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A still image from Guillermo del Toro's new movie, Crimson Peak. Twenty-two percent of audiences on any given weekend are Latino. But when it comes to horror films, that proportion jumps to as much as half the box office. Universal Pictures hide caption

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Why Latinos Heart Horror Films

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One Third Of Federal Prisoners To Be Released Could Be Deported

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Online Project Provides Full Scope Of Mexico's Brutal Drug History

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Mothers take care of their children while lining up to buy staple goods outside a supermarket in Caracas earlier this month. CarlosS Garcia Rawlins/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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The Nightmare Of Grocery Shopping In Venezuela

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Jimmy Morales, the National Front of Convergence party presidential candidate, gestures to supporters after winning the presidential runoff election in Guatemala City, early Monday. Luis Soto/AP hide caption

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'East Los High' Serves Up Sex Ed With Its Teen Drama

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Haiti's President Michel Martelly casts his ballot during elections in the Petion-Ville suburb of Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Sunday. The country is holding the first-round presidential vote Sunday along with balloting for numerous legislative races and local offices. Ricardo Arduengo/AP hide caption

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Hurricane Patricia's Unexpected Aftermath

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The Scene In The Wake Of A Much-Weakened Hurricane

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Hurricane Patricia Weakens After Landfall In Mexico

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The Girl Who Broke Free: Building A New Life In America #15Girls

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