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Arizona Immigration Agent Arrested for Harboring Undocumented Migrants

An employee of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement was arrested on charges she allowed her Arizona home to be used as a hideout for undocumented immigrants smuggled across the border from Mexico, authorities said. continue reading »

Nicaragua Partners With TACA Airlines To Promote Tourism on Expedia

The Nicaraguan Tourism Board has launched a partnership with TACA, a leading airline in Latin America, to drive travel bookings to Nicaragua on Expedia.com, the world's leading online travel company. continue reading »

El Salvador Utilizing Ocean Monitors to Prevent Natural Disasters

El Salvador's Environment and Natural Resources Ministry has installed two oceanographic stations in the Pacific to monitor waves and currents, allowing the country to be better prepared for potential disasters, officials said. continue reading »

Tequila Party Responds to Recent Supreme Court Decision to Arizona SB 1070

The National Tequila Party Movement responded to the Supreme Court’s June 2012 decision with regard to SB 1070 when they wrote: continue reading »

LatAm Hopes to Boost Regional Development by Focusing on Cultural Identities, Tradition

Latin American culture ministers are promoting an agenda based on strengthening their countries' identities and restoring their traditions as a fundamental element of regional development. continue reading »

Blog del Narco: Columbia- FARC Rebels Confirm Peace Talks in Rap Song!

The Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos recently announced that his government was getting ready to negotiate with Farc rebels. The guerillas have been quiet about confirming the claims, until now. continue reading »

Royal Caribbean Cruise Ship Rescues 58 Haitians Adrift Off of Mexico

Royal Caribbean's Allure of the Seas rescued a group of 58 Haitians found adrift in a makeshift wooden vessel in the Caribbean, Mexican authorities said. continue reading »

Mexican Police Liberate 10 Kidnap Victims, Arrest 5 Zeta Members

Mexican federal police rescued 10 kidnap victims in the northern city of Saltillo and arrested five suspected members of a cell of the notorious Los Zetas drug cartel, including a minor, officials said. continue reading »

Blog del Narco: Hit Men Execute Three at Party in Taxco, Guerrero (PHOTO WARNING)

Three men were killed when an armed group burst into a party in the city of Taxco while wounding several others during an attack early yesterday morning. The incident took place in the 57 Consitución Street neighborhood of San Miguel, between 12:30 and 1:30 am on Monday continue reading »

Blog del Narco: Third Waitress Shot Dead (Photo Warning)

The body of a woman with at least five bullet wounds in different parts of the body was found on the road linking the town of Riva Palacio, Michoacan, Cutzamala de Pinzon, Guerrero. The woman was taken to the hospital where she was later identified as Angelica Perez Garcia, 25 years old from Amuco de la Reforma, municipality of Coyuca de Catalan and avecindada in Cd Altamirano, where she worked as a waitress. continue reading »

Blog del Narco: Sinaloa Cartel Tortures and Executes Alleged Traitor

A man labeled a traitor to the Sinaloa Cartel was found with arms taped back, gagged, his head covered with a shirt, and with visible traces of having been tortured and executed by a shot in the head in the town of Navolato. The body was under a cotton tree, within a farmland near the ejido La Bandera, and left a message written on a card phosphorescent, where X marked him traitor. continue reading »

Blog del Narco: Two Drug Cartels Clash- Leaving 8 Dead

A clash between suspected members of two drug cartels resulted in eight people being killed in the southern state of Mexico. Among the deceased that could be identified is Paul Jaimes Castrejon, aka The Sow, alleged leader of the drug cartel, according to local police reports. continue reading »

Over 1 Million Cubans Suffering From Water-Supply Issues

More than 1,159,000 Cubans are currently suffering the effects of water-supply problems on the island, a state television news report said. continue reading »

RUBIO WATCH- STARS Act Highlights Potential Pitfalls of Rubio DREAM Proposal

When news broke yesterday that a Florida congressman introduced an alternative version of the DREAM Act, many assumed it was Sen. Marco Rubio, who has been promising for months to introduce such legislation. In fact, the bill in question—dubbed the STARS Act—was introduced by Rep. continue reading »

Mexican Gay Pride Parade Draws 30,000 Attendees

Thousands of people and about 30 floats took part in Mexico's 34th Gay Pride Parade in the capital, where a concert marked the end of the event. continue reading »

Selena Gomez’s Hacker Gareth Crosskey Sentenced to 12 Months in Jail

The man who hacked Selena Gomez’s Facebook account has been sentenced to 12 months in jail. On May 16, 21-year-old Gareth Crosskey of Great Britain was sentence to a year in jail after he pled guilty to crimes under Britain’s Computer Misuse Act. continue reading »

LATINO BLOTTER: Man Claims to be Millionaire but Can’t Pay $500 Stripper Bill

A Connecticut man has been arrested for not paying a strip club bill, despite claims he and his family are worth millions and had ties to the White House. continue reading »

Many Women Still Smoke During Pregnancy

New study finds white moms-to-be are more likely to light up than blacks, Hispanics. Too many American women still smoke during their pregnancies, a new report finds, a continue reading »

Will Jessic Sanchez be the Next ‘American Idol’?  (VIDEO)

On Wednesday night's "American Idol", Jessica Sanchez and fellow contestants chose songs MTV called "obscure" or "the most obvious choices possible." Now down to the final four, it's continue reading »

Jobless Rate in Spain Climbs Above 24 Percent

The ranks of Spain's unemployed expanded by nearly 366,000 in the first quarter to a record 5.63 million, or 24.44 percent of the workforce, the government said Friday. continue reading »