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No Señor those Aren’t Thunder Thighs, It’s a Quarter Million Dollars $$$ of Cocaine

A CBP officer referred the vehicle and both females to secondary for further inspection. During a secondary inspection,officers seized three packages of alleged cocaine hidden continue reading »

Undocumented.tv Set to Launch Next Week - Get Ready for the Uproar (VIDEO)

Undocumented.tv is a media-driven, social-action movement seeking to inspire and mobilize young Evangelical Christians towards championing the needs of immigrants continue reading »

UN Marks One-Year Anniversary of Haiti Earthquake

On the one-year anniversary of the earthquake which devastated Haiti, the United Nations is today remembering the disaster’s victims in memorial events in Port-au-Prince, New York and elsewhere around the world. continue reading »

Julian Posada Reflects on First Four Months with the Fire

Sitting down to talk with Julian Posada, you get the distinct sense that he’s no longer “new”. Having been on the job for nearly four months, that adjective can surely be removed from all lead-ins to the current Chicago Fire President’s title. continue reading »

Manhattan Losing Its Diversity

In the latest census, it was revealed that Manhattan, world famous for being ethnically and racially diverse, now seems to be losing that diversity. continue reading »

Puerto Rican Las Vegas Dancer, Flores-Narvaez, Met Gory Death, Ex-Boyfriend Charged

The gory details of how, 31 year old, Deborah Flores-Narváez met her end are slowly coming out after the arrest of her ex-boyfriend Jason Griffith. continue reading »

Drunk Driving in Mexico City is Down

In Mexico City, officers are changing the perceptions of policing and public safety as they crack down on drunk driving. Until relatively recently, getting out of trouble for drunk driving after registering over the legal limit on the “alcoholímetro” continue reading »

Job-Based Discrimination Hits All-Time High

Job based discrimination has hit an all time high according to a report released by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) yesterday. continue reading »

Did Jamaica’s Military Kill Honduran Fishermen?  Honduras Thinks So.

On January 10, Jamaica rejected allegations that its coastguard used excessive force when attempting to stop a Honduran fishing boat January 7. continue reading »

TX Gov. Rick Perry Makes Eliminating Sanctuary Cities Priority–$27 Billion Deficit Overlooked

Yesterday the legislative session started in Texas, and Republican Governor Rick Perry identified the two issues he considers his priorities and wants fast tracked: abolishing sanctuary cities and protecting private rights. continue reading »

Marco Rubio Not Interested in Being VP in 2012 – Despite All the Buzz About Him

The newly sworn in Republican Senator from Florida, Marco Rubio is putting everyone on notice that he is not interested in the possibility of being the 2012 Republican candidate for Vice President. continue reading »

Minorities Being Given a Better Opportunity to Become NYC Firefighters

After a federal lawsuit, a court order, and new application process, the Fire Department of New York (FDNY) could see an increase in minority firefighters soon. continue reading »

Florida Legislature May Never Pass Arizona-Style Immigration Law

Though Florida Gov. Rick Scott made a campaign promise to bring Arizona-style immigration reform to his state, Florida businesses, police chiefs, and Hispanic Republicans are expressing concerns on the bill. continue reading »

Could Slain Arizona Judge Have Been Targeted Over Immigration Controversy?

Among those killed in this weekend’s shooting in Arizona was U.S. District Judge John Roll. It is believed that he was not an intended target like Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, but over the last few years, Roll’s life was threatened a number of times. continue reading »

Eva Longoria Sued:  Took Out $4.6 Million from Bankrupt Restaurant – Investors Pissed

The beginning of 2011 is not going as planned for Eva Longoria first her Beso restaurant and nightclub in Las Vegas files for bankruptcy protection now some shareholders are not pleased with her involvement in the deal. continue reading »

US Catholics Invited to Pray Novena for Haiti on Anniversary of Earthquake

The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops is asking Catholics in the United States to pray a novena to Our Lady of Guadalupe for Haiti. The novena begins on January 12-- the anniversary of the 2010 Haiti earthquake-- continue reading »

CRIME: Man, 25, Shot in East Pilsen

Monday morning, a 25-year-old man was injured in a shooting on Chicago's East Pilsen neighborhood. Initial reports say that around 12:20 a.m., continue reading »

48th Ward Democratic Party Endorse Emanel for Mayor

Following its endorsement session with the four major candidates, Chicago's 48th Ward Democratic Party has given their endorsement for mayor to Rahm Emanuel. continue reading »

US Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Selects Miami Beach for Upcoming 32nd Convention

The United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC) today announced Miami Beach as the host city for its 32nd Annual National Convention & Business Expo, slated for September 18-21, 2011 at the Fountainebleau Hotel. continue reading »

Florida Legislators to Meet for Immigration Law Discussion

Monday, in what will be the first of three meetings, the Senate will be discussing an issue that Florida Gov. Rick Scott campaigned on heavily; immigration. During the Senate meetings continue reading »