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TuesdayApril 30, 2013

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Miguel and Mariah Carey Team Up for “#Beautiful”- Watch the Teaser (VIDEO)

Miguel and Mariah Carey Team Up for “#Beautiful”- Watch the Teaser (VIDEO)

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Mariah Carey and Miguel have reportedly been working on a new single, “#Beautiful” and a teaser trailer for the new track has been released.

Though the American Idol judge and R&B crooner haven’t given us much,  it sounds like this track could be another hit for both of them.

Check out the teaser below.

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Michelle Rodriguez Returns for ‘Fast & Furious 6’ (VIDEO)

Michelle Rodriguez Returns for ‘Fast & Furious 6’ (VIDEO)

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Badass and beautiful Latina Michelle Rodriguez is back for Fast & Furious 6 and the most recent trailer for the film reminds us why we love her.

In the Fast Five we were led to believe Rodriguez’s character, Letty Ortiz, is shot and killed. At the very end of the film, however, photographic evidence reveals she may not be dead after all.

Vin Diesel, Paul Walker, Jordana Brewster, Elsa Pataky, Sung Kang, Ludacris, Tyrese Gibson, and Dwayne Johnson return to the franchise, while Jason Statham, Luke Evans, and Gina Carano join the cast.

Watch the final trailer for Fast & Furious 6, out in theaters May 24.

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States Move Forward To Allow Undocumented Immigrants To Drive Legally

States Move Forward To Allow Undocumented Immigrants To Drive Legally

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In a stark change from the harmful measures that swept across states in previous years, 2013 has started out as a good year for immigration reform at the state level. Lawmakers continue to push for pro-immigrant policies to help immigrants already living in the U.S., while the Georgia legislature’s passage of an anti-immigrant bill stands out as an outlier instead of the norm. There have been resolutions endorsing the need for immigration reform and bipartisan support for allowing undocumented immigrants to pay in-state tuition at state colleges and universities. And in several states, lawmakers either have passed or are pushing for policy changes so that undocumented immigrants can apply for driver’s licenses.

While we’re waiting for reform at the federal level, state driver’s license efforts will allow immigrants to drive legally and make the roads safer for us all.

In Oregon, for example, the state Senate approved a bill by a 20-7 vote that would grant short-term driver’s licenses to undocumented immigrants. That is a significant change from five years ago when Oregon state legislators passed a measure requiring proof of citizenship or lawful residency to get a license. The bill now goes to the House for consideration. The Colorado Senate also passed legislation allowing undocumented immigrants to apply for driver’s licenses. The policy change would create a separate category of driver’s licenses for undocumented immigrants that would be marked to “specify that the license is not valid for federal purposes, voting or public benefits.” Despite amendments to the bill before it passed, advocates said the bill still accomplishes its purpose. “The end result is still a driver’s license that will be accepted by law enforcement in our state,” said Tania Valenza, a volunteer with Driver’s Licenses for All. Outside of these two states, lawmakers are still considering driver’s license bills in California and Texas, while Democrats in Connecticut are renewing their push for the measure. Residents in Illinois, New Mexico, and Washington already can apply for driver’s licenses regardless of immigration status, and Utah allows undocumented immigrants to have driver’s permits, which cannot be used for identification.

On top of efforts in state legislatures for undocumented immigrants to have driver’s licenses, governors or state officials in every state except Arizona and Nebraska have confirmed that undocumented immigrants who receive temporary legal status through Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) policy can apply for driver’s licenses.

Having a driver’s license enables undocumented immigrants who have lived in the U.S. for years to go to work, take their children to school, and generally get around without fear of deportation for driving without a license. And allowing undocumented immigrants to apply for driver’s licenses could help public safety. Having drivers be licensed and insured helps to make roads safer. In Illinois, for example, uninsured drivers were estimated to cost $64 million in damage claims. Additionally, a study released in January by the California Department of Motor Vehicles found that unlicensed drivers in the state – most of whom are undocumented immigrants – are three times more likely to be involved in a fatal car accident. But having drivers meet “modest requirements necessary to get a license,” like passing a written exam and driving test, could help reduce the number of fatalities, the report suggested. Some advocates and officials told the Los Angeles Times earlier this year that the study bolsters the case for why the state should permit undocumented immigrants to apply for driver’s licenses.

There is much to be done at the federal level to improve U.S. immigration policy as a whole, but these changes at the state level are complementary to national immigration reform efforts. The Senate has already held a hearing on the Gang of Eight’s immigration bill, and other measures could be introduced in the House. But in the meantime, state driver’s license efforts will allow immigrants to drive legally and make the roads safer for us all.

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Blog del Narco: U.S. Offered to Capture Chapo Guzman, Journalist Says

Blog del Narco: U.S. Offered to Capture Chapo Guzman, Journalist Says

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The United States offered to capture drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman in a “simple, fast and surgical” operation that would take 15 minutes, but the Mexican military opposed the plan, journalist Jesus Esquivel said in an interview with Efe.

“The U.S. intelligence services have located him, they know where he is and are ready to trap him,” Esquivel said.

Esquivel, Proceso magazine’s correspondent in Washington, is promoting his book “La DEA en Mexico.”

President Felipe Calderon, who governed Mexico from 2006 to 2012, wanted the United States to capture the top boss of the Sinaloa drug cartel, but the Mexican army and navy “were opposed and stopped the operation” because only U.S. personnel would take part, Esquivel said.

Esquivel interviewed Drug Enforcement Administration agent Jose Baeza, who told him the DEA provided the Mexican government on two occasions with all the information it needed to capture Guzman, but the drug lord got away both times in four-wheel drive vehicles in the mountains.

The Mexican government knows where Guzman is hiding because it has received intelligence reports from the DEA and other agencies, as well as information from its own military and civilian intelligence services, and officials have a list of the drug lord’s properties, Esquivel said.

The Pentagon prepared a plan to capture Guzman in an operation similar to the one that ended with the death of Osama bin Laden in Pakistan, Esquivel said.

“Washington has not discarded the plan” and will propose it to Enrique Peña Nieto, who became Mexico’s president on Dec. 1, the journalist said.

“The capture of this drug trafficker, if the Mexicans allow it, would be as easy as taking candy from a baby,” Esquivel said.

The United States considers this mission a “priority” because Guzman is the leader of the world’s most powerful criminal organization, Esquivel said, citing a U.S. Treasury Department analysis.

Mexican government intelligence reports, as well as DEA, CIA and FBI reports, have concluded that the Sinaloa cartel is the largest exporter of illegal drugs to both the United States and countries in Latin America, Europe, Africa and Asia.

The United States offered a reward of $5 million for information leading to the arrest of Guzman, who is considered extremely dangerous, in 2004, while the Mexican government put a price of 30 million pesos (about $2.4 million) on the drug lord’s head.

Durango, which forms Mexico’s so-called “Golden Triangle” of the narcotics trade with Chihuahua and Sinaloa states, is considered one of the likely hiding places of Guzman, who was arrested in Guatemala in 1993 and pulled off a Hollywood-style jailbreak when he escaped from the Puente Grande maximum-security prison in the western state of Jalisco on Jan. 19, 2001.

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World’s Largest Glassmaker, Mexico’s Vitro, Plans $146M Investment

World’s Largest Glassmaker, Mexico’s Vitro, Plans $146M Investment

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Mexico’s Vitro, one of the world’s largest glassmakers, said it planned to invest 1.77 billion pesos ($146 million) in different projects this year.

“The authorized amount represents an increase of 65 percent compared to the investment carried out in 2012,” Vitro chairman Adrian Sada Gonzalez said in a filing with securities regulators.

The investment will be used to boost capacity at the Envases y Vidrio Automotriz unit, as well as to improve equipment and facilities, in an effort to consolidate the company’s market-leading position, Sada said.

Vitro posted outstanding results in 2012, with net consolidated revenues up 10.3 percent to 23.11 billion pesos ($1.9 billion), CEO Adrian Sada Cueva said.

Earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA) rose 6.2 percent to 4.48 billion pesos ($368 million), Sada Cueva said.

Vitro will pump 80 percent of its investment into projects in Mexico, focusing on increasing production and modernizing plants, Sada Cueva said.

Vitro, which was founded in 1909 in the northern city of Monterrey, is Mexico’s largest producer of glass products for industrial, construction and household use.

The company has plants and distribution centers in 10 countries in the Americas and Europe, exporting its products to 50 nations.

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Spain’s El Celler de Can Roca Named ‘World’s Best Restaurant’

Spain’s El Celler de Can Roca Named ‘World’s Best Restaurant’

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Each year Restaurant magazine releases its list of The World’s Best Restaurants. This year, the three Roca brothers’ El Cerrer de Can Roca took the top prize.

Last year, the Rocas’ restaurant came in at No. 2 behind Copenhagen restaurant Nome, which had held the top spot four years in a row.

Restaurants from Spain, Brazil, Mexico, and Peru also made the 2013 list, with D.O.M. in Brazil winning best in South America and Eleven Madison Park winning best in U.S.A.

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Unprecedented Discovery at Teotihuacan – Hundreds of Mysterious Spheres

Unprecedented Discovery at Teotihuacan – Hundreds of Mysterious Spheres

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Mexico’s National Anthropology and History Institute’s use of modern technology is paying off with the unprecedented discovery of hundreds of ancient spheres underneath the Temple of the Plumed Serpent pyramid.

A robot was placed inside a narrow tunnel discovered under ‘Quetzalcoatl’, the indigenous name for the Plumed Serpent pyramid, to better explore the 330-foot cluttered tunnel.  The actual tunnel was discovered in 2003 after a rain storm.

The robot utilized 3D and infrared technology to undercover these mysterious spheres inside internal chambers that had never been excavated.  Mexican archaeologists are reporting that the spheres range in size from 1.5 to 5 inches and are covered by a yellow material thought to be pyrite, a metallic ore. 

Additional exploration of the tunnel, with two side chambers, is expected to produce more unique finds.  Fortunately the tunnel is well preserved, since it is believed to have been untouched for over 2,000 years

The pyramid is one of several structures located in Mexico’s ancient city of Teotihuacan established by indigenous people around 100 B.C. and mysteriously abandoned in 700 A.D.  Teotihuacan, which means “the place where the gods were created” is one of the largest, preserved pre-Colombian cities in existence.  The ancient ruins are located 30 miles north-east of Mexico City and is one of the oldest known archaeological sites in all of Mexico.

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Did Cristiano Ronaldo Cheat with a Miss BumBum Brasil Runner-Up?

Did Cristiano Ronaldo Cheat with a Miss BumBum Brasil Runner-Up?

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Cristiano Ronaldo has found himself in the middle of a cheating scandal after the runner-up in Brazil’s Miss BumBum contest claimed she and Ronaldo were sleeping together.

The Real Madrid star has been dating Sports Illustrated swimsuit model Irina Shayk for three years, but is rumored to have had an illicit affair with Andressa Urach.

Urach claims she an Ronaldo exchanged numerous sexually explicit text messages prior to meeting up for sex.

The Brazilian butt model told The Sun, ‘He was obsessed with my butt.’ Adding, ‘…His body’s perfect, like a Greek god. He went on for hours and would not stop talking about my butt.’

The Miss BumBum Brasil competition pitted 27 women (and their butts) against each other, one from each of Brazil’s Federative Units. After online voting narrowed it down to 15 finalists the ladies were flown to Sao Paulo for the finale. In November, Urach was announced the runner-up in the butt competition.

Urach claims she and Ronaldo slept together at Hotel Villa Magna on April 22, just one day before Shayk was seen leaving a Madrid restaurant apparently furious.

Ronaldo says he was at the hotel, but was giving an interview to Manu Sainz, “something the reporter himself is able to corroborate.” He calls the story “pure fiction and forgery.”

The soccer player also tweeted:

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First Child Born in Spanish Village in 45 Years

First Child Born in Spanish Village in 45 Years

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A village in Spain had been without children for 45 years, but that recently changed when a couple moved to the village so their child could grow up with her grandparents.

Beatriz and Iker recently moved to the small, and shrinking, village of Los Giles in Spain’s Almeria province.

Los Giles had not had a birth in 45 years, primarily due to the fact that the village of only 60 is mostly elderly men and women.

By giving birth to baby girl Ainara three weeks ago, Beatriz and Iker have reportedly brought great joy to the village.

Beatriz says nearly everyone in the village has gotten to hold Ainara, and is glad her daughter will get to “grow up close to nature.”

Prior to Ainara’s birth, no baby had ben born in the small village since 1968.

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Top Five Broadway Plays with Most Tony Nominations Are??

Top Five Broadway Plays with Most Tony Nominations Are??

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This morning the names of the this year’s Tony nominees were announced by Jesse Tyler Ferguson (Modern Family) and Sutton Foster.  The following Broadway theatrical productions received the most nominations across different categories – make sure you go see these highly praised productions if you can. 

Click here to read the entire list of nominations.

The 2013 Tony Award will air live from Radio City Music Hall on CBS on June 9. 

13 Nominations:  Kinky Boots
‘Kinky Boots’ is based on a book written by Broadway superstar Harvey Fierstein with musical score by 80’s pop musician Cyndi Lauper.  This original production tells the story of shoe factory owner Charlie Price trying to figure out how to keep the doors open when he meets Lola, a stiletto loving entertainer.  The play just topped $1 million in ticket receipts last week. 
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12 Nominations:  Matilda the Musical
Matilda the Musical made its premiere as a Royal Shakespeare Company production which is based on the novel by Roald Dahl.  The play tells the story of young Matilda who dreams of changing her destiny through the power of imagination.  This is Royal Shakespeare’s first Broadway production in 15 years.  It has been a critics favorite from day one.
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Brazil Charges 60 Police with Corruption for Demanding Bribes

Brazil Charges 60 Police with Corruption for Demanding Bribes

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Authorities in the Brazilian state of Rio de Janeiro on Tuesday launched an operation to arrest 78 people, including 60 police officers, accused of making up a corruption network that extorted bribes from street vendors and drivers of gypsy cabs.

The arrest warrants were requested during the course of an investigation begun six months ago by the intelligence division of the state public safety department.

The majority of the police officers accused of corruption belong to the 14th Battalion, which is responsible for guaranteeing public order in Bangu, a broad region in western Rio de Janeiro where several parapolice bands operate.

Investigators verified via court-authorized video surveillance and wiretaps the existence of a network devoted to extorting street vendors in Bangu and the nearby neighborhood of Honorio Gurgel.

“We have videos in which the police officers (are) receiving money from the businessmen and afterwards dividing it in official vehicles. This is all documented,” said the assistant secretary of intelligence, Favio Galvao.

The cops demanded bribes from the vendors to allow them to sell pirated products and stolen items and from some motorcycle owners to allow them to offer services as taxi drivers despite lacking licenses to do so.

Police are also accused of distributing among different vendors pirated products seized in operations against those vendors who refused to pay the bribes.

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Mexican PRI Politician Living VERY Well in Spain After Scandal

Mexican PRI Politician Living VERY Well in Spain After Scandal

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A former Coahuila Gov. and Institutional Revolutionary Party, or PRI, chairman is living in an upscale community outside the northeastern Spanish city of Barcelona and paying monthly rent of 3,500 euros (about $4,580), the Mexican press reported Monday.

Humberto Moreira is living in a six-room house that has a two-level library, indoor swimming pool and six bathrooms, the Reforma newspaper reported.

Moreira told the daily that he was paying for the property with the salary he draws as a teacher and savings.

The PRI politician, who has been a teacher for 27 years, said in an interview with Reforma that he was enrolled at the Autonomous University of Barcelona, or UAB, and working toward a master’s degree in communications and education.

Moreira told the newspaper that Mexico’s SNTE teachers union awarded him a scholarship that covers the cost of the program.

Former SNTE president Elba Esther Gordillo was arrested in February on charges that she misappropriated the labor organization’s funds.

Moreira’s classmates describe him as “an approachable and easygoing person, but they acknowledged that he did not party with them because he was a married man with a family,” the newspaper said.

Moreira said he had planned “to get back into politics” in Mexico, but the Oct. 3, 2012, murder of his son, Jose Eduardo, by suspected members of the Los Zetas drug cartel working with corrupt police officers, changed “the compass reading.”

The 25-year-old Jose Eduardo was regional coordinator of social development programs for the violence-wracked state of Coahuila.

Moreira is living in Valldoreix, an upscale bedroom community for Sant Cugat del Valles, with his wife and daughters, collecting a salary from the SNTE.

Former soccer player Hristo Stoichkov, retired tennis star Alex Corretja and swimmer Gemma Mengual all made Valldoreix their home at one point, Reforma said.

Humberto Moreira, who served as Coahuila’s governor from 2005 to 2011, became PRI chairman after leaving office.

He resigned on Dec. 2, 2011, amid a scandal over allegedly improper contracting during his time as governor of that state.

Moreira’s resignation was prompted by statements made a day earlier by then-candidate and now President Enrique Peña Nieto, a member of the PRI, that the controversy over the surge in Coahuila’s public debt had hurt the party.

Peña Nieto took office on Dec. 1, vowing that the PRI was a new party far removed from the legacy of corruption it built while governing Mexico from 1929 to 2000.

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Argentine and Vatican Jointly Issue Official Stamps of Pope Francis

Argentine and Vatican Jointly Issue Official Stamps of Pope Francis

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Pope Francis was honored today with the presentation of the official stamps honoring the beginning of his pontificate.  The stamps were jointly issued by the Vatican and Argentine, the Pope’s home country. 

The Pope Francis I stamps will come four to a set with over 200,000 available for purchase. 

The Vatican has approved special-edition stamps and the minting of special coins to celebrate March 13, 2013 when Archbishop Jorge Mario Bergoglio was elevated to Pope. 

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Supreme Court Refuses to Hear Alabama’s Appeal to Enforce Harsh Immigration Laws

Supreme Court Refuses to Hear Alabama’s Appeal to Enforce Harsh Immigration Laws

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Yesterday, the U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear Alabama’s request to overturn a lower federal court ruling that prevents the enforcement of the state’s tough immigration laws

Last year the 11th Circuit Court of Appeal ruled that Alabama could not impose immigration law in the state because that was the preview of the federal government.  Alabama disagreed with the ruling and appealed to the Supreme Court.

Alabama’s HB 56 called for schools to verify the immigration status of newly enrolled K – 12 students and required immigrants to carry registration documents while banning the undocumented from entering into contracts while living in the country illegally.

The 11th Circuit Court of Appeals did uphold provisions in Alabama’s immigration law allowing police to check the immigration status of anyone they suspect to be in the country illegally.  Alabama police have been checking immigration status since September of 2011.

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Bolivian President Evo Morales Can Seek Unprecedented Third Term Constitutional Court Says

Bolivian President Evo Morales Can Seek Unprecedented Third Term Constitutional Court Says

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Bolivia’s Constitutional Court ruled Monday that President Evo Morales can seek a third term in the December 2014 elections.

Chief Judge Ruddy Flores told a press conference that the court’s decision came in response to a question from Congress.

The verdict supports the position of Morales and Vice President Alvaro Garcia Linera that their current term, which began in 2010, should be considered their first under the new constitution that took effect in 2009.

“The state has been refounded as a plurinational state, and this refounding has emerged from a constituting power that has generated a new political constitution of the state that contemplates a new order in the application of the constitution,” Flores told reporters.

The 2009 constitution limits the president to two consecutive terms, but Morales has always claimed that his 2006-2010 administration should not count toward that limit since it took place before the refounding of his country and did not complete the legal five-year period.

The leftist president has yet to declare himself a candidate in the 2014 election.

If he were to seek and win a third term, Morales would govern Bolivia until 2020, becoming the Andean nation’s longest-serving head of state.

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Classic Taxis of Havana Now Face Competition From Private Services

Classic Taxis of Havana Now Face Competition From Private Services

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Havana’s taxis, most of them vintage American cars that have traditionally shared the service they offer, for the first time in decades face the unusual situation of having to compete for passengers, following a boom in licenses for private cab drivers.

In a city where problems of public transport are chronic, it is strange to see cabs looking for passengers and not the other way around, but the sudden appearance of hundreds of new taxis over the past two years has changed everything.

Licenses for private taxi drivers has allowed some traditional routes to give better service and even some new ones to be opened, but drivers who have been in the business for a long time complain that there is now “a lot of pressure.”

“There’s more competition, so you have to get tough and race to pick up passengers, which makes the work more dangerous,” Pupy, a 52-year-old cabby who drives a 1957 Chrysler, told Efe.

Of the almost 400,000 private licenses registered in the country up to last December, 11 percent are in the field of transport and a large number are concentrated in Havana.

“There are too many cars from whatever province of Cuba working here, and Havana isn’t ready for that, there aren’t the streets or the infrastructure,” Hector, another taxi driver with 15 years’ experience, said.

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Liga MX: America, Atlas, Tigres Lead at 16 Weeks

Liga MX: America, Atlas, Tigres Lead at 16 Weeks

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America, Tigres and Atlas are clustered together atop the Liga MX 16 weeks into the Clausura season, while Queretaro - despite winning its weekend match - has been relegated.

America won 4-2 on the road against Pachuca thanks to a hat trick by Christian Benitez, Tigres lost 1-0 to Monterrey and Atlas battled to a 1-1 draw with Puebla.

The weekend’s results left the three top clubs with 32 points each, though America has an advantage on goal differential.

In other action, Morelia edged Toluca 2-1, Cruz Azul beat Santos Laguna 1-0, Leon topped Atlante 1-0, San Luis blanked Tijuana 1-0, Pumas thumped Chiapas 3-0 and Queretaro were 2-1 winners over Guadalajara.

America’s Benitez leads the scoring derby with 12 goals, followed by Hector Mancilla of Morelia with 10 and Emanuel Villa of Tigres with nine.

Week 17 matchups include Chiapas-Pachuca, Tijuana-Guadalajara, America-Tigres, Monterrey-Cruz Azul, Santos Laguna-Morelia, Atlas-Leon, Toluca-San Luis and Atlante-Pumas.

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TuesdayApril 30, 2013