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  • San Antonio woman putting her extreme couponing skills to use for good cause
    San Antonio woman putting her extreme couponing skills to use for good cause

    San Antonio woman putting her extreme couponing skills to use for good cause

    Local woman goes on a shopping spree for a good cause.
  • WATCH: Reporter quits live on air!
    WATCH: Reporter quits live on air!

    WATCH: Reporter quits live on air!

    I'm not sure this woman liked her job very well. Watch her quit LIVE on the air! What do you think? Good job or bad taste?
  • How to Avoid Confrontation
    How to Avoid Confrontation

    How to Avoid Confrontation

    Sometimes you're out having a good time with your girlfriend and other guys try to holla at your girl while you're with her! That never goes well. Watch Qbanguy's best techniques for avoiding confrontation. We go zero to 100 real quick at theFlama.com http://www.theflama.com More from Qbanguy http://www.youtube.com/qbanguy https://twitter.com/theflama https://instagram.com/theflama https://theflama.tumblr.com
  • Conoce todas las sonrisas de 'The Joker'
    Conoce todas las sonrisas de 'The Joker'

    Conoce todas las sonrisas de 'The Joker'

    Se dio a conocer una nueva imagen de la película 'The Joker' que interpretará Joaquin Phoenix y aprovechamos para repasar contigo quiénes han actuado como el enemigo número uno de Batman en el cine.
  • Ciara performed in Central Park Friday morning
    Ciara performed in Central Park Friday morning

    Ciara performed in Central Park Friday morning

    The 33-year-old singer took stage this morning in NYC
  • Cuba Gooding Jr. turns himself in to police
    Cuba Gooding Jr. turns himself in to police

    Cuba Gooding Jr. turns himself in to police

    Cuba Gooding Jr. has officially been charged with one count of misdemeanor forcible touching. Gooding Jr. turned himself in on Thursday afternoon surrendering to the New York Police Department's Manhattan Special Victim's Unit.
  • Stefani Montiel drops "La Comadre" music video
    Stefani Montiel drops "La Comadre" music video

    Stefani Montiel drops "La Comadre" music video

    This is a fun Tejano video just in time for the Summer
  • "They have money and we don’t have anything": residents from a Latino neighborhood fear Amazon will drive them out of their homes
    "They have money and we don’t have anything": residents from a Latino neighborhood fear Amazon will drive them out of their homes

    "They have money and we don’t have anything": residents from a Latino neighborhood fear Amazon will drive them out of their homes

    Residents of Chirilagua, a mostly Central American neighborhood in northern Virginia, fear the opening of Amazon's second national headquarters will drive them out of their homes, where they’ve lived for 30 years. Speculation on the arrival of thousands of the e-commerce giant’s staff employees is already driving up rent prices.
    Lorena Arroyo
  • Venezuela exodus raises worries of babies being stateless
    Venezuela exodus raises worries of babies being stateless

    Venezuela exodus raises worries of babies being stateless

    While the children born to migrants qualify for Venezuelan citizenship, they would need to formally register at a consulate or travel to Venezuela to obtain it. Both options are out of the question for many families.
    Christine Armario
  • Victims of torture? Immigrants complain of lengthy punishment in solitary confinement cells
    Victims of torture? Immigrants complain of lengthy punishment in solitary confinement cells

    Victims of torture? Immigrants complain of lengthy punishment in solitary confinement cells

    An investigation led by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) reveals that between 2012 and 2017 almost 8,500 immigrants were confined in isolation cells at detention centers run by ICE. In more than half of those cases the migrants were from Mexico and Central America. The LGBT community has been hit hardest by this practice, which lawyers and human rights advocates are seeking to abolish.
    Tamoa Calzadilla
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