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How this New Bolivian Law Aims to Curb Gender Violence
How Bolivia is Curbing Gender Violence

Around the world, 35 percent of women will become victims of violence at some point in their lives. In Bolivia, that number jumps to a staggering 90 percent, a statistic the country is working to drop through new laws aimed at tackling gender-based violence.


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Love it or Leave it? MAC Daddy Tells Us Which Beauty Looks to Toss and Keep
Love it or Leave it? MAC Daddy Tells Us Which Beauty Looks to Toss and Keep

We played a round of Love It or Leave It with Celebrity makeup artist Angel Merino (aka MAC Daddy), where he shared his two cents on celebrity beauty looks.


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Mexican Hitwoman Reveals Graphic Details on Mexican Cartel
Mexican Hitwoman Reveals Drinking Victims' Blood & Having Sex with Corpses

A Mexican woman is speaking out on her involvement in the cartel Los Zetas. Caution: Not for the faint of heart.

MORE: Two Mayors Shot Dead in Mexico in Just Two Days

Juana, who goes by “La Peque,” meaning "The Little One," joined Los Zetas in 2010, after her brother was murdered. Fast-forward six years, where Juana resides in a social reintegration center in Baja California State in Mexico.


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Rosie Perez Isn't Happy with the Way Democrats or Republicans Treat Puerto Rico
Rosie Perez Isn't Happy with the Way Democrats or Republicans Treat Puerto Rico

Rosie Perez may be supporting Hillary Clinton for president, but that doesn’t mean she’s pleased with the way the Democratic nominee has treated Puerto Rico.


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Hillary Clinton Accepts Democratic Nomination in Historic Speech
Hillary Clinton Accepts Democratic Nomination in Historic Speech

Hillary Clinton accepted the Democratic nomination for president at Philadelphia’s DNC Thursday night, making history as the first woman to obtain the nominee from a major political party.


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Congressman Xavier Becerra Says This Presidential Election is Personal: "This election is about us"
Congressman Xavier Becerra Says This Presidential Election is Personal: "This election is about us"

On the last night of the Democratic National Convention, hours before Hillary Clinton would accept her party’s nomination, Congressman Xavier Becerra led a cache of Latino leaders to make one final appeal to the Hispanic community to vote for her in November.

"This election is about us, it's personal," Becerra said. "Hillary Clinton has walked with us all her life."


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Rosario Dawson Says Hillary Clinton is "Not a Leader" but a "Follower" at DNC Event
Rosario Dawson Says Hillary Clinton is "Not a Leader" at DNC Event

Actress-activist Rosario Dawson thinks Hillary Clinton is "not a leader" but rather a "follower," and she wants liberals to take advantage of this characteristic to push the Democratic nominee toward progressive policies.


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Bow Wow Says he Can't Relate to Civil Rights Struggles Because He's "Mixed"
Bow Wow Says He Can't Relate to Civil Rights Struggles Because He's "Mixed"

Today in news that makes you holla “WTF:” Bow Wow announced on Twitter that he won’t be voting in the presidential election because of his mixed heritage.

MORE: America Ferrera Talks About the Importance of Getting Latinos to Vote

Keep scratching your head because this isn’t going to make sense any time soon.

The former child rapper went on a Twitter rant, as usual, on why he’s skipping the polls in November.


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