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Mega Millions Lottery: Three Winning Tickets- Check Here

The holders of three very lucky Mega Millions tickets will share the $640 million jackpot, lottery officials have revealed. In the last hours before the drawing, sales were so explosive, the jackpot went from the initial estimate of $500 million to the final $640 million. continue reading »

Sean Paul Ft. Pitbull - She Doesn’t Mind (Remix) (New 2012 + Download Link)

LATIN star Pitbull has put his spin on Sean Paul's latest hit song, She Doesn't Mind. It is the first collaboration between the Cuba-born, American rapper continue reading »

Zimmerman’s Brother Defends his Actions, Claims Kill-or-Be-Killed Scenario

George Zimmerman’s brother Robert Zimmerman Jr. explained to Piers Morgan that his brother was confronted with a kill-or-be-killed scenario the night he shot and killed 17-year-old Trayvon Martin. continue reading »

Menendez Introduces Resolution to Honor César Estrada Chavez on the 85th Anniv of His Birthday

With Saturday, March 31st marking the 85th anniversary of Cesar Estrada Chavez’s birthday, U.S. Senator Robert Menendez (D-NJ) today introduced a resolution to commemorate his life and legacy, a recognition that has become an annual tradition. For the sixth year in a row, Republicans in the Senate prevented an official honor of the civil rights leader, objecting to Unanimous Consent passage of the resolution. continue reading »

Ciudad Juarez Mayor Says His City is Not the World’s Deadliest

The mayor of this Mexican border metropolis rejected a U.S. official's suggestion that Ciudad Juarez is the world's most dangerous large city. "We're not the world's most dangerous cit continue reading »

Two-Thirds of Kids With Autism Have Been Bullied: Study

Middle school typically the worst time for being picked on, researchers say. Nearly two-thirds of American children with autism have been bullied at some point in their lives, and these kids are bullied three times more often than their siblings without autism, a new survey finds. continue reading »

‘Chicago Neighborhood Tours’ Offers 25 Different Ways to Explore the City This Summer

Every weekend from June through August, discover Chicago’s new microbreweries, historic boulevards, modern art, landmark hotels and more on guided bus tours continue reading »

Mexican Family Accused of Human Sacrifices After 7 Year Old Disappears

Eight members of a Mexican family were arrested in the northern state of Sonora on suspicion of committing ritual murders, authorities said. The spokesman for the state Attorney General's Office, Jose Larrinaga, continue reading »

Man Convicted of Espionage Returns to Cuba to be With Terminally Ill Brother

One of the five Cuban intelligence agents convicted of espionage in the United States returned to the Communist-ruled island on Friday for a brief visit with his terminally ill brother, state television said. continue reading »

Young Mother Veronica Olguin Suing Hospital After Nurse Cuts Off Her Daughter’s Finger

On October, Veronica, 15, took her then three-month-old daughter Selena to the hospital because she was running a fever. The infant was admitted to Heart of Florida Regional Medical Cen continue reading »

Father Forces Thieving Son to Hold Sign Public Saying he Stole From Family

When a Colorado man learned his son had stolen money from a cousin he wanted to teach the by a lesson. Joseph Gonzales of Aurora, CO wanted his son to lear continue reading »

Barista Reveals South American Bugs Provide Color for Starbucks Drink

A South American insect used to make a dye called carmine, cochineal, Natural Red 4, or Crimson Lake, was recently “revealed” to be the ingredient that gives Starbucks' Strawberry Frappuccino its pink color. continue reading »

Q’VIVA! THE CHOSEN Paves the Way for Multilingual Television

Produced in Spanish, Portuguese and English in 21 Countries Worldwide. !Q'VIVA! THE CHOSEN has achieved international success as the first multilingual television show to be broadcast simultaneously throughout the Americas. continue reading »

Ahead of Elections, Many Fear Violence Against Media in Mexico Will Increase

Reporters Without Borders said Thursday after an attack on the offices of a national television network that violence against the Mexican media could increase in the lead-up to general elections this summer. continue reading »

Immersion Beats Classroom for Mastering a Foreign Tongue: Study

Either way, the brain seems to consolidate new language over time, researchers find. For adults, learning a new language is like learning how to play a musical instrument -- over time, the brain continue reading »

Health Tip: Diabetics, Avoid Too Much Salt

Suggestions to help you cut back . High-sodium foods can contribute to high blood pressure, which is a major risk factor for stroke and heart attack. The issue is compounded for people with diabetes, who are already at greater risk of heart attack and stroke. continue reading »

Mayor Emanuel Announces $7 Billion Building a New Chicago Program

Comprehensive, Coordinated Revitalization of City Infrastructure Will Create 30,000 Jobs Over Three Years While Improving City Infrastructure. Mayor Emanuel today announced a $7 billion, three year infrastructure program, Building a New Chicago, which is one of the largest investments in infrastructure in the City’s history. continue reading »

There is No Mayan Apocalypse Prediction Says Mexican Astronomer

Neither the Mayans' texts nor their calendar contain predictions of an apocalypse later this year, but regrettably "pseudoscientific media outlets are talking about the end of the world, based on supposed prophecies and the Mayan calendar," Mexican astronomer Marte Trejo Sandoval said. continue reading »

Panga That Washed Ashore in El Segundo Was Carrying 15 Deported Criminals

A panga that washed ashore in El Segundo Wednesday reportedly carried 20 undocumented immigrants to U.S. shores. Of the 20 immigrants, more than a dozen of them were criminals who had been deported after being c continue reading »

Selena Gomez Makes a Wish Come True for a Little Girl Battling Leukemia (VIDEO)

In 2010, a little girl named Ella was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. Having battled her way through cancer for the last two year, Ella had just one wish, to meet Selena Gomez. continue reading »