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  • 2013 TV upfronts: Univision showcases El Rey, 'Gossip Girl Acapulco'

    2013 TV upfronts: Univision showcases El Rey, 'Gossip Girl Acapulco'
    NEW YORK -- Univision intends to remain the king. The nation's largest Spanish-language media company, Univision Communications, on Tuesday said it has made a financial investment in the planned El Rey cable channel owned by Hollywood director Robert...
  • Telemundo's 'El Señor' finale attracts 3.6 million viewers

    Telemundo's 'El Señor' finale attracts 3.6 million viewers
    Telemundo's original productions are starting to pay dividends for NBCUniversal. Monday night's series finale of the Spanish-language telenovela, "El Señor de los Cielos," (translated as "The Lord of the Skies") attracted 3.6 million viewers, making...
  • Director Jim Mickle sinks teeth into 'We Are What We Are' remake

     Director Jim Mickle sinks teeth into 'We Are What We Are' remake
    The new film "We Are What We Are" is a horror-drama hybrid, a suspenseful tale of a tight-knit family struggling to hold itself together in the face of changing times and the dwindling of long-held traditions. Also, they eat people. Directed by Jim...
  • Bea Kozera dies at 92; 'On the Road' character was based on her

    Bea Kozera dies at 92; 'On the Road' character was based on her
    Until three years ago, Bea Kozera, who died this month at age 92, did not know she played a role in American literature. In 1947 she had an affair with a man she met on a Greyhound bus leaving Bakersfield. He was Jack Kerouac, who would go on to write...
  • After Bob Filner: A tip for how to win the race for San Diego mayor

    After Bob Filner: A tip for how to win the race for San Diego mayor
    People were lining up to run for mayor of San Diego in the aftermath of the sexual harassment scandal that toppled Bob Filner and led to yet another city employee claiming she was mistreated by the former congressman. Advantage goes to the man or woman...
  • Teacher strike in Mexico City drawing ire

    Teacher strike in Mexico City drawing ire
    MEXICO CITY — The thousands of teachers who have been jamming the streets in this congested capital city for nearly two weeks to protest an education reform package have no immediate plans to leave, and the threat of their continued presence is...
  • Gang member convicted of murdering 3-week old baby

    The last of seven gang members accused of killing a 3-week-old baby while trying to collect "rent" from a street vendor near MacArthur Park was convicted of first-degree murder Friday. A Los Angeles County Superior Court jury also convicted Juvenal...
  • Pictures in the News | August 26, 2013

     
    Monday's Pictures in the News begins near Yosemite National Park, where thousands of firefighters on Monday entered a 10th day of trying to slow the pace of the massive Rim fire as it spreads across dry, rugged terrain near Yosemite, threatening thousands...
  • Decades after crash, names of 28 "deportees" are read aloud

    Decades after crash, names of 28 "deportees" are read aloud
      This post has been corrected. See the note at the bottom for details. FRESNO -- At a memorial service that was 65 years in the making, decades after Woody Guthrie sang "all they will call you will be deportee," the real names of 28 Mexican nationals...
  • New Snowden documents allege U.S. spying on Brazil, Mexico

    New Snowden documents allege U.S. spying on Brazil, Mexico
    SAO PAULO, Brazil --New documents leaked by former U.S. intelligence contractor Edward Snowden allege that Washington spied on the presidents of Mexico and Brazil, further complicating relations weeks before Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff’s...
  • Mexico's Pena Nieto defends 'arduous' reform agenda

    Mexico's Pena Nieto defends 'arduous' reform agenda
    MEXICO CITY — Despite the massive street protests that forced him to change the venue of his first state of the nation speech, Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto used the occasion Monday to defend his ambitious reform agenda, pledging to forge...