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How Do You Say “The Lorax” in Spanish? Animated Film Earns $70.7 Million Opening Weekend

Though Universal expected "The Lorax", based on the Dr. Seuss book of the same name, to have an impressive opening weekend, "The Lorax surpassed their estimate of $40 million. continue reading »

Latino Blotter:  Mom Pleads Guilty to Smothering Child & Burying in Playground

The horrific suffocation murder of a homeless 3-year old boy by his mother has concluded with her guilty plea today in New Mexico. continue reading »

As Suspected- Chavez Confirms Tumor was Malignant

Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez said Sunday that he will undergo more radiation therapy after confirming that the tumor that was removed from his body on Feb. 26 in Havana was a "recurrence" of the cancer he was diagnosed with last June. continue reading »

George P. Bush, the Latino Nephew, Helping GOP Reach out to Hispanics

The nephew of former President George W. Bush and son of Jeb Bush, George P. Bush, is making a name for himself in the Republican party with his outreach to the Latino voter. continue reading »

WATCH Salma Hayek’s New ‘Got Milk?’ Ad (VIDEO)

What can we say? Sometimes you just need some milk. Check out Selma Hayek's hilarious Got Milk? commercial. continue reading »

STUDY: Fitness Programs Lack Cultural Relevance for Minorities

In a new study, University of Missouri researchers found that minority adults who received exercise interventions increased their physical activity levels. However, these interventions are not culturally tailored to best assist minority populations in improving overall health. continue reading »

Latino Blotter:  31 Charged for Smuggling Undocumented Aliens into U.S. for Over a Decade

A federal grand jury returned indictments against 31 Texas residents for their involvement in a conspiracy to harbor and transport illegal aliens. continue reading »

Los Angeles Sheriff Says ‘Yes’ to Drivers Licenses for Illegal Immigrants

In an interview this week, Los Angeles County Sheriff, Lee Baca, supported the idea of allowing illegal immigrants the opportunity to obtain drivers’ licenses. His support of this plan does not come as a surprise after supporting a similar plan in 2002 which did not pass. continue reading »

Man Sentenced for Mortgage Rescue Fraud Scheme Targeting Latino Arizona Homeowners

On February 27, 2012, Luis Belevan of Phoenix was sentenced to 60 months’ imprisonment for his role in a 2009-2010 mortgage rescue scheme that affected at least 1,800 local distressed homeowners. continue reading »

Five People Gunned Down in Sinaloa Hospital

Five people were gunned down at a private hospital in Culiacan, capital of the western Mexican state of Sinaloa, authorities said Friday. Several armed men entered the Rehabilit continue reading »

Romeo Santos Continues Successful U.S. Tour

Singer Romeo Santos marches on with his successful U.S. concert tour while celebrating his 10 nominations for Billboard Latin Music Awards with his first solo album, "Formula Vol. 1." continue reading »

Selena’s Widower Publishes Memoir of Their Time Together

The guitarist who was married to the singer Selena when she was murdered in 1995 has published a book telling the story of his love for the Queen of Tex-Mex. continue reading »

First Photos Released of Convalescing Chavez in Cuba

Venezuela's government has released five photographs of President Hugo Chavez that show him walking and conversing with Fidel Castro while convalescing after undergoing tumor surgery in Cuba. continue reading »

Early Voting Recommended in Chicago- Find Out Where Here

EARLY VOTING: There are only 25 days until the Primary Election, Tuesday, March 20, 2012. However, early voting began Monday, Feb. 27th and will end on March 15th. continue reading »

Blog Narco: New “Narcotunnel” Discovered on U.S.-Mexico Border

A new tunnel used to smuggle drugs into the United States from Mexico was found in this Arizona border city, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement said Thursday. continue reading »

President Chavez Twitter Message “I send You All My Supreme Love! We Will Live and We Will Win!”

Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has vowed an October election victory, in his first public comment after surgery in Cuba this week to remove a pelvic lesion. continue reading »

Too Many Americans Skipping Colon Cancer Screening

Americans 50 and older who haven't had a colonoscopy screening should get one, experts urge. Approximately one in three U.S. adults between the ages of 50 and 75 who s continue reading »

Cuba Facing Pork Shortage in State Markets

Pork, the main attraction among all Cuban dishes, has been in short supply at state markets since January following a drop of almost 70 percent in availability due to continue reading »

Undocumented Immigrant Forced to Work for $.85 an Hour at New York Mansion

After the original owner of a Rexford, New York mansion known as Llenroc lost his house Annie George, 39, and her husband moved in, but what no one kn continue reading »

Agents Arrest Drug Smugglers Near Temecula, Retrieve 51 lbs of Cocaine, 2 lbs of Heroin

U.S. Customs and Border Protection Border Patrol agents working jointly with Riverside County Sheriff’s deputies, Murrieta Police officers, and California Highway Patrol office continue reading »