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A recent scuffle between an elotero and a pedestrian in Hollywood re-energized discussion about legalizing street vending in California. Adrian Florido hide caption

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'I'm Not A Racist, I'm Argentine!'

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These dead sharks were discovered aboard a Chinese-flagged vessel found off Ecuador earlier this month with some 300 tons of marine species, several of which are in danger of extinction. Galapagos National Park via AP hide caption

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U.S. Diplomats Suffer Hearing Loss After Serving In Cuba

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Venezuela's Ex-Prosecutor Accuses President Maduro Of Corruption

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Political Storm Circling Guatemalan President Morales

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Venezuelan Protests Simmer, But The 'Resistance' Is Still Alive

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U.S. Mulls More Sanctions On Venezuela

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Activists celebrate outside the Constitutional Court in Santiago, Chile, on Monday. The court approved a measure to ease the country's strict abortion ban by decriminalizing the procedure in certain cases. Claudio Reyes/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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'Godzilla' Descends On Mexico City As Filmmakers Shoot Scenes In The Metropolis

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Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro addresses the constituent assembly earlier this month. The group, which Maduro called for and which enjoys wide-ranging powers, granted itself the ability to pass laws. Ronaldo Schemidt/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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One student says she's scared to go back to Brentwood High School in Long Island after spending a month in the immigration wing of a county jail. She was suspected of being affiliated with MS-13, but she was released after a judge found there wasn't enough evidence. Frank Eltman/AP hide caption

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Undocumented Teens Say They're Falsely Accused Of Being In A Gang

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Brandon Martinez, 16, lies in a hospital bed while his father, Jose de Jesus Martinez, visits in the intensive care unit at North Central Baptist Hospital in San Antonio, Texas. Courtesy of Alex Galvez hide caption

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He Crossed The Border In A Packed, Unventilated Trailer And Survived

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