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K-9 Unit Attacks On Latinos And Blacks On Rise In Los Angeles County

The number of Latinos and African-Americans bitten by the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department canines have dramatically increased in the past few years, a new study released earlier this week states.

While the annual dog bites for whites, Native Americans and Pacific Islanders remained very low from the years 2004 to 2012, the number of K-9 unit attacks on Latinos and African-Americans rose in the same period.


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Alfonso Cuaron, Sandra Bullock and George Clooney at Gravity photocall in Venice
WATCH: 'Gravity's' Alfonso Cuaron On His New Movie

Mexican director Alfonso Cuarón talks about the new thrilling space movie Gravity, starring good friends George Clooney and Sandra Bullock. Despite the lengthy shoot, the movie is already being hailed as an Oscar contender, the most important 3D movie to watch since Avatar and "a game-changer, both for the sci-fi genre and Hollywood filmmaking as a whole".


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President Barack Obama speaks during the Government Shutdown Press Conference
No Progress To Ending Partial Government Shutdown As Stalemate Continues

From informational websites to national parks to processing veterans' claims, the political stare-down on Capitol Hill shows no signs of easing, leaving federal government functions in limbo from coast to coast. Lawmakers in both parties ominously suggested the partial shutdown might last for weeks.


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Montana Rapist Released From Jail, Victim's Mom Says He's 'Skating' Justice

A Montana teacher whose rape case drew national attention after a judge gave him a lenient sentence was released from jail Thursday – to the victim’s mother outrage, who says the teacher is “skating” justice.

Protests erupted after District Judge G. Todd Baugh sentenced Stacey Rambold to 30 days in prison for raping 14-year-old Cherice Moralez, who ended up committing suicide. Protesters were outraged over comments the judge made that appeared to pin some of the blame on Moralez.


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Teens with Cancer Quinceanera in Nicaragua
Teens With Cancer Get Their 'Quinceañera' In Nicaragua, Dance Partners Included

For many a teenage girl in Latin America, a "quinceañera" party is a cherished rite of passage, a traditional coming-out celebration for 15-year-olds.

Not all families can afford the colorful gowns and other niceties for such parties, though. So for each of the past five years, Nicaragua's Association of Mothers and Fathers of Children with Cancer and Leukemia has put on a quinceañera for girls from poor, rural families — teens who have the added burden of dealing with cancer.


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Naya Rivera On Practicing Kissing Demi Lovato, Her New Single & Cory Monteith Tribute

Did “Glee’s” Naya Rivera and new onscreen love interest Demi Lovato practice before shooting their kissing scene on the show?

The 26-year-old actress jokingly told “Access Hollywood’s” Billy Bush and Kit Hoover they did.


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Four Latinas Are Among 20 'Most Dangerous Celebrities' To Search On Web

Hey, you. 

Yes, you, the one searching for the latest sizzling shot of Zoe Saldaña.

Proceed with caution.

The "Star Trek Into Darkness" actress is No. 5 on a newly released list of the most dangerous celebrities to search on the Internet.


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Luis Miguel Neglecting Kids
Report: Luis Miguel Neglecting Children, Ex Wants Child Support

Looks like Luis Miguel and ex-girlfriend Aracely Arámbula are back in the news, and not for a good reason.

According to reports by several news sources, including TMZ.com, the Mexican crooner has been neglecting the couple’s two children and has not been paying regular child support.


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ACLU Claims Homeland Security is Illegally Seizing Laptops At Border

People crossing into the United States do not just get their suitcases searched for potentially suspicious or dangerous contents.

Some people are also getting their laptops searched – and for no apparent reason, a civil rights group is alleging.

The American Civil Liberties Union said the documents released by the federal government on Monday suggest the Homeland Security Department seizes and searches electronic devices at the border without showing reasonable suspicion of a crime or getting a judge's approval.


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E-Cig Use Up Among Youth
E-Cig Use Up Among Youth

The number of middle and high school students trying electronic cigarettes has doubled since last year according to the first large national study looking at use within that age group.

About 2 percent of students said they’d used an e-cigarette in the previous month, according to a survey done last year. This is up from 1 percent in 2011.

More kids still smoke traditional cigarettes than the new electronic ones, and it's not clear how dangerous e-cigarettes are. It's also not clear from the report how many are using them on a daily or weekly basis.


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