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U.S. Capitol Police are investigating a report that Rep. Andy Harris, R-Md., tried to take a gun onto the house floor Thursday, a department spokesperson said. "One security official present saw a firearm on the person of Rep. Harris and relayed that to his superiors," a Capitol official told NBC News. "To be clear, Rep. Harris did not enter the Floor." They have become a flashpoint among some Republican members, and they have at times created tension with police. The Capitol official added that House members are allowed to carry firearms "in the halls and on Capitol grounds, including the Capitol Building but not the Floor," adding that "ammo has to be separately compartmentalized."
Persons: Andy Harris, Harris, John Katko, Nancy Pelosi Organizations: Capitol Police, Capitol, NBC, Republican
Former President Donald Trump has started putting together the defense team for his historic second Senate impeachment trial, starting with hiring South Carolina-based lawyer Butch Bowers. Trump adviser Jason Miller, who announced the hiring on Twitter, said Bowers "is well respected by both Republicans and Democrats and will do an excellent job defending President Trump." Asked later about Trump's legal team, Graham told reporters: "Well, I think he's going to have a good one. Nikki Haley's attorney, Butch Bowers, addresses the South Carolina House Ethics Committee in Columbia on June 28, 2012. Mark Sanford when he faced impeachment in the South Carolina House in 2009.
Persons: Donald Trump, Butch Bowers, Trump, Jason Miller, Bowers, Miller, Sen, Lindsey Graham, Graham, Butch, they'll, Nikki Haley's, Aluka Berry, he's, Mark Sanford, George W, Tim Scott, Trump's, Rudy Giuliani, Jay Sekulow, Alan Dershowitz, Pat Cipollone Organizations: South, Twitter, Republicans, Democrats, Trump, Republican, GOP, State, Tribune, Service, Getty, Gov, South Carolina House, Justice Department, White Locations: South Carolina, Columbia, South, Bowers
Why Koreans pointed out two 'Joes' at inauguration
  + stars: | 2021-01-22 | by ( Hanna Park | ) + 0.00   time to read: +2 min
Cho, pronounced "Jo" in Korean, quickly became a pun, with some people saying there were two "Joes" in the spotlight. Looks like America can't ignore blood ties too," a Twitter user joked in Korean. "David Cho, Joe Biden, Hee-pal Cho, Won-jin Cho," a user tweeted in Korean, including Biden in a list of prominent figures with the surname Cho. "Joe Biden's chief guard David Cho 2021... the Cho family seizes the White House!" Others simply wrote, "David Cho Biden."
Persons: David Cho, Joe Biden's, Cho, Biden, Donald Trump, Jo, Lorraine Murray, Kim, Lee, Joe Biden, Hee, David Cho Biden Organizations: Secret Service, Google, NBC News, Encyclopedia, Korea Foundation, Twitter Locations: American, Korean, Korea
The union's response has been markedly different in the case of Pham, who faces two federal misdemeanor charges related to entering the Capitol. Anyone who breached the Capitol "should be charged and receive whatever punishment is assigned to that," said Douglas Griffith, who is now the union president. In Chicago, for example, the union president initially defended the mob before backing down. Ture said police unions are breaking from their own because of the Capitol Police officer's death and the injuries sustained by dozens of other officers. Glaser said he suspects that the rioters' "violation of basic democratic principles is enough that the unions feel like they cannot back that up."
Persons: Tam Pham, Pham, Douglas Griffith, Griffith, Tam Dinh Pham, I'd, Kalfani, Ture, , John Catanzara, Donald Trump's, Catanzara, WBEZ, Zachary Taylor, Trump, Lori Lightfoot, Patrick Yoes, Catanzara's, Yoes, Brian Sicknick, Mike Solan, Jenny Durkan, Carmen Best, Solan, Jack Glaser, Glaser, " Glaser Organizations: Houston Police Department, U.S, Capitol, Houston Police Officers, Union, Capitol Police, Houston, FBI, Police, Trump, Quinnipiac University, Metropolitan Police, NBC, of Police, Democratic, Facebook, Chicago, Fraternal, Congressional, Seattle Police, Seattle's, New York, Police Benevolent Association, Goldman School of Public, University of California Locations: New York City, Seattle, Virginia, Chicago, Georgia, Connecticut, Berkeley
WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden's sweeping immigration plan ran into quick resistance from key Senate Republicans, including some who championed a similar effort eight years ago. The Senate GOP's campaign arm, which is focused on recapturing the majority in 2022, quickly dubbed Biden's immigration plan "amnesty and open borders." The aide suggested that Biden's plan was an attempt to placate progressives, not a "take it or leave it" product. Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., said he has "very serious concerns" about Biden's immigration policy. Among Democrats in both chambers, Biden's plan was met with wide praise.
Persons: Joe Biden's, Sen, Marco Rubio, Biden, Lindsey Graham, Graham, Trump, Barack Obama, Rubio, John Hoeven of, Susan Collins of, Lisa Murkowski, Obama's, Donald Trump, wasn't, Mitch McConnell, Josh Hawley, Alejandro Mayorkas, Mayorkas, Tim Scott, Ben Sasse, Mazie Hirono, Pramila Jayapal, Jayapal Organizations: WASHINGTON, Republicans, GOP, Republican, NBC, Senate, Democratic Locations: Sen, U.S, John Hoeven of North Dakota, Susan Collins of Maine, Alaska, Ky, Sens, Hawaii
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell has proposed to Majority Leader Chuck Schumer that former President Donald Trump's impeachment trial should start in mid-February and laid out the preferred timing during a conference call with Republican colleagues on Thursday, according to multiple sources on the call. Included in McConnell’s proposal is a deal to begin the Senate proceedings in February so that both sides can properly prepare for Trump's second impeachment trial, according to multiple people on the call. Senator Mike Braun, R-Ind., also told NBC News that he thinks the trial could begin mid-February. Both House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., and Schumer punted on the trial timing question when asked by reporters earlier on Thursday. Bedingfield added that Biden wants the Senate to conduct the impeachment trial in a way that allows them to move forward with the Covid-19 relief legislation as quickly as possible.
Persons: Mitch McConnell, Chuck Schumer, Donald Trump's, Schumer, Joe Biden's, Sen, Mike Rounds, McConnell, they’ve, , Mike Braun, Trump, Nancy Pelosi, Pelosi, , ” “, Justin Goodman, Kate Bedingfield, Biden, Bedingfield Organizations: NBC News, Republicans, Senate, White House Communications Locations: Ky
A group of Senate Democrats filed an ethics complaint against Republican Sens. Both Hawley and Cruz have denied any wrongdoing and maintain they were trying to protect the integrity of the election. This latest effort is a flagrant abuse of the Senate ethics process and a flagrant attempt to exact partisan revenge," Hawley said in a statement. Hawley and Cruz and the organizers of the rally remains to be investigated. Hawley and Cruz to object to the electors, Reps. Andy Biggs, Paul Gosar, and Mo Brooks, have been identified as alleged co-architects of the rally.
Persons: Josh Hawley, Ted Cruz, Sen, Sheldon Whitehouse, Hawley, Donald Trump, Cruz, “ Joe Biden, Ron Wyden, Tina Smith, Richard Blumenthal, Conn, Mazie Hirono, Tim Kaine, Sherrod Brown, Trump's, Andy Biggs, Paul Gosar, Mo Brooks, Senators Cruz, Chris Coons, James Lankford, Lankford Organizations: Republican Sens, Trump, U.S . Capitol, Capitol, Sens, Senators, Republican Locations: Cruz, Texas, Sens, Ohio, James Lankford of Oklahoma
President Joe Biden's battle plan to beat Covid-19 is "spot on," but restoring Americans' trust in "science-based leadership" won't be easy after four years of Donald Trump, public health experts said Thursday. It is based on the recommendations of leading scientific and health care experts and should have been the plan all along." "State officials and public health experts have begged for these three actions in particular," Price said in an email. "The White House task force under President Trump issued weekly reports to states, urging mask mandates and enhanced social distancing," Price said. "The plan focuses on hitting critical needs for a strong public health response, such as a universal mandate for masking," Khan said.
Persons: Joe Biden's, Donald Trump, Biden, Ashish Jha, Trump, Dr, David Battinelli, President Biden, Polly Price, Price, Biden's, Jeffrey Zients, Anthony Fauci, Sadiya Khan, Khan Organizations: Brown University School of Public Health, Northwell, NBC, Emory University, Defense, for Disease Control, Cornell Alliance for Science, Democratic, National Institute of Allergy, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine Locations: Covid, United States
WASHINGTON — Dr. Anthony Fauci, one of the nation’s top public health experts, signaled that he feels free to speak honestly about Covid-19 now that former President Donald Trump is out of office. Fauci helped lead the nation's response to the coronavirus when the pandemic first hit nearly a year ago, working alongside Trump and members of his White House coronavirus task force. Fauci said that just 15 minutes before the news conference he had met with Biden and discussed how "everything we do will be based on science and evidence." "One of the new things about this administration is that if you don't know the answer, don't guess. Just say you don't know the answer," Fauci said in response to a reporter's question on a matter he was unaware of.
Persons: WASHINGTON, Dr, Anthony Fauci, Donald Trump, Joe Biden, Fauci, Trump, Biden, Jen Psaki Organizations: Trump White House, Trump, White House Press Locations: Washington
Compared to his disclosure from the year prior, revenues at the Trump National Doral Miami golf course in Florida declined from $77 million to $44 million. Trump's Turnberry golf club in Scotland saw revenues fall from $25 million to just under $10 million. Business increased in some red state locations, such as his golf club in Charlotte, North Carolina, where revenues rose from $12 million to $13 million. The disclosure shows active loans at several banks, some of which, including Deutsche and Professional, have sworn off doing future business with Trump. The mortgage was for between $5 million and $25 million for Trump Park Avenue.
Persons: Donald Trump’s, Trump’s, Trump, Tim Cook, Dennis Muilenburg Organizations: Trump National Doral, Washington , D.C, Trump International Hotel, Tower, Trump Organization, NBC, Deutsche, Trump, Investors Savings Bank, Iwo Jima, Apple, Boeing Locations: Trump National Doral Miami, Florida, Scotland, Washington ,, Tower Chicago, Charlotte , North Carolina, Mar, Denver
A self-described “dating and relationship strategist” from New Jersey was charged Thursday for his alleged involvement in the Jan. 6 Capitol riot after posting multiple videos to Twitter admitting he was there. The New Jersey native was brought to the FBI’s attention after former classmates from college and high school submitted tips based on his tweets. The tweets expressed criticism of the “mainstream media” for its characterization of the riot, made unfounded claims that the rioters were anti-fascists rather than Donald Trump supporters and described politicians as criminals. We outnumber you and will outlast you.”In a Periscope livestream on Wednesday, Stedman called President Joe Biden’s inauguration a “communist takeover” of the country. Stedman was set to have a virtual appearance with the District Court of New Jersey on Thursday afternoon.
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"We encourage patients to schedule the second dose appointment as close to the earliest appropriate date, but a bit after is OK," Shah said. For Pfizer, that interval is 21 days; for Moderna, 28 days. "It doesn't forget what it saw the first time," he said, referring to the first vaccine dose. While the first dose does offer protection, "there needs to be an emphasis that a second dose is necessary" for full protection. The interval for Pfizer is 21 days (not 28), and the interval for Moderna is 28 days (not 21).
Persons: , Rina Shah, Shah, Buddy Creech, Creech, Bruce Y, Lee, you've, Diane Griffin, Griffin Organizations: Disease Control, CDC, Walgreens, Food and Drug Administration, Pfizer, BioNTech, Moderna, Vanderbilt Vaccine Research, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, NBC, City University of New, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Twitter, Facebook Locations: U.S, Moderna, Nashville , Tennessee, City University of New York
Sharkey, who also went by the last name Robinault, went missing just after Thanksgiving. @AlexisSharkey via Instagram“One friend said, ‘I ran over to her apartment and she’s not there, and we were supposed to meet up,’” Stacy Clark Robinault told the outlet. Sharkey, who was popular on Instagram, moved to Houston last January shortly after she got married, Stacy Clark Robinault previously told NBC News. So far, police have not made any arrests in Sharkey's death. Stacy Clark Robinault urged anyone who may have information to come forward “so this can be solved so she can have that justice."
Persons: Alexis Sharkey, Sharkey, Robinault, Sharkey's, Instagram influencer Alexis Sharkey, , ’ ” Stacy Clark Robinault, Detectives, Stacy Clark Robinault, , ” Stacy Clark Robinault Organizations: Harris County Institute of Forensic Sciences, NBC, Houston Locations: Harris, Houston
President Joe Biden’s administration will approach Russia Thursday in the hope of renewing dialogue over the last remaining nuclear treaty between the two countries, according to an internal State Department memo obtained by NBC News. Signed in 2010 by Presidents Barack Obama and Dmitry Medvedev of Russia, the New START treaty limited each country to no more than 1,550 deployed nuclear warheads and 700 deployed missiles and bombers. It is the only nuclear arms control deal between the two countries still standing after Moscow and Washington withdrew from the 1987 Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces Treaty last year. Russia had offered the Trump administration a five-year extension of the New START treaty without preconditions and signaled this week that the deal was still possible. Download the NBC News app for breaking news and politicsThe Trump administration rejected Russia’s offer and pushed for a shorter arms control agreement that included a freeze on all nuclear warheads and the future inclusion of China.
Persons: Joe Biden’s, Biden, , Barack Obama, Dmitry Medvedev, Trump, Russia’s, ” Marshall Billingslea, Organizations: Department, NBC News, Biden, The Washington Post, State Department, NBC, Russia, Washington, Nuclear Forces Treaty, Trump, Russia’s Locations: Russia, U.S, Moscow, United States, China, New
President Joe Biden has picked Jessica Rosenworcel to run the Federal Communications Commission in an interim position. In 2012, she returned to the FCC, where she was appointed to be a commissioner under President Barack Obama. Homework GapWhen it comes to remote schooling, Rosenworcel knows she’s one of the fortunate parents with access to the internet at home. “People felt comfortable talking to Commissioner Rosenworcel because she listened to them. “That’s the reputation Commissioner Rosenworcel has.
Persons: Joe Biden, Jessica Rosenworcel, , Mignon Clyburn, she’s, , Rosenworcel, that’s, Anna Eshoo, FCC Veteran Rosenworcel, Barack Obama, Donald Trump, Ajit Pai, Tom Wheeler, Obama, Pai, didn't, Sen, Tom Udall, Jonah Madrid, there’s, ” Rosenworcel, , She’s, Brian, Bo, Ben Luján, I've, it's Organizations: Federal Communications Commission, FCC, U.S, Rep, FCC Veteran, Commerce, Science, Transportation, wacker, Economic Committee, House Energy, Senate Locations: West Hartford , Connecticut, U.S, Silicon Valley, California, New Mexico, Hatch , New Mexico, Madrid, Rock , Arkansas, Little Rock
A Florida man known as the “Monkey Whisperer” was federally charged in an alleged trafficking operation that sold primates across several states, prosecutors said. In September 2017, Hammonds planned to illegally sell a $12,650 capuchin monkey to a buyer in California, according to the indictment. Hammonds attempted to conceal the sale by transporting the animal to Nevada, where owning monkeys is allowed, prosecutors said. In October 2017, the animal was then delivered to California, where law enforcement officials eventually seized the monkey three months later, the indictment said. Hammonds was charged with conspiracy, trafficking and submitting a false record in violation of the Lacey Act, a federal law restricting wildlife trade, according to the indictment.
Persons: Jimmy Wayne Hammonds, Parrish, Hammonds, Lacey, Chris Brown, incriminated, cuddling, Brown Organizations: World Wildlife Federation, Associated Press Locations: Florida, California, Nevada, Wisconsin , Alabama, South Carolina, Los Angeles
Dustin Diamond, known best for his portrayal of the endearingly nerdy Screech on “Saved by the Bell,” has completed his first round of chemotherapy for his stage 4 lung cancer, a representative for the actor said Thursday. On Thursday, Diamond's representative, Roger Paul, told NBC News that he is battling stage 4 small cell carcinoma. Diamond's next round of chemotherapy is being scheduled, and he will soon begin physical therapy, Paul said. Diamond came to fame in the 1990s with his role of Samuel "Screech" Powers on “Saved by the Bell. Diamond wrote the 2009 book, "Behind the Bell," which portrayed the cast in a less-than-flattering light.
Persons: Dustin Diamond, Screech, Bell, , Diamond's, Roger Paul, Paul, Dustin, Diamond, Samuel " Screech, Powers, Zack Morris, Peacock Organizations: Diamond's, NBC News, NBCUniversal Locations: Illinois, Wisconsin
President Joe Biden issued an executive order Wednesday night that will extend existing federal nondiscrimination protections to LGBTQ people. An executive order aimed at “advancing racial equality and support for underserved communities” will establish the Interagency Working Group on Equitable Data to gather better data to “measure and advance equity,” among other actions. For instance, the order to advance racial equity also reverses Trump’s Executive Order 13950, which prohibited diversity and inclusion training that promotes “divisive concepts” about race and sex. The American Civil Liberties Union urged the administration to “take action to more fully recognize transgender and non-binary people” with an executive order that would allow transgender people to receive accurate IDs. “We know who we are, and we need the federal government to recognize who we are.”Follow NBC Out on Twitter, Facebook & Instagram
Persons: Joe Biden, Alphonso David, , Bostock, ” Biden, Trump, ” Jennifer Levi, , ” David, ” Mara Keisling, Aimee Stephens, Don Zarda, Gerald Bostock —, Biden, ” Keisling, ’ Biden, Sam Brinton, ” Brinton, Eliza Byard, ” Byard, ” LaLa Zannell Organizations: Human Rights, United, Civil, Department of Health, Human Services, Transgender, NBC News, Human, National Center for Transgender Equality, Interagency, Equitable Data, Biden Administration, Human Services Department, Wall Street, American Civil Liberties Union, Trans, ACLU, Twitter, Facebook Locations: United States, Clayton County , Georgia,
Taking a breath after four years of seesawing policies, business leaders are offering the new presidency their praise and direction. ”Effective energy policy can help economic recovery in the United States through the creation of millions of jobs and trillions in government revenues,” she wrote. They will look to the Biden administration to restore calm, and provide steady leadership, at home and abroad. “When it comes to the restaurant and food service industry, the Biden plan may cause more harm than good.”For their part, manufacturers hailed the blue-collar friendly Biden. “This is a new day for America,” National Association of Manufacturers President and CEO Jay Timmons said in a statement following Wednesday's inauguration.
Persons: Joe Biden, Donald Trump’s, Biden, Doug McMillon, “ McMillon, , Ashley Alemayehu, , Jeff Bezos, Dave Clark, Karen Lynch, Mike Posner, ” Michael Beckel, ” Trump’s, General Karl Racine, Sundar Pichai, Brad Smith, Eric Hausman, Jamie Dimon, JPMorgan Chase, Dimon, Biden's, Roger Dow, Jay Timmons Organizations: Business, Apple, ExxonMobil, NBC News, Trump, CVS Health, NYU Stern Center for Business, Human, Google, Microsoft, Qualcomm, Uber, Verizon, Charter Communications, Comcast, American Federation of Teachers, United Food, Commercial Workers International Union, Boeing, Enterprise, United Airlines, “ Corporations, Washington, D.C, Tech, Paris Climate Accord, , UnitedHealth, JPMorgan, U.S . Travel Association, National Restaurant Association, ” National Association of Manufacturers, & + Locations: America, United States, Covid, Trump's Washington, Paris, Washington
Facebook said Thursday it is seeking a second opinion on its decision to indefinitely suspend former President Donald Trump, referring the matter to the oversight board it set up to hear such cases. The oversight board said in a statement on its website that it had accepted the Trump case for examination by a five-person panel. “The Oversight Board launched in late 2020 to address exactly the sort of highly consequential issues raised by this case,” the board said in its statement, which was unsigned. It was unclear if Trump had appealed Facebook’s decision to the board or had any communication with it. Clegg said that while Facebook awaits the oversight board’s decision, “Mr.
Persons: Donald Trump, ” Nick Clegg, Mark Zuckerberg, Trump, Facebook’s, , , Clegg, “ Mr, Kate Klonick Organizations: Facebook, Trump Organization, Jan, U.S, Capitol, White, Trump, Tech, St, John’s University Locations: Silicon Valley
In his inaugural address on Wednesday, Biden warned of a difficult winter ahead but urged Americans to come together to fight the disease. In the new survey, the most prominent drop in pessimism about the future of the virus has come from Democrats. In October, just a quarter of GOP voters said the worst of the virus was ahead. Combined, more than half of voters say the administration of vaccines has gone poorly (30 percent) or “not too well” (25 percent) so far. But among Republicans upset with the vaccine rollout, 52 percent say fault mainly lies with the states instead.
Persons: Joe Biden, Biden, Organizations: WASHINGTON, House, NBC, Democratic, Republicans, GOP, Trump Locations: United States
The head of the House oversight committee asked the FBI on Thursday to conduct a review of the social media platform Parler, which advertises itself as an alternative to more mainstream sites that have banned some far-right extremists. “Numerous Parler users have been arrested and charged with threatening violence against elected officials or for their role in participating directly in the January 6 attacks,” Maloney wrote. But Parler had trouble staying online in the days immediately following the election, as Amazon, which hosted its servers, cut ties with the company. It has since intermittently come back online, with lingering technical difficulties, after finding refuge with a Russian company called DDoS-Guard. Grassroots efforts to mine that data for useful information to give to law enforcement are ongoing.
Persons: Carolyn Maloney, Chris Wray, ” Maloney, Parler, Donald Trump, FBI didn’t Organizations: U.S . Capitol, Trump, The Washington Post, Facebook, Twitter, Guard, Amazon, FBI Locations: Russian, U.S
Other details of the legislation revealed on Thursday include hiring more immigration judges to handle asylum cases, offering "humane alternatives" to immigrant detention and changing the term "alien" to "non-citizen" in immigration laws. Menendez said the bill will also increase training and the basic standard of care for children in the custody of Customs and Border Protection and Immigration and Customs Enforcement. Under the Trump administration, at least seven children died in the custody of, or shortly after being released from the custody of, CBP or ICE. Tackling immigration, an issue known for its political divisiveness, as his first major legislative proposal could prove difficult for the new president. Menendez said he was "under no illusion" that passing the legislation would anything but "a Herculean task."
Persons: Joe Biden's, Obama, Sen Robert Menendez, Trump, Sen . Menendez, Menendez, Republican Sen, Tom Cotton of, Kamala Harris Organizations: WASHINGTON, Central American, Customs, Border Protection, CBP, Republican, Senate Locations: Central America, United States, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, U.S, Tom Cotton of Arkansas
Federal investigators are increasing the public reward for information that leads to the "location, arrest & conviction of the person(s) responsible for the pipe bombs found in DC on Jan. 6"The reward, originally set at $50,000 one day after the pipe bombs were first discovered, is now $75,000, according to a tweet published Thursday by the FBI's Washington Field Office. ADDITIONAL REWARD: @ATFWashington & #FBIWFO are now offering a reward of up to $75K for info about the person(s) responsible for the placement of suspected pipe bombs in DC on January 6th. — FBI Washington Field (@FBIWFO) January 21, 2021According to the notice, both the FBI and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives are searching for at least one suspect who is responsible for placing suspected pipe bombs in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 6. Between 1:00 and 1:15 p.m. on that date, law enforcement agencies received reports of two suspected pipe bombs, the notice said. The two improvised explosive devices, which were defused by experts and did not detonate, were found outside the headquarters of the Republican National Committee and Democratic National Committee during the mayhem of the riot at the U.S. Capitol Building.
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I think that resonates with people — they go, ‘Oh my gosh, I remember chingasos!’” Carlos Ugalde, 49, told NBC News. Courtesy House of ChingasosOne T-shirt reads “Cafecito Y Chisme” (coffee and gossip), while a woman's T-shirt reads "Tamale Squad," with "La jefa" (female boss) underneath. A man's T-shirt reads "Menudo wrecking machine," a reference to a popular dish made with tripe. The actor Mario Lopez and Oscar De La Hoya, the former professional boxer, have become fans of the store's shirts. Ugalde said the success came after his first failure, a store selling products for cat lovers.
Persons: , , Carlos Ugalde, de rana, they've, Sana, sana, colita de rana, Ugalde, Mario Lopez, Oscar De La Hoya, that’s Organizations: NBC News, Chingasos, Facebook, Southern, NBC, Twitter Locations: Spanish, Vegas, Bolivia, Los Angeles, Mexican, Bolivian
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