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Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller to co-direct “Sin City” sequel

Director Robert Rodriguez and comics writer Frank Miller have joined forces to start production on a sequel to "Sin City". continue reading »

Blog del Narco: Women Tortured, Executed and Left at Dump in Guerrero

A woman about 30 years old was killed and her body was left near the community of El 20, in the town of Costa Grande. The unidentified body is in the facilities of the Forensic Medical Service (Semefo) waiting to be claimed. It is reported that the female bodies hands were tied with a yellow rope continue reading »

Fatty Meals Could Trigger Inflammation for Diabetics

People with type 2 disease had more sign of heart risk factor, study says. High-fat meals might boost inflammation in people with type 2 diabetes, a new study says. continue reading »

Plane Crash in Peru Kills Two Air Force Officers

Two Peruvian air force officers died Friday when their small aircraft crashed at a base in Pisco province, north of Lima, the military said. The accident occurred at 1:20 p.m., the police chief in the continue reading »

Colombian Hen May Break Guinness Record with 245-gram Egg (VIDEO)

Hernando Nino, owner of Altamira ranch in Colombia and of the now famous hen, is convinced 245-gram egg is the biggest of its kind and will break the Guinness Record. continue reading »

Cuban Migrants Rescued by Mexican Navy off the Coast of Isla Mujeres

Six Cuban migrants were rescued over the weekend off the Mexican coast, the navy said Monday. The migrants were found Sunday east of Isla Mujeres, off the continue reading »

119 Injured in Peru from 6.2 Magnitude Earthquake

The magnitude-6.2 earthquake that struck southern Peru's Ica region early Monday left 119 people injured and damaged 16 homes, authorities said. continue reading »

U.S. Immigration Services Improves Access to Legal Counsel for Immigrants

During its nine-year history, issues have arisen with respect to restrictions on counsel by the Department of Homeland Security’s immigration agencies. Tuesday, in response to calls from the American Immigration Council and the American Immigration Lawyers Association continue reading »

Victor Cruz-ing to NFL Stardom

New Yorker’s are thanking an unlikely hero, Victor Cruz, for the Giants slot in the N.F.C. East conference. Thank to this Puerto Rican wonder, who helped authored the 31-14 win over Dallas Cowboys yesterday. continue reading »

Eric Garcia of New York Named ‘Businessman of the Year’ by NYC Hispanic Chamber of

Spanish Broadcasting System, Inc. (SBS) (Nasdaq: SBSA) VP of SBS New York Sales, Eric Garcia, has been named the "Sales Businessman of the Year" by the New York Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. continue reading »

Father Moises Garcia Has Daughter Returned After Being Taken to Japan by Mother

A Wisconsin father had a very Merry Christmas this year, after his daughter, who had been taken to Japan by her mother, was finally brought back to him after a years-long custody battle. continue reading »

Donate $3 to Obama’s Campaign and You Could Win a Dinner With Eva Longoria

Actress Eva Longoria says she will have dinner and an "intimate conversation" on how to help U.S. President Barack Obama win reelection in 2012 with the winners of a raffle which people can enter by making at least a small contribution to his reelection campaign. continue reading »

Artist Enrique Gomez De Molina Arrested for Using Endangered Animals to Make Odd Taxidermy Art

A shall we say “creative” taxidermist/artist is facing up to five years in jail and a hefty fine for importing bits and pieces and well as full bodies or protected or endangered animals. continue reading »

Carlos Beltran Signs 2-Year $26 Million Contract with St. Louis Cardinals

Carlos Beltran has signed a two-year contract with the St. Louis Cardinals pending results of a physical. A source has said the deal is worth a guaranteed $26 million and contains total no-trade protection. continue reading »

Federal Judge Blocks Part of South Carolina’s Immigration Law

A mandate that police verify the immigration status of people they suspect are undocumented is one of several provisions of South Carolina's immigration law that were blocked on Thursday by a federal judge. continue reading »

Peru to Allow Lori Berenson to Spend Holidays in the U.S.

Lori Berenson, an American who is on parole after serving most of a 20-year prison sentence for aiding leftist rebels, was given permission Monday by the Peruvian immigration service to travel to the United States. continue reading »

Teen Latina Honored for Saving Boy Attacked by Dogs

Teenager Gabriela Ramos was honored by officials of the Border Patrol's El Paso Sector for saving a 7-year-old boy from an attack by two savage dogs. continue reading »

CALIFORNIA: Latina Teen Makes Up Kidnapping, Sex Trafficking Story to Hide Pregnancy

A California teen is in serious trouble after lying to her family about being kidnapped by sex traffickers all in an attempt to hide to that she was pregnant. Now, law enforcement is asking that her family pay for the hoax. continue reading »

Mexican Immigrant Deported While on Dialysis, Returns to the U.S.

An undocumented Mexican who has lived in the United States for more than 20 years and was deported last month while undergoing dialysis treatments has obtained a humanitarian visa that allowed him to reenter this country. continue reading »

Albert Pujols Leaving St. Louis, Signs With Los Angeles Angels in $250 Million Deal

The St. Louis Cardinals are saying goodbye to first baseman Albert Pujols, after he agreed to a last minute offer from the Los Angeles Angels in Anaheim. continue reading »