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Negotiating for Yourself

We negotiate all the time but we don’t call it that and when we hear we have to negotiate for something we panic! Negotiating is the art of discussing differences of opinion with the intention of resolving those differences in a way that leaves each side feeling comfortable. continue reading »

According to Literary Experts the Next Great Literary Talent May Hail From Latin America

London based 'Granta,' considered one of the most prestigious literary magazines has been a several decade long history of writing about and often discovering and thrusting into the limelight some of the world's biggest names in literature. But for the winter issue this year, the editors turned away from Britain and America and focused on Spain and Latin America, dedicating the Christmas issue to the best new writing emerging from the Latin and Hispanic world. continue reading »

Chicago Mayoral Candidate Flashes the Race Card After his “Hispanics are Not Minorities” Remark

Chicago Mayoral candidate Rev. James Meeks is putting out a major fire he started Wednesday when, during a radio interview, he claimed that only blacks should be eligible for Chicago’s city contracts set aside for minorities. continue reading »

BREAKING NEWS:  House Approves Tax Bill Awaits President’s Signature

The U.S. House of Representatives late Thursday evening approved legislation that will extend the Bush-era tax cuts and jobless benefits. The legislation was a compromise effort between the White House a continue reading »

Hispanic Entrepreneur Ernie Gutierrez Recognized by the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Entrepreneur, Founder and CEO of Allied Industries Inc., Ernie Gutierrez was honored with a prestigious Hispanic Business Elite Award from the nation's largest Hispanic business organization, the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC) continue reading »

Adios, Larry. After 25 Years “Larry King Live” Leaves the Air

After 53 years in broadcasting and 25 years on "Larry King Live", Larry King is having his final show Thursday. At 77, King announced that he would "hang up his nightly suspenders" and after around 50,000 interviews throughout his broadcasting career and 6,000 show for CNN, that's precisely what he will do. continue reading »

DUI Strike Force Patrol in the Chicago Lawn (008th) District

The Chicago Police Department will conduct a DUI Strike Force Patrol in the Chicago Lawn (008th) District beginning at 8:00 p.m., Saturday, December 18, 2010 and ending at 4:00 a.m. on Sunday, December 19, 2010. continue reading »

Nebraska County To Use ICE Biometrics Program to Identify, Remove Undocumented Immigrants

Tuesday, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) began using a federal information-sharing capability in Sarpy County that helps federal immigration officials use biometrics to identify aliens, both lawfully and unlawfully present continue reading »

Latino Hotel Association First Hotel Franchise Forum a HIT

Officials of the Latino Hotel Association (LHA), the global organization dedicated to expanding Latino ownership, leadership and commerce in the hotel industry, today announced the successful completion of "Hotel Franchising," continue reading »

As the DREAM Act Lingers in Congress, Scholarships for Immigrant Youth Bring Hope

While DREAM Act supporters are worried about the bill’s passing after its delayed Senate vote, others are bringing hope and help to immigrant youth. continue reading »

Report Asks Hospitals to Improve Pregnancy Care (BILINGUAL)

Moms and babies everywhere deserve high quality health care, and a new report from the March of Dimes and its partners offers providers a vision for how to offer top-notch services while giving moms practical tips to help them make smart choices. continue reading »

Lo Que es Bueno Para el Corazón También lo es Para el Cerebro

Un estudio halla que tener altos niveles de colesterol 'bueno' parece proteger contra la enfermedad de Alzheimer. Llevar un estilo de vida saludable para el corazón también puede prevenir la enfermedad de Alzheimer continue reading »

New Initiatives Available to Increase Leading for Hispanic-Owned Businesses

With small business owners and entrepreneurs in traditionally underserved communities continuing to face challenges accessing capital, the U.S. Small Business Administration continue reading »

BREAKING NEWS: Secretary Napolitano Reacts to Border Agent’s Death

Secretary Napolitano, before her trip to Arizona on Friday, has released the following statement regarding the shooting death of Border Patrol agent Brian A. Terry: continue reading »

UPDATE: 3 Men Arrested for Weekend Murder of Kidnapped Man

Mug shots of the three men being charged with kidnapping and/or murdering a 45-year-old man have been released. Over the weekend, Francisco Favela was abducted from a home he was rehabbing near West Cermak Road continue reading »

“Don’t Tase Me, Bro!” Tasings by Chicago Police Increased in 2010

In 2009, the Chicago Police Department used their Tasers on people 197 times. In 2010 however, that number more than tripled to 683 according to the Independent Police Review Authority. continue reading »

ICE Discovers Tunnel and Marijuana in Nogales

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) agents seized more than 2,100 pounds of marijuana and identified a cross-border smuggling tunnel Monday in Nogales, Arizona. continue reading »

(Marquette Park) House Fire Diplaces 6 Adults, 6 Children

After a Tuesday night fire in Marquette Park, twelve people are left without a home. Around 11:30 PM, firefighters were called to the home on the 3400 block on West 73rd Street. continue reading »

BREAKING NEWS: Border Patrol Agent Killed in Arizona

A Border Patrol agent was shot and killed around 11 PM, near Rio Rico, Arizona, while attempting to apprehend a group of armed subjects. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) named the deceased as Brian A. Terry, an ag continue reading »

New York Hispanic State Senator & Son Charged with Embezzling from Non-Profit Health Centers

Earlier Tuesday, a federal grand jury in Brooklyn returned an indictment charging Pedro Espada, Jr., a New York State Senator for the 33rd Senatorial District in the Bronx, New York, and his son, Pedro Gautier Espada, continue reading »