him
Romeo Santos Says Song About Homosexuality Is NOT About Him

Singer Romeo Santos addressed swirling rumors regarding his sexuality.

Apparently, people began wondering if Santos is gay, due to his song, 'No Tiene La Culpa' ('Not At Fault'), which speaks about homosexuality.

During the release of his new album Formula Vol. 2 in Mexico City, the Bronx-born bachata star said the song does not refer to him, as it has been misinterpreted in the past, but that he wanted to write a song about the social issue.


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Janet Murguia during the 2012 NCLR ALMA Awards
National Council of La Raza Blasts Obama As "Deporter-in-Chief"

In a stark reversal of its diplomatic approach to the Obama administration’s controversial handling of immigration, the largest and oldest Latino civil rights group in the United States is attacking the president for deporting more immigrants than any other in the nation’s history.


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His Holiness The 14th Dalai Lama and actress Eva Longoria attend The Lourdes Foundation 'Leadership in the 21st Century' Event
Eva Longoria Meets With the Dalai Lama

It’s rare to get to be in the presence of his Holiness the Dalai Lama and even more so to meet him and talk with him.

Eva Longoria was one of the handful of celebrities who attended a question and answer panel with the Dalai Lama, who came to the United States for a meeting with President Barack Obama last week.


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Ricky Martin Reaches Out To Venezuelan Fans At Music Fest, Asks For End To The Violence
Ricky Martin Reaches Out To Venezuelan Fans At Music Fest, Asks For End To The Violence

Ricky Martin is not one to shy away from offering messages of support and peace to his fans around the world. The latest example has time dedicating a message to Venezuela during his recent appearance at the international music festival in Viña del Mar, Chile.

“A lot of love for Venezuela; Venezuelans, I love you,” the Puerto Rican superstar said at the festival’s kickoff event this weekend.


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