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New Jersey Boat Makes its Way to Spain Unmanned

A discovery off the coast of Spain managed to surprise two New Jersey residents earlier this week. In 2008, Scott Douglas and his brother-in-law went fishing off Nantucket on Douglas’ 26-foo continue reading »

Calif. Father Gets Restraining Order Against Son’s 10-Year-Old Bully

Worrying for his son, the father asked if he told the principal or teacher about the incident. His son told him that it happened in class, so the teacher was there. Feeling that the school was failing to protect his son, Casteel went to a Riversid continue reading »

LATINO BLOTTER: Bank Robber Shoots Himself in the Foot (VIDEO)

An armed bank robber in Brazil made his own capture rather easy after he shot himself in the foot. On Monday, three men entered a bank in northern Parana, Brazil and demanded that tellers hand over money. continue reading »

Olivia Wilde Stuns in Lady Luchador Costume on “Burt Wonderstone” Set

Hollywood beauty Olivia Wilde was recently seen on the set of her latest film The Incredible Burt Wonderstone in a red, cleavage-accentuated lucha libre costume. continue reading »

Mana collaboration with Prince Royce Number 1 on Billboard’s Latin Songs Chart

"El verdadero amor perdona," a joint effort by Mexican rockers Mana and bachatero Prince Royce, climbed from second to first this week on Billboard's Latin Songs chart.Rising from the fourth spot to No. 2 was "Te quiero a morir," by Banda El Recodo de Cruz Lizarraga, as "Promise," Romeo Santos' duet with R&B icon Usher, slipped from second to third. continue reading »

California: 119 Busted in Mexican Mafia Sting

A total of 119 people were arrested in three operations undertaken by federal authorities in Southern California that dealt a heavy blow to the organized crime outfit known as the Mexican Mafia, or "La Eme." continue reading »

Latin Trade’s 18th Annual Bravo Business Awards Nomination Period Continues Until March 15

Business, civic, government and humanitarian leaders will be honored at annual gala in the fall. The nomination period for Latin Trade magazine’s continue reading »

Narco Blog: Four Massacred in Sinaloa (Warning Graphic Photos)

The bodies of a man and women were found Wednesday morning near the Agricultural field Triple H of Villa Adolfo Lopez Mateos of Culiacan. The two bodies were tied hand and foot and blindfolded. continue reading »

Selena Gomez Could Produce and Act in Upcoming “The Sky is Everywhere” Based on Jandy Nelson’s Novel

Now that her Disney Channel series has ended, Selena Gomez has more time to focus on other projects, and it appears her next may be the film adaptation of The Sky is Everywhere. continue reading »

AZ Latino Candidate Forced to Withdraw Due to Poor English Skills

Alejandrina Cabrera, a candidate for city council in San Luis, Arizona, was forced to withdraw from the election because of her lack of fluency in English, the Yuma Sun reported Thursday. continue reading »

Playboy Model Who Claims De La Hoya “Took Advantage” of Her Asking for $5 Million

The Playboy model accusing boxing Olympian Oscar De La Hoya of assaulting her is asking for an apology and $5 million. Angelica Marie Cecora and her attorney spoke to reporters outside a Manhattan courthouse Wednesd continue reading »

Gov. Brewer and President Obama Butt Heads in Arizona

Following an exchange of with President Obama, Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer’s book sales on Amazon jumped 150 percent in just one day. As the President landed in the troubled Arizona continue reading »

Flashin’ Cash: Chavez’ Daughter Posts Photos Holding U.S. Money, Venezuelans Outraged

The daughter of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has caused quite a stir after posting a photo of herself holding a number of low-denomination U.S. bills. Rosines, 14, posted the photo of herself with the cash o continue reading »

Jeb Bush Reminds Republicans ‘We Need Hispanic Vote’

Latino voters "will represent the margin of victory" in key states in this year's elections, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush reminded his fellow Republicans in a Washington Post op-ed. continue reading »

Mexican Woman Whose Transplant Heart Fell on the Ground is Doing Well (VIDEO)

When Erika Hernandez heard that a match had been found and that she would be getting a much needed heart, she was ecstatic. However, she may not know her heart was laying on the ground just moments before the transplant surgery. continue reading »

Cancer Screening Rates for Latinos Below National Levels

The percentage of U.S. citizens screened for cancer remains below national targets, with significant disparities among racial and ethnic populations continue reading »

Food Franchises Attracting Latino Entrepreneurs

BuscaTuFranquicia.com is pleased to report that registrations from Hispanic entrepreneurs who are looking to open a food franchise have increased compared to 2010 figures. continue reading »

Brazil Buildings Collapse, Claim At Least 3, With Many Still Missing

The bodies of three people were found Thursday morning amid the rubble of three buildings that collapsed in downtown Rio de Janeiro, firefighters said. continue reading »

El Paso Police Publishing ‘Beer Thieves’ Most Wanted, Slowing Down Beer Grab and Flee Epidemic

Beer thefts in El Paso, Texas have reduced by 17% in the past year, according to police reports. Beer thefts, otherwise known as “beer runs,” have been a major issue in El Paso, continue reading »

Mexico’s Indians Fairing the Worst Against Terrible Drought

The Raramuri Indians, inhabitants of the Sierra Tarahumara region of the northern state of Chihuahua, are battling severe food shortages and a threat to their traditional way of life amid Mexico's most worst drought in 71 years. continue reading »