daily dos: Sensato and Pitbull's new video, J. Lo's house party and Marco Rubio says he's not a savior

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daily dos: Sensato and Pitbull's new video, J. Lo's house party and Marco Rubio says he's not a savior

  • Nine out of 10 Americans support background checks on all gun sales, according to a poll by Quinnipiac University. More than 50 percent of those polled support a ban on the sale of assault weapons.
  • February is heart awareness month, and doctors say that Latinas, who have one of the highest obesity rates in the U.S., should be conscious about their heart health. Dr. Juan Rivera: "Heart attacks kill five times more women than breast cancer."
  • Southern California law enforcement officials are on a manhunt for Christopher Dorner, a former Los Angeles Police officer wanted for a double murder. Dorner, who allegedly committed the murder to retaliate against his former LAPD supervisors, left behind a "manifesto" in which he states he will target more police officers. Two separate shootings involving officers (one officer died) are believed to be connected to Dorner.
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  • Florida Senator Marco Rubio has taken issue with Time magazine for proclaiming he is the "Republican Savior." Rubio, who is Catholic, took to Twitter and posted his reaction: "There is only one savior, and it is not me. #Jesus."
  • Pitbull confesses while Sensato carries on with mass in a new video, "Confesión."
  • One big happy family: Jennifer Lopez tweeted a photo of a birthday celebration for Marc Anthony's oldest son, Cristian, attended by Lopez, her boyfriend Casper Smart, ex-husband Marc Anthony, and Anthony's ex-girlfriend, Shannon de Lima. "Happy Birthday Cristian. House party. Familia," wrote Lopez.
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