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The new Latino-centered reboot of "Father of the Bride," starring Andy García and Gloria Estefan, attracted the largest audience of any HBO Max movie that has streamed exclusively on the platform. nbcnews.to/3QRJJMn
Brazilian prosecutors said this week that an 11-year-old girl had received a legal abortion after a judge blocked her for weeks from ending her pregnancy after she was raped. nbcnews.to/3xYk9MS
The landmark case that gave undocumented children the right to a U.S. education is one that most Americans likely don't know about. nbcnews.to/3OGRl29
6 California special education graduating students said their names were not included in their high school's graduation program and their diplomas were not ordered in time for the ceremony, raising concerns about discrimination. nbcnews.to/39WrpRl
While reviewing archives left by Gabriel García Márquez, one of his granddaughters found 150 unpublished letters that he received from Pablo Neruda, Bill Clinton and Fidel Castro, among others. nbcnews.to/3xWRQym
.@GloriaEstefan and Andy Garcia dish on their decades-long friendship and what it was like working together on the newly reimagined version of “Father of the Bride.” Garcia reveals he used to crashing weddings that Estefan and her husband would perform at years ago. @hbomax
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In the U.S., abortion rights advocates look to the mobilization that has taken place among women and abortion rights supporters in Latin America as a template, as they stress the need for political mobilization. nbcnews.to/3QFKIPs
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My latest: Sens. Warren, Smith urge Biden to declare public health emergency following abortion ruling nbcnews.com/news/us-news/s…
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A must read by @Nicolemarie_A "For abortion rights activists, Latin America provides a roadmap of 'long fight' ahead" nbcnews.com/news/latino/ab… via @NBCNews
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The only Latino officer in a police department in Ohio has filed a discrimination civil rights complaint alleging he was "constantly harassed" by the department's chief at the time over his ethnicity and religion. nbcnews.to/3ym859S
My latest: For abortion rights activists, Latin America provides a roadmap of 'long fight' ahead nbcnews.com/news/latino/ab…
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INTERACTIVE: Without Roe v. Wade, people seeking an abortion in states where the procedure will be banned will face long treks. How far might you have to travel? On average, it's a 4 hour drive. nbcnews.to/3HQEjNm
More than two-thirds of Latinos surveyed believe abortion should be legal in most or all cases, with the strongest approval among young people under 35 and women, according to data from Voto Latino. nbcnews.to/3ndh1b1
The Supreme Court has overturned Roe v. Wade. On last night's @NBCNightlyNews, @MorganRadford reported on clinics in Mexico that say that there has been an increase in Americans traveling there to get to an abortion provider. nbcnews.to/3QNWqrc
Bienvenido, a conservative Hispanic group, said the court’s decision to overturn the Roe v. Wade decision was “correct as both a legal and a moral matter.” According to Pew Research Center, 60% of Hispanics in 2022 said abortion should be legal. nbcnews.com/politics/live-…
LIVE UPDATES: SUPREME COURT OVERTURNS ROE V. WADE. nbcnews.to/39MhDl2
If you live in a state set to ban abortions, how far might you have to travel to get one? On average, it's a 4 hour drive. nbcnews.to/3nhtPwY
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BREAKING: Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade, wiping away constitutional guarantee of abortion rights. nbcnews.to/3tW7ZCT twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1…
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BREAKING: The Supreme Court overturned the landmark Roe v. Wade ruling that guaranteed a constitutional right to an abortion in a 6-3 vote, a momentous break from a half century of rulings on one of the nation’s most controversial issues. nbcnews.to/3HQ8PXK
BREAKING: Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade, wiping away constitutional guarantee of abortion rights. nbcnews.to/3OdQeY1
Large majorities of more than 1,000 registered Latino voters in seven battleground states support gun reforms and access to abortion, according to polling data released by Voto Latino. nbcnews.to/3zYDNee
The landmark Supreme Court case that gave undocumented children the right to a U.S. education is one that most Americans likely don't know about. nbcnews.to/3brKbAI
A majority of registered Latino voters in 7 battleground states support gun reforms and access to abortion, according to polling data released Wednesday by Voto Latino. nbcnews.to/3tYKklk
LIVE UPDATES: The Jan. 6 committee returns for its fifth public hearing, focusing on then-President Trump's efforts to pressure the DOJ to aid in his campaign to overturn the 2020 election. nbcnews.to/3OTylxN
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The new Latino-centered reboot of "Father of the Bride," starring Andy García and Gloria Estefan, attracted the largest audience of any HBO Max movie that has streamed exclusively on the platform. nbcnews.to/3NeW3TJ
“You have no idea what a relief this is to me personally,” one survivor said. “I am so exhausted. I just want this to be done. I want these souls to rest.” nbcnews.to/3zZi2v2
The Supreme Court ruled that leaders of North Carolina’s Republican legislature can step in to advocate for a voter ID law in court that they believe the state’s Democratic attorney general isn’t fighting hard enough to defend. nbcnews.to/3tV4ahi
BREAKING: Supreme Court rules that the Constitution guarantees the right to carry a gun outside the home, issuing a major decision on the meaning of the Second Amendment. nbcnews.to/3tX9TU0
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Here’s the full story reported alongside @SuzGamboa: Texas Gov. Abbott vowed to offer mental health help for all in Uvalde, but residents point to roadblocks. nbcnews.com/news/latino/te…
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Biden nominates first Latino to serve on influential federal appeals court nbcnews.com/news/latino/bi…
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My latest: The only Latino officer in a police department in Ohio has filed a discrimination civil rights complaint alleging he was "constantly harassed" by the department's former chief based on his ethnicity and religion. nbcnews.com/news/latino/la…
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NEW: Pete Arredondo has been put on administrative leave as the police chief of the Uvalde school district, after more than a month of sharp criticism for his decision to delay confronting the gunman in the May 24 shooting at Robb Elementary School. nbcnews.to/3nbBq0g
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My latest: During its premiere weekend, the new Latino-centered film "Father of the Bride," starring Andy García and Gloria Estefan, attracted the largest audience of any HBO Max movie that has streamed exclusively on the platform. nbcnews.com/news/latino/fa…
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The only Latino officer in a police department in Ohio says he was "constantly harassed" by the department's chief at the time over his ethnicity and religion. - @NBCLatino nbcnews.to/3A0yAme
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"The new Latino-centered film 'Father of the Bride,' starring Andy Garcia and Gloria Estefan, attracted the largest audience of any HBO Max movie that has streamed exclusively on the platform." It's a fantastic movie...#fatherofthebride by @Nicolemarie_A nbcnews.com/news/latino/fa…
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ICYMI: I joined ⁦@stevenromo⁩ on ⁦@NBCNewsNow⁩ this week to discuss my recent reporting on Uvalde residents hitting roadblocks in accessing promised state mental health services. nbcnews.com/now/video/uval…
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Days after the Uvalde shooting, Gov. Abbott promised an "abundance of mental health services" to help "anyone in the community who needs it." But some residents are reporting difficulties navigating the system and delays in accessing care. nbcnews.to/3Nj6Yvv
The only Latino officer in a police department in Ohio has filed a discrimination civil rights complaint alleging he was "constantly harassed" by the department's chief at the time over his ethnicity and religion. nbcnews.to/3yawvmm
Pope Francis said "violence never resolves problems, but just increases useless suffering," following the slayings of two Jesuits by apparent drug gang members. nbcnews.to/3tTcQ8e
The officer attempted to storm Robb Elementary School after his wife, Eva Mireles, called him telling him she had been shot, the head of the Texas Department of Public Safety said. He was detained. nbcnews.to/39JxDE9
Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, where a gunman killed 19 students and two teachers last month will be demolished, the city's mayor says. nbcnews.to/39KgKsU
Progressive challenger Jessica Cisneros concedes to Rep. Henry Cuellar of Texas after a recount in a race that was decided by less than 300 votes. nbcnews.to/3NaKiO7
Colombia’s first Black vice president says that part of her mission will be to reduce inequality. nbcnews.to/3n7IDhG
The lawyer for several victims of a Mexican megachurch leader who pleaded guilty of sexually abusing minors says they are planning to sue other leaders of the church. nbcnews.to/3n4WqFM
6 California special education graduating students said their names were not included in their high school's graduation program and their diplomas were not ordered in time for the ceremony, raising concerns about discrimination. nbcnews.to/3OshkKI
The new Latino-centered reboot of "Father of the Bride," starring Andy García and Gloria Estefan, attracted the largest audience of any HBO Max movie that has streamed exclusively on the platform. nbcnews.to/3OA7UwR
After the Uvalde school shooting, Texas Gov. Abbott promised an "abundance of mental health services" to help "anyone in the community who needs it." But there's a worry that what's being offered is not coming together fast or efficiently enough. nbcnews.to/3Nemvga
Oscar-nominated actor Andy García is stepping into the shoes of a new character — a Cuban exile named Billy — in the remake of “Father of the Bride,” which premieres on HBO Max. nbcnews.to/3NSh0VC
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Marquez grew up in a remote village and had a daughter when she was 16. To support her, she cleaned homes and worked at a restaurant while studying for a law degree. nbcnews.to/3xAocik
The swift growth of U.S. Latinos is reshaping big states and small towns. Meet the faces of a new era. nbcnews.to/3y4JlCC
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