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No Theater Release For Mel Gibson’s ‘Get the Gringo’ - Film Being Released on DirecTV

Deadline New York is reporting that Mel Gibson’s Film Get the Gringo will not appear in theaters and will head straight to DVD after being premiered exclusively on DirecTV. continue reading »

American Ferrera Speaks Up For Planned Parenthood, Susan G. Komen Foundation Cuts Funds

Actress America Ferrera recently spoke a luncheon for Planned Parenthood, in which she said she happy to be a part of an organization devoted to women’s health. “I think that women’s health is an issue that is close continue reading »

Mitt Romney’s Latino Victory in Florida Has a Decidedly Cuban Feel to It

Yesterday, Mitt Romney won a decisive primary victory in Florida over Newt Gingrich thanks in part to garnering an overwhelming majority of the Latino vote. continue reading »

St. Jude Hospital Researchers Find Hispanic Children at Greater Risk for Leukemia

Hispanic children are more likely than those from other racial and ethnic backgrounds to be diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) and are more likely to die of their disease. Work led by St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital scientists has pinpointed genetic factors behind the grim statistics. continue reading »

Narco Blog: Victims’ Families Living in Fear 2 years After Massacre in Mexico

The families of the victims are still living in fear of drug traffickers and feeling exposed two years after the massacre of 15 young men attending a birthday party in the Villas de Salvarcar section of Ciudad Juarez, a border city in northern Mexico. continue reading »

Latino Victims Amongst 23 Children Molested by Teacher, Abuse Included Eating Semen

They were told it was just a game. That’s what 23 children ranging in ages from 6-10 from 2008 – 2010 thought as they entered Mr. Mark Berndt’s 3rd grade classroom continue reading »

Soul Train’s Don Cornelius Dead, Police Suspect Suicide

Don Cornelius, known to many as the creator of the long-running dance program "Soul Train," was pronounced dead at his home after an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound. continue reading »

One Ton of Cocaine Seized in Costa Rica

Costa Rican authorities seized a ton of of cocaine and arrested five people in connection with the consignment, Security Minister Mario Zamora told a press conference. continue reading »

When Mom-to-Be’s Overweight and Smokes, Risk for Birth Defects Rises

This combination more than doubled odds of heart damage in newborn, study finds. Women who are both overweight and smoke during pregnancy could damage their baby's developing heart, a new study warns. continue reading »

Health Tip: Wash Skin Properly

To keep it clean and help prevent acne. continue reading »

Narco Blog: View the Inside of Two Confessed Drug Cartel Members

From high end high rises to country states with glass enclosed pools, many of the homes in this video look suspended as they have not been touched since the owners were arrested, some as many as four years ago. continue reading »

Peruvian President Says Earthquake Caused “No Irreparable Losses”

Peruvian President Ollanta Humala visited Tuesday the southern city of Ica and said that "there are no irreparable losses" from the magnitude-6.2 earthquake that struck the area the day before. continue reading »

J. Lo and Marc Anthony’s “Q’Viva! The Chosen” Debuts to Huge Audience

The debut broadcast of the Univision television program "Q'Viva! The Chosen," produced by singers Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony to find musical talent in Latin America, attracted an audience of 2.2 million, the network announced. continue reading »

Sofia Vergara Voted #1 on AskMen “Top 99 Most Desirable Women”, List Includes Many Latinas

Though Modern Family actress Sofia Vergara was ranked No. 1 on AskMen’s 2012 “Top 99 Most Desirable Women” poll, but she was far from the only Latina to make the cut. continue reading »

Our Favorite “Little Mexican” Comedian Louis C.K. Working on Sitcom for CBS

Our favorite red-haired comedian Louis C.K. has reportedly begun work on a new sitcom for CBS about 20-somethings trying to survive in today’s economy. C.K. will be working with former continue reading »

Gallup: Hispanics Most Likely to be Uninsured

According to a new Gallup report, Hispanic Americans continue to be the most likely to be uninsured, with more than 40% going without health coverage in 2011, the highest Gallup has found for any key group since it began tracking in 2008. continue reading »

Narco Blog: Detained Zetas Cartel Member Says He Killed 75 in Mexico

A suspected member of the Los Zetas drug cartel was arrested and confessed to 75 murders, officials in the northern Mexican state of Nuevo Leon said Monday. Enrique Aurelio Elizondo "confessed that he is a member of a Los Zetas cell that operated for the past three years in the cities of Cerralvo, Paras, Agualeguas and General Treviño," state Security Council spokesman Jorge Domene said. continue reading »

STUDY: All-White Neighborhood Effectively Extinct

Today, the Manhattan Institute’s Center released a study titled “The End of the Segregated Century: Racial Separation in America’s Neighborhood: 1890-2010,” which concluded that the all-white neighborhoods are effectively extinct. continue reading »

Jennifer Lopez: Oscar Presenter

Jennifer Lopez as always is super busy, adding Oscar 2012 presenter to her list of duties. continue reading »

Over Last Seven Days 10 Tons of Pot Seized at Texas-Mexico Border

CBP U.S. Border Patrol agents from the Rio Grande Valley Sector seized more than 21,000 pounds of marijuana over the past seven days. continue reading »