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STUDY:  Minorities and Women Make Best Hedge Fund Managers

Want an annualized return of 7.5% over three years or 9.1% over the last five? Then make sure your hedge fund is run by a woman or minority. continue reading »

GSA Launches Mobile Version of GobiernoUSA.gov

Spanish-speakers now have easy access to popular government programs and services on their mobile devices, where and when they need it. continue reading »

South Lawndale Neighborhood Sees Third Homicide This Year

Tuesday, in Chicago's South Lawndale neighborhood, police report that the third person this year has been killed. On the 2500 block of South Sacramento Avenue, a 24-year-old man was stabbed to death, say officers. continue reading »

San Diego Murder-For-Hire Case Shows “Glaring Example of Cross-Border Violence.”

A recent murder-for-hire case has highlighted what one attorney called a “glaring example of cross-border violence.” Allegedly, Juan Sillas, one of the most violent hit men out of Tijuana, Mexico offered $25,000 ($4,000 in advance) to a street gang in San Diego to murder a California couple. continue reading »

Self-Described Tequila Party of Nevada Founder Running for Las Vegas Mayor

Running for Las Vegas mayor is the self-named leader of the Tequila Party of Nevada, a Hispanic political party whose members, just like the Tea Party, has broken away from their original party affiliations. Some however, are questioning whether his run is only to help his bar’s business. continue reading »

DUI Strike Force Patrol in the Harrison (11th) District

The Chicago Police Department will conduct a DUI Strike Force Patrol in the Harrison (011th) District beginning at 8:00 p.m., Friday, February 25, 2011 and ending at 4:00 a.m. on Saturday, February 26, 2011. DUI continue reading »

Rep. David Rivera’s Relationship with Politcal Consultant Raising Campaign Finance Questions

While state and local officials look into the personal finances of freshman Rep. David Rivera (R-FL) as well as his campaign accounts, they have also begun looking at his relationship with political consultant Esther Nuhfer, who has received $817,000 in fees from Rivera’s campaigns and affiliated political committees since 2006. continue reading »

Few Minority Students Studying Abroad, Educators Want to Change This

Educators are pushing for more students of color to study abroad, and are helping students work out the finances to take part in what many call a “once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.” continue reading »

In 2010, 190 Mexico City Youth Took Their Lives After Being Bullied

A foundation out of Mexico City has stated that at least 190 youths from the city took their own lives in 2010. Mexico’s Movement Foundation (MF) director Trixia Valle told those attending Mexico’s Citizen Council for Public Security and Law Enforcement that the majority of these young people took their lives after being bullied at school. continue reading »

Computerization of USCIS Immigration Files Taking Longer Than Expected

Behind schedule and over budget, the plan for the computerization of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services’ files has clearly not gone according to plan. continue reading »

Florida Man Arrested For Sexually Assaulting Roommate’s Chihuahua

Animal cruelty charges have been filed against a Florida man who allegedly sexually assaulted his roommate’s tiny pet dog. Thursday, Tomas Bautista, 40, was arrested after his drunken night led to the sick violation of his roommate’s chihuahua said Broward County sheriff’s department in Oakland Park, Florida. continue reading »

Gates Foundation, Univision and Other Partners Stressing Importance of Education for Latinos

Univision today unveiled the second phase of its highly successful, multi-platform education initiative, Es El Momento (The Moment is Now). The initiative's second phase highlights the importance of children h continue reading »

Thousands Come Out to Protest in Texas Against 60 Proposed Anti-Immigration Bills

Hundreds of immigrants, students, advocates and military members come out in protest at the Texas state capital, against the various bills being proposed on immigration. The theme of the protest rally was “Texas Can do Better.” continue reading »

Only One Week Left for Ice Skating at McCormick Place

Hurry to McCormick Place for free skating before March 1st! continue reading »

98 Service Members Become U.S. Citizens in Kandahar, Afghanistan, 4 have Purple Hearts

Three officers from the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) district office in Bangkok, Thailand, traveled to Kandahar Airfield in Afghanistan to naturalize 98 soldiers, sailors and Marines during a ceremony on Jan. 29. continue reading »

Hispanic Man Falsely Imprisoned for 18 Yrs Due to Prosecutorial Misconduct Sues New York City

Mr. Fernando Bermudez, through the Law Offices of Michael S. Lamonsoff, filed a federal lawsuit in the Southern District of New York continue reading »

Latest Investigation into 40-Year-Old Death of Chicano Activist Ruben Salazar Released

The case of a Los Angeles Times columnist who was killed over four decades ago when he was hit in the head with a tear gas projectile has found its way in to the news once more, and the office of Independent Review for the Sheriff’s department released the results of its investigation Tuesday. continue reading »

Hispanics, African Americans Hit Hardest by Recession, but Remain Most Optimistic About Future

Though everyone in America has felt the impact of the recession, Hispanics and African Americans have been hit the hardest. Yet somehow, the two groups are the most optimistic. continue reading »

New Mexico Fails to Repeal Drivers Licenses for Undocumented Immigrants

The State in New Mexico failed to repeal a law that allows illegal immigrants to obtain state driver’s licenses. The Republican sponsored initiative continue reading »

Official List of Write In Candidates City Wide

For the benefit of all Chicago Citizens, here is the official list of names of people, candidates, running for office as WRITE IN candidates. Many were forced off the ballot by the corruption that exist in Chicago, in the Chicago Board of Election Commissioners and with the current Aldermen. continue reading »