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El Tiempo

AIR DATE: July 16, 2009

Judge Sonia Sotomayor continues to be grilled by the senate Judiciary Committee during her confirmation hearings in Washington. The Supreme Court nominee has been questioned about her views on abortion, racism and her now infamous "wise Latina" remark. That's just one of the stories being followed closely by Spanish language newspaper El Tiempo. Hernando Amaya, editor of El Tiempo, and El Tiempo reporter Michelle Booth join us.

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