daily dos: Banda El Recodo's tour bus crashes, Espinoza Paz's braces are off and Texas voter ID law is blocked

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daily dos: Banda El Recodo's tour bus crashes, Espinoza Paz's braces are off and Texas voter ID law is blocked

  • Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador of Mexico's PRD party says he will not accept PRI candidate Enrique Peña Nieto's victory in this year's presidential election. AMLO, as he is know in Mexico, maintains that Peña Nieto broke the rules: "The elections were neither clean nor free or genuine, therefore I will not recognise an illegitimate administration that emerged from votes that were bought and other grave violations of the constitution."
  • A 25-year-old man fell to his death at Reliant Stadium in Texas during a preseason NFL game between the Houston Texans and Minnesota Vikings. According to witnesses, the man was on the fifth level when he accidentally fell to the ground level.
  • Nas recounts his divorce from R&B singer Kelis in his latest video, "Bye Baby."
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  • Sofia Vergara confirmed that she's engaged to boyfriend Nick Loeb and says that despite being 40 years old, she would consider having a baby: "I mean, I think I can still do it. But you know, when you want to do something like that, you want to do it right, at the right moment, so I am taking it easy, so maybe when I have a little less work." Vergara has a 20-year-old son named Manolo.
  • Espinoza Paz finally had his braces removed. The singer tweeted a picture of himself (and his new grill) with veteran singer Miguel Bosé. "Tuve la fortuna de conocer el señor MIGUEL BOSE y quise compartir esta fotografía," wrote Paz on Twitter.
  • "Hubiesen enseñado todo para que hablen (They should have shown everything to give you something to talk about)." Samo of the pop trio Camila says he's not worried about the leak of a few racy pics featuring his bandmates Mario Domm and Pablo Hurtado. One of the photos features a semi-nude Domm and another shows Hurtado in bed with a woman.
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  • EY FOOL, THEY BLOCKED TEXAS' VOTED ID LAW. A panel of three federal judges has blocked a Texas voter ID law because it discriminates against Latinos, blacks and the poor. The law required voters to present a photo ID before they could receive a ballot. "Simply put, many Hispanics and African-Americans who voted in the last election will, because of the burdens imposed by (the voter ID law), likely be unable to vote in the next election," wrote the judges in their opinion.

    (image by @superamit via flickr)
  • Seven members of Banda El Recodo were injured earlier today in Texas when their tour bus crashed while attempting to avoid an oncoming car. The injuries are not life-threatening, but a hospital official said that the injured members of El Recodo were "pretty banged up."

    (images via Twitter)
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