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Death Toll in Mexico Quake Rises to 295, Search for Survivors Continues

by PHIL HELSEL and ASSOCIATED PRESS The death toll in this week’s massive earthquake that toppled buildings in Mexico City and elsewhere rose to at least 305, the country’s national civil defense coordinator said, as rescuers c...
 
 
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Mexicans Shed Tears for Hundreds Killed in Earthquake

by NBC NEWS Mexicans begin the process of burying their loved ones, even as the search goes on for missing people, after last week’s 7.1 earthquake 16 PHOTOS 1.A woman prays during the funeral of Maria Ortiz Ramirez, who ...
 
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The Story Behind the Special Olympics is Getting the Big Screen Treatment

Ken Kwapis’ ‘Special’ will shine a light on the underdog who helped create the Games. The Special Olympics have been empowering and championing intellectually disabled athletes for nearly half a century, thanks to PE instructor...
 
 
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How One Man’s Life Can Open the World for Others

Let’s support each other as we create happy and sustainable lives. November 19, 2017 by Vernon Lindsay, Ph.D. Leave a Comment I was standing at my desk when I learned of a tremendous opportunity—apply for a position as CE...
 
 
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Latino Director Brett Ratner Joins the List of Hollywood Heavyweights Accused of Sexual Assault

by Taiia Smart YoungNovember 3, 2017 Latino Director Brett Ratner Joins the List of Hollywood Heavyweights Accused of Sexual Assault by Taiia Smart YoungNovember 3, 2017 THE 1 SECOND FILM/Flickr Cuban-American producer and dire...
 

 
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Selena Had the Biggest Hollywood Walk of Fame Ceremony Since 1998

by Latina StaffNovember 7, 2017 Selena Had the Biggest Hollywood Walk of Fame Ceremony Since 1998 by Latina StaffNovember 7, 2017 When Selena Quintanilla’s star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame was unveiled on Friday, the fan cry,...
 
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Politics
 

Mexican leftist Lopez Obrador leads presidential race polls

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Mexican leftist presidential hopeful Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador showed leads over potential rivals in two newspaper polls published Wednesday, shortly after he unveiled key policies of his campaig...
 

 
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Pixar’s Coco celebrates Mexico in times of Trump

With US-Mexican relations at their lowest point in recent memory, Disney Pixar has released Coco, a cinematic celebration of Mexico that its director said is an antidote to the “negativity” of the current political ...
 
 
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Fitch: Blame Politics For NAFTA Breakdown

Kenneth Rapoza , CONTRIBUTOR Together against Trump? Justin Trudeau, Canada’s prime minister, right, and Enrique Pena Nieto, Mexico’s president, arrive during a welcoming ceremony at the Palacio Nacional in Mexico C...
 
 
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Building’s demolition is taking some time

As is the search for the builders of the Mexico City apartments, who appear to have fled The demolition of an earthquake-damaged apartment building at 56 Zapata street in Mexico City is going slowly, as is the search for those ...