daily dos: Jenni Rivera's company sued, Tony Mendez says he's not Hispanic and Mariah Carey throws shade

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daily dos: Jenni Rivera's company sued, Tony Mendez says he's not Hispanic and Mariah Carey throws shade

  • James Holmes, the man arrested for opening fire in a Colorado movie theater and killing 12 people, was charged with 24 counts of murder and 116 counts of attempted murder. Holmes, who faces the death penalty if convicted, will not enter a plea until March.
  • Mariah Carey fired another shot at fellow "American Idol" judge Nicki Minaj, who she's been feuding with for months. When reported Barbara Walters asked Carey if she thought Minaj was calling her out on a new song, Carey replied: "I didn't know she sang. I thought she rapped. Or whatever."

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  • Don't believe in climate change? The New York Times details the extreme weather conditions that are hitting people all over the world.

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  • Ke$ha plays a small town girl who quits her job as a waitress so she can go wild in a new video, "C'Mon."
  • Tony Mendez, the CIA agent who is played by Ben Affleck in the movie Argo, says he doesn't feel Hispanic: "I don’t think of myself as a Hispanic. I think of myself as a person who grew up in the desert. If I had been in a different family circumstance, I might have felt that way." Mendez, whose father's family came from Mexico, added that he felt that Ben Affleck did a good job in portraying him in Argo.

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  • The families of Arturo Rivera (Jenni Rivera's publicist), Jacob Yebale (Rivera's makeup artist), Jorge Armando Sanchez Vasquez (Rivera's hairstylist) and Mario Macias Pacheco (Rivera's attorney) have filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Jenni Rivera's company and the owners of the plane that crashed in December. Attorney Paul Kiesel: "We cast a wide net to find out exactly who is responsible and it may be that they're not. We have named Rivera Enterprises, who likely arranged the charter of this plane, in hindsight a very bad decision."
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  • This past Thursday, Miami Mayor Tomás Regalado proclaimed January 10, 2013 as "The Last Stand" day in Miami. The Last Stand is an action drama starring Arnold Schwarzenegger. Mayor Regalado presented co-stars Luis Guzmán, Rodrigo Santoro and Genesis Rodriguez with a key to the city after a screening for city officials and law enforcement.
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