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High School Sweethearts Die Holding Hands After 58 Years of Marriage
High School Sweethearts Die Holding Hands After 58 Years of Marriage

In the times when women have difficulty just getting a text back, this couple's love story shows there's still hope for a Nicholas Sparks-worthy ending. 

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George and Ora Lee Rodriguez passed away holding each other's hands on Tuesday after celebrating 58 years of marriage this past June.


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Latina Beauty Queen Loses Title After Aggravated Assault & DUI Charges
Latina Beauty Queen Loses Title After Aggravated Assault & DUI Charges

Texas beauty queen Caitlin Cifuentes lost her title this week after news came out that she has a criminal record.

MORE: Texas Beauty Queen Reportedly Has a Record & Rivals Want Crown Taken Away


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7 Tasty Tapas for a Perfect Spanish Spread
7 Tasty Tapas for An Authentic Spanish Spread

Tonight, instead of settling in for a long dinner, why not take a nod from the Spanish and try something different? Tapas are a casual way of enjoying a meal, having a small bites with a glass (or two) of wine along the way. Tapas are savory, shareable, and flavorful dishes meant to tide you over until the next stop. For entertaining at home, whip up a few dishes and invite a few friends over and then dig in. Price of entry: one bottle of wine. 


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California Latinos Protest the Police Killing of Teenager Pedro Villanueva
California Latinos Protest the Police Killing of Teenager Pedro Villanueva

Dozens of Latinos demonstrated outside the California Highway Patrol's headquarters in Santa Ana, California on Monday in protest of the police killing of 19-year-old Pedro Villanueva.

MORE: Police Officer Reveal They are Asked to Target Blacks, Latinos and LGBTQ


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Carmelo Anthony & NBA Superstars Address Black Lives Matter During ESPYs Opening
Carmelo Anthony & NBA Superstars Address Black Lives Matter During ESPYs Opening

The opening at the 2016 ESPY Awards took a serious tone.

Carmelo Anthony stood alongside LeBron James, Chris Paul and Dwyane Wade to deliver a powerful opening that addressed the Black Lives Matter protests and police shootings.


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