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US Attorney General Faces Renewed Criticism Over Mexico Gun Operation

U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder has faced a new round of Republican criticism over a controversial tactic in which U.S. authorities allowed gun buyers to move arms into Mexico, destined for drug cartels. continue reading »

Felicidades Bacardi on Your 150th Birthday

Family-owned Bacardi Limited officially marks the 150th anniversary of the founding of the Company and its iconic BACARDI® rum brand on February 4 with activities around the world honoring the world's favorite rum brand. The continue reading »

Florida Teacher ‘Disciplines’ Autistic Students with Hot Sauce

Lillian Gomez, a Kissimmee, Florida, special education teacher, was recently removed from her classroom and suspended after putting hot sauce on her student’s crayons. According to Gomez, the hot sauce was meant to keep her autistic students from putting the crayons in their mouths. continue reading »

How to Fix a Broken Border: Disrupting Smuggling at Its Source

This week, the Immigration Policy Center releases How to Fix a Broken Border: Disrupting Smuggling at Its Source. This perspectives paper is part two of a three-part series by former Arizona Attorney General Terry Goddard. continue reading »

Costa Rican Girl (12) Raped by Father; Gives Birth to Brother, Struggles to Maintain Family (VIDEO)

In the small town of Cuajiniquil, Costa Rica, a young girl’s life has been changed forever after being a victim of incest. At just 12 years of age, “Gisell” was raped by her father, Javier Luna Lopez. After the rape, she soon found out she was pregnant. She gave birth to a baby boy, her son, yet also her brother. continue reading »

Colombian Spy Chief Currently in Panama Will Not be Extradited

Panama rejected on Friday a request from Colombia to extradite former spy chief Maria del Pilar Hurtado, who faces charges in Bogota over an illegal wiretapping scandal. continue reading »

Arizona Democratic Party responds to Russell Pearce Running for Reelection

Arizona Democratic Party Executive Director Luis Heredia released the following statement on Russell Pearce filing for reelection: "As we saw last weekend when Russell Pearce was elected the GOP's shadow chairman, the Arizona Republican Party is doubling down on continue reading »

Emanuel Administation Will Post High-Rise Residential Building Life Safety Information Online

Implements Plan to Expedite Permits for Buildings Undertaking Life Safety Upgrades;Sends Notifications Reminding Building Owners of Upcoming February Deadline continue reading »

Woman Becomes First Transsexual to Run for Office in Mexico

Diana Sanchez Barrios, the first transsexual women to seek a seat in Mexico City's municipal assembly, says she is confident of winning. continue reading »

LATINO BLOTTER: New Mexico High School Seems to be Full of Shoplifters

Police in New Mexico say a group of at least six students from a local high school were behind a series of shoplifting incidences. Albuquerque police told KOAT they initially suspected that all six t continue reading »

Cuban Government Once Again Denies Blogger Yoani Sanchez an Exit Visa

The Cuban government has again denied dissident blogger Yoani Sanchez permission to leave the country, which on this occasion she requested for a trip to Brazil where she was invited to the premiere of a documentary. continue reading »

Are Kim Kardashian and Mark Sanchez Dating?

Kim Kardashian and Mark Sanchez have reportedly been dating secretly since the first season of “Kourtney and Kim Take New York” and before Kim began dating Kris Humphries, her soon-to-be ex-husband. continue reading »

Cop Suspected of Having Sexual Relationship With Teen is Fatally Shot by Fellow Officer

A California police officer was shot and killed over the weekend by a fellow officer. After it was alleged that Santa Maria Officer Albert Covarrubias Jr. was engag continue reading »

American Missionaries, Wanda and John Frank Casias, Killed in Mexico, Police Say They Knew Killer

The two American missionaries strangled to death in the northern Mexican town of Santiago knew their killer, the Nuevo Leon state attorney general said Thursday. continue reading »

Gisele Bundchen Asks Friends and Family to Pray for Husband Tom Brady Ahead of Super Bowl Sunday

According to the New York Post, Brazilian model Gisele Bundchen, 31, e-mailed friends and family earlier this week asking for prayers for her husband Tom Brady, 34, as he prepares for Super Bowl Sunday. continue reading »

WATCH Ricky Martin’s Glee Performance of LMFAO’s ‘Sexy and I Know It’ (VIDEO)

On the next episode of Fox's hit show Glee, Ricky Martin brings some serious Latin flavor to both Glee club and LMFAO's "Sexy and I Know It." Since Gwyneth Paltrow exited the show as the Spanish teacher, the school continue reading »

Colombian Chef Ingrid Hoffmann Brings New Cooking Show to Univision

Colombian chef Ingrid Hoffmann is making her dream of getting into more Hispanic homes a reality with the help of the Univision television network, on which her cooking program "Delicioso" will be broadcast. continue reading »

Lack of Sunlight May Raise Stroke Risk

Study found those who got less exposure were more likely to suffer an attack. The amount of sunlight you are exposed to might play a part in determining your stroke risk, new research suggests. continue reading »

Komen Decision May Deny Care For Latinas

Komen Foundation discontinues funds to Planned Parenthood affiliates, threatening the health of Latinas, the uninsured and low-income women.Latinas face some of the most serious challenges to getting the help needed to prevent continue reading »

Narco Blog: Young Student Shot in Head (Warning Graphic Photos)

A student of the Instituto Tecnológico Superior de Jesus Carranza (ITSJC) Ersaín Carrasco Sanchez, 20 years old, was killed by two bullets in the head as he drove into the Oaxacan village of Iturbide, during the night last Monday. continue reading »