daily dos: farmworkers deal with sexual violence, Manny Pacquiao speaks against gay marriage and 3Ball MTY hook up with Shakira

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daily dos: farmworkers deal with sexual violence, Manny Pacquiao speaks against gay marriage and 3Ball MTY hook up with Shakira

  • William Levy and partner Cheryl Burke have advanced to the finals of "Dancing With the Stars" after Maria Menounos was eliminated from the competition. Levy will face off against NFL star Donald Driver & Peta Murgatroyd and Katherine Jenkins & Mark Ballas in the final round.
  • A San Benito, Texas teacher identified as Ms. Parades, has been removedafter a classroom religious rant was caught on tape by one of her students. Paredes shared with her students that she was married to God and that one of her eyes was hers and the other was God's so God was always watching them.
  • Trayvon Martin shooting targets are being sold online by an anonymous person in Virginia Beach, Virginia. The targets feature a faceless hooded figure carrying Skittles and a canned beverage.
  • Mexican actor Eduardo Verastegui claims he's gone a whole decade without having sex: "It has been 10 years since I made the promise to live in chastity and it’s the decade in which I have been most productive, with things that one way or another have helped other people. It’s been the happiest years of my life."

    (Joe Corrigan/Getty)
  • Cleveland-based rap veterans Bone Thugs N Harmony and female duo Salt N Pepa will reunite for this year's Rock the Bells festival, which will be headlined by Wiz Khalifa, Kid Cudi and Nas.
  • Boxer Manny Pacquiao is speaking out against same-sex marriage. When asked what he thought about President Obama's support of gay marriage, Pacquiao citied Leviticus 20:13 and compared same-sex marriage to "the days of Sodom and Gomorrah of Old."

    (Stephen Dunn/Getty)
  • DJ Erick Rincon of 3Ball MTY says there's a chance you may hear Shakira on a tribal track: "Estuve trabajando propuestas para Shakira en tribal, ahora hay que esperar a ver si le gusta una." (I was working on a few tribal things for Shakira, now I just have to wait to see if she likes them.)
  • Rape, groping, and obscene language by abusive supervisors should not be part of the hard labor conditions that immigrant farmworkers endure while producing the nation’s food," said Grace Meng, researcher in the US Program at Human Rights Watch and author of the report "Cultivating Fear: The Vulnerability of Immigrant Farmworkers in the US to Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment." The report discusses the conditions faced but thousands of immigrant women and girls in the United States.
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