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Arizona Immigration Law Author Now Takes on Birthright Citizensip

Kansas Secretary of State-elect Kris Kobach has been working on two measures to deal with what they call "the problem" of birthright citizenship. The first defines a “citizen of the state” as a person who has at least one parent who is legally living in the country, and the second measure is really just an urging for Congress to redefine American citizenship using the same requisite. continue reading »

Colorado State Senator Likely to Face Grand Jury in Deadly Texas Crash

Colorado State Senator Suzanne Williams will more than likely face a Texas grand jury for the December 26th crash that left 30 year-old Brianna Gomez dead and her son, delivered via emergency cesarean in critical condition. continue reading »

Selena Gomez Wins PCA’s Favorite Breakout Artist Award

Disney actress and singer Selena Gomez's star is still on the rise. Wednesday, the 18-year-old Disney starlet won this year's Favorite Breakout Artist at the People's Choice Awards. continue reading »

Howard Dean Characterizes Tea Party as Group that Fears Diversity

Former Democratic Chairman Howard Dean in a Christian Science Monitor interview characterized the Tea Party as ‘entirely over 55 and white’ and driven to action by a bad economy but more so by fear of the changing demographic that is more brown than white. continue reading »

Higher Education May Benefit Some Heart Attack Patients

Among those who suffer a type of attack called STEMI, less schooling tied to worse outcomes. In the new study, Dr. Rajendra H. Mehta, from Duke Clinical Research Institute and Duke University Medical Center continue reading »

FOX Hispanic Cable Networks Post Record 2010 Ratings

FOX Deportes and Utilisima outperformed the competition in the Hispanic cable landscape in 2010 with two of the most popular offerings for both men and women. continue reading »

Internships for Latinos in Chicago’s Health Fields

In Chicago, Latino teens are being given an early opportunity and experience in medical fields at hospitals like the Children’s Memorial Hospital of Chicago. continue reading »

Internships for Latinos in Chicago’s Health Fields

In Chicago, Latino teens are being given an early opportunity and experience in medical fields at hospitals like the Children’s Memorial Hospital of Chicago. continue reading »

Nipple Pulling Mother-in-Law Thug Charged with Aggravated Battery in Las Cruces

You typically don’t get arrested when you have a fight with a daughter-in-law that you don’t like. But Amelia Oveide, 46, took family feuding to a new low continue reading »

Gov. Rick Scott Signs Executive Order on Immigration Policy Minutes After Being Sworn In

Mere minutes after being sworn in to office, Florida Gov. Rick Scott signed an executive order to stop what was referred to as "job -killing regulations" that were set in motion to clean up water pollution and set limits on the amount of mercury a company can dump into the water. continue reading »

UPDATE: Tucson Schools Given 60 Days to Comply with Anti-Ethnic Studies Law

The Tucson Unified School District has been given 60 days to adhere to a new state law that no longer allows classes like Mexican-American studies to be taught. continue reading »

Rapa Nui Indigenous People Violently Evicted from Easter Island Chile

Witnesses report that more than 100 Special Force Police beat dozens of clan members while forcibly evicting them from the Government Plaza in the center of Hanga Roa in Chile. continue reading »

Buoys Placed Across Canal to Prevent Death of Border Crossers

Trying to prevent drownings along a U.S. border canal that hugs the U.S.-Mexico border, a government agency has now placed buoys they hope will save lives. continue reading »

City of Chicago Continues to Offer Small Business Workshops in 2011

The City of Chicago, Department of Business Affairs & Consumer Protection (BACP) continues to offer FREE business education workshops in 2011 to help new and existing businesses succeed in the new year. continue reading »

“Tax Day” Deadline Extended to April 18th; Tax Break Beneficiaries Can File in Mid-to-Late February

The Internal Revenue Service today opened the 2011 tax filing season by announcing that taxpayers have until April 18 to file their tax returns. The IRS reminded taxpayers impacted by recent tax law changes that using e-file is the best way to ensure accurate tax returns and get faster refunds. continue reading »

PERSONAL FINANCE: “Tax Day” Deadline Extended to April 18th for 2011

The Internal Revenue Service today opened the 2011 tax filing season by announcing that taxpayers have until April 18 to file their tax returns. The IRS reminded taxpayers impacted by recent tax law changes that using e-file is the best way to ensure accurate tax returns and get faster refunds. continue reading »

11 Tips for a Healthy 2011

New Year's Day has long been a time for reflection on the personal changes we want to make as we look forward to a new year. Health-related goals are popular New Year's resolutions, but you may not know where to begin. continue reading »

Ending Birthright Citizenship Would Not Stop Illegal Immigration

Ending Birthright Citizenship Would Be Unconstitutional, Impractical, Expensive, Complicated and Would Not Stop Illegal Immigration. Anti-immigrant groups and legislators have persisted in their attempts to restrict or repeal birthright citizenship in State Houses and the U.S. Congress. continue reading »

2010 Year-End Chicago Crime Statistics

Superintendent Jody P. Weis announced historic drops in crime for 2010 at a press conference held this afternoon at Chicago Police Headquarters. Amid preliminary statistics showing a 4.2 percent decrease in total crime in 2010 continue reading »

Cold Weather Pet Care

In Chicago, winter is a season of bitter cold and numbing wetness. Help your pets remain happy and healthy during the colder months by following these simple guidelines: continue reading »