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Beware the Exploding Champagne Cork - Can Reach Speeds of 50 mph

Be careful when opening the champagne bottle on New Year's Eve -- a popped cork can reach a speed of up to 50 miles per hour, warns an eye expert. continue reading »

POLL:  What Will Americans be Doing to Bring in New Year

For some Americans, it’s a big night out of partying while others view New Year’s Eve as just another night. Surveys conducted by Rasmussen Reports found the following plans to say goodbye to 2010 and hello to 2011. continue reading »

Cuban Government Cuts Soap, Toothpaste from Rations List. Prices Spike.

Cuba’s recently announced the cutting of subsidies to personal hygiene items like soap, toothpaste, liquid detergent. The cut will cause the cost of certain products to increase 12-fold. continue reading »

Colombian Drug Lord “el Cuchillo” is Confirmed Dead

Wednesday, it was confirmed by Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos, that Pedro Oliverio Guerrero, a known drug lord, was killed at his camp during a military operation on Christmas day. continue reading »

Father of U.S. Marine on the Verge of Being Deported

In Kentucky, Juan Andres, the father of a U.S. Marine about to be deployed to Afghanistan, could soon be deported after being arrested earlier this month, but immigration officials are giving him the chance to ask for permanent residency. continue reading »

Mothers-to-Be in Spain Rush to Have Babies by New Year to Qualify for Soon-To-End Birth Incentive

In Spain, pregnant women are trying desperately to have their babies before the end of the year so as to qualify for a government birth incentive. In July of 2007, Spain’s government, in an attempt to raise the birthrate in the country offered what has been called the cheque bebé continue reading »

Killing of Multiple Hispanic Victims Found in Birmingham Maybe Drug Related

The killings of three Hispanic crime victims, with their bodies found in different location, maybe drug related Birmingham, Alabama police are reporting. continue reading »

Tips and Resources for All Your New Year Resolutions

Following through on your New Year's resolutions is not always easy, especially when you're trying to change your lifestyle or a long-standing habit. continue reading »

U.S. Postal Service to Release Latin American Artists Stamps

In 2011, Americans will be able to see the faces of five Latin American music legends on new stamps with art created by San Diego artist Rafael Lopez. continue reading »

Chico Picks Up Chicago’s Latino Cops’ Endorsement

Mayoral hopeful, Gery Chico picked up an endorsement this week from yhr Latin American Police Association (LAPA) and the Mexican American Police Organization (MAPO). continue reading »

Salvadoran Teen, M-13 Gang Member to be Tried as Adult in Killing of Long Island Mom and Child

An unidentified El Salvador minor, and member of the infamous M-13 gang will be tried as an adult for the shooting death of Vanessa Argueta and her two year-old son Diego. continue reading »

Falcons’ Tight End, Tony Gonzalez Makes 2011 Pro Bowl

The roster for the 2011 Pro Bowl has been released, and the Atlanta Falcons’ Tony Gonzalez has been named to the NFC team. In what will be Gonzalez’s 8th Pro Bowl appearance continue reading »

Anesthesiologists Spreading Germs During Surgery: Study

Expert calls for more compliance with hand-washing guidelines before operations. A disturbing new study finds that bacteria often contaminate the hands of those who give anesthesia to surgical patients continue reading »

Recycle Your Used Live Holiday Tree

Beginning on Saturday, January 1st and running through Monday, January 17th, 2011 Chicago residents can drop off their used real holiday trees at any one of 23 participating tree drop off sites (see listing below). continue reading »

Conservative Organization Claims Asylum, Refugee Seekers Could Pose Danger to U.S.

According to the conservative group Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR), increased asylum and refugee policies will open doors to terrorists and criminals looking to enter the United States. continue reading »

Hispanic or Black Job Applicants Shouldn’t be Denied Employment Due to Credit History Govt Say

Since at least 2008, Kaplan Higher Education has rejected job applicants based on their credit history. This practice has an unlawful discriminatory impact because of race and is neither job-related nor justified by business necessity continue reading »

7 Brazilian Birds Now on U.S. Endangered List

The populations of seven South American birds found almost exclusively in Brazil’s Atlantic Forest and Cerrado biome have dropped to such low numbers that they are now being listed as endangered under the U.S.'s Endangered Species Act. continue reading »

Recycle Your Used Live Holiday Tree

Beginning on Saturday, January 1st and running through Monday, January 17th, 2011 Chicago residents can drop off their used real holiday trees at any one of 23 participating tree drop off sites (see listing below). continue reading »

Guess How Many Gun Stores in Mexico?  Only ONE - Surprised??

If one were to guess how many gun stores are in Mexico, it can almost be guaranteed that that guess would be wrong, because despite the highly publicized violence and number of guns the cartels are using, continue reading »

Man Arrested at Puerto Rican Airport with 49 Heroin Pellets in Stomach

A 27-year-old U.S. citizen was taken into custody by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) Saturday after U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) continue reading »