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First Flights From U.S. to Cuba Have Begun

The first regularly scheduled commercial flights from the U.S. to Cuba since 1961 began this week, as the island nation began its formal mourning following the death of Fidel Castro on Friday. American Airlines flight 17 landed in Havana on Monday, the first U.S. commercial flight to land in the city since before the Cuban revolution.

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Cuban-American Celebrities Offer Messages of Hope Following Death of Fidel Castro

Cuban-American celebrities in the United States have offered messages of hope following the death of former Cuban revolutionary leader Fidel Castro on Friday.

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U.S. Sees Immigration Surge at Texas-Mexico Border

Federal immigration officials will set up a second temporary holding facility on the Texas border to deal with a surge in arrivals of families and unaccompanied children fleeing violence and poverty in Central America.

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Community Leaders Taking Multi-Level Approach to Revitalize Houston’s Third Ward

As the years have passed, Houston’s Third Ward has not seen a growth in their economy due to lack of jobs, high crime, and no opportunities.

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Texas Makes Budget Cuts for Disabled Kids’ Therapy Services

Texas announced it would enact significant cuts to the money that it pays therapists who treat vulnerable children with disabilities in two weeks.

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6 Cold Weather Beauty Tips

Winter should come with another weather advisory—rough beauty conditions ahead. The main culprits are cold air, which holds less moisture than warm air, and low humidity and central heating, which make already dry hair and skin even drier. The result: Your skin becomes rough and flaky while your hair feels dry and loses its shine. Even worse, cold weather hits harder as you get older, when the skin’s production of natural moisturizers starts to dip.

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Taxpayers Out Of Millions Defending Former HISD Trustee Marshall

Like many taxpayers, there are probably a number of questions in your head as to why so many dollars have gone to defend a now guilty Larry Marshall.

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Frida Kahlo’s “Niña Con Collar” Rediscoverd After Decades

Frida Kahlo’s “Niña Con Collar” was found after the painting’s owner, a former assistant to Kahlo, reached out to Sotheby’s to sell the piece.

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Houston Texans Honored Their Favorite Charities with My Cause My Cleats Campaign

The NFL is known for having a huge heart and for giving back. During the holidays, their arms are outstretched even further to meet the needs of the community. During week 13 of the season, the players are having fun while giving back showing off their creative side with the My Cause My Cleats campaign.

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First Hispanicize CMO Summit to Be Held in Miami

Hispanicize has partnered with PRWeek to launch the first Hispanicize CMO Summit, taking place on April 3rd, 2017 in Miami and kicking off the Hispanicize 2017 Week. The CMO Summit will feature peer-to-peer brand talks, case studies, live focus groups and town halls.

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