daily dos: Rihanna wants blogs to stop, Jencarlos and Gaby's baby, and Arpaio's rejection

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daily dos: Rihanna wants blogs to stop, Jencarlos and Gaby's baby, and Arpaio's rejection

  • Controversial Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio has rejected a U.S. Department of Justice's request that would send an independent monitor to oversee Arpaio's police and jail operations. A three-year federal investigation found that Arpaio's department had been unfairly discriminating against Latinos for years. Arpaio's refusal of an independent monitor could lead to a "lengthy and expensive court battle" with the DOJ to determine whether Arpaio's department unfairly targeted Latinos.

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  • Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney appears to be well on his way to securing the GOP nomination after winning primaries in Maryland, Wisconsin and Washington, D.C. After receiving criticism for saying "self-deportation" was a good way reduce illegal immigration, Romney has turned his focus to the economy and criticism of President Obama.

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  • The Daily Show's Al Madrigal travels to Tucson to find out why the Tucson school board voted to ban Mexican American studies from public schools.
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  • Mac Miller isn't afraid to do a little dancing in the dark as he breaks out the blacklight in a new video, "Loud."
  • Nicki Minaj talks to the Breakfast Club about moving past her beef with Lil' Kim, the huge rock on her finger and a Beyonce collaboration.
  • In honor of their four year wedding anniversary, Beyonce has released over 150 never-before-seen pictures of herself and Jay-Z chronicling their almost ten year relationship.

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  • Get your first look at baby Nickolas. Jencarlos Canela and Gaby Espino are on the cover of People en Español with their newborn son.
  • Rihanna would like you to please stop making a big deal about her recent re-connection with Chris Brown. The 24-year-old singer recently told Elle magazine: "People end up wasting their time on the blogs or whatever, ranting away, and that's all right. I don't hate them for it," adding, "I'm still going to do what I want to do."

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