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Unnamed Teammates Blast Jet’s QB Mark Sanchez, Calling Him “Lazy and Content”

Reports are surfacing that some of Mark Sanchez’s teammates are sick of him and are urging the New York Jets’ general manager to trade him and try to get the Colts’ Peyton Manning. continue reading »

Narco Blog: 2 Found Beheaded in Upscale Mexico City Neighborhood

The charred bodies of two decapitated people were found before dawn Wednesday in a vehicle abandoned in an affluent section of the Mexican capital, authorities said. It was shortly after 5:00 a.m. that firefighters responded to a report of a vehicle in flames at an entrance to a mall in the borough of Cuajimalpa, the district attorney's office said. continue reading »

Why Was Luis Colon Buying Large Quantities of Pesticides with Stolen Credit Cards?  Help Us Find Him

Luis Colon Jr., also known as 'Junito' is wanted for his alleged participation in a credit card fraud scheme. Between 2009 and 2010, it is alleged that Colon purchased large quantities continue reading »

Public Opinion: Republicans versus Hispanics

The current Republican primary campaign has made Republicans’ hostility to immigrants—and to any policies that might help immigrants—crystal clear. continue reading »

Video of Mexican Businessman Beats Doorman for NOT Changing Tire- Goes Viral (VIDEO)

A video of a wealthy businessman beating a doorman at his luxury apartment building has sparked outrage in Mexico, where people have taken to social-networking sites to vent their anger. The attack occurred in July of last year but did not come to the public's attention until Tuesday, when the video of the incident went viral on YouTube. continue reading »

National Hispanic Christian Leadership to Emphasis Education and Evangelism in 2012

The National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference, also known as the Hispanic Evangelical Association, the nation's largest Christian Hispanic organization continue reading »

Car, TV Ownership Tied to Higher Risk for Heart Attack

But getting active during work and leisure hours can lower the odds, study finds. continue reading »

Your Smartphone May Be Stressing You Out

The more people checked the Web for personal reasons, the more anxious they were, study found. Compulsively checking your smartphone may not actually be that smart, British researchers warn. continue reading »

Narco Blog: Zetas Leave 2 Golf Cartel Members Hanging from Bridge

On Tuesday morning, police in Ciudad Victoria, Tamaulipas, received a call, informing them of a gruesome scene at a bridge. According to the call, the victims had been abandoned in the Beltway Juan Boca Captain. continue reading »

Latino Culture is Theme of New Food and Travel Magazine- “Latin Lover”

Lovers of Latin American gastronomy are enjoying a new online magazine specializing in food and travel, in which restaurants, recipes and hotels are reviewed and other aspects of the Latino culture and tourist opportunities in Latin America and the Caribbean are discussed. continue reading »

US Government Says It Cannot be Sued for Unethical STD Experiments Done on Guatemalans in the 1940s

In the 1940s, the U.S. Public Health Service conducted research on sexually transmitted diseases in Guatemala involving the intentional infection of vulnerable human populations, but since making this discovery, the Obama administration has stated that those exposed cannot sue the U.S. continue reading »

Texas Student Sarah Bustamantes, 12, Arrested for Spraying Perfume

Like many young students, Sarah Bustamantes was teased. Her classmates often told her she smelled and made fun of her for being “weird.” So on one of these occasions, 12-year-old Bustamantes pulled out a bottle of perfume and sprayed herself twice. continue reading »

Actress Kate del Castillo Believes More in “El Chapo” Guzman Than the Government

Crossover actress Kate del Castillo has stunned many with recent claims that she believes more in the escaped Mexican drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman than in her government. continue reading »

Latino Youth Urged to Vote by Evangelical Christian Leadership

Hispanic evangelical leaders on Tuesday issued an urgent call for "comprehensive and fair" immigration reform and encouraged young Latinos to register to vote and participate in the U.S. presidential election in November. continue reading »

Latino Blotter:  Carolyn Vasquez $6.2 Million Medicare Fraud Gets Her 5-Year Prison Sentence

A Los Angeles woman who pleaded guilty to using fraudulent medical clinics and the stolen identities of physicians to defraud Medicare of more than $6.2 million was sentenced to 60 months continue reading »

Sen. Rubio Sends Letter to Obama Letting Him Know America’s Becoming a Deadbeat Nation

With news reports suggesting that President Barack Obama and his administration will soon ask Congress to raise the debt limit for the sixth time in his Presidency continue reading »

Hispanic Institute to Hold Supreme Court Rally on Texas Voter Redistricting

On Monday, January 9, 2012, The Hispanic Institute will hold a rally at the United States Supreme Court for Fair Re-districting in the state of Texas. continue reading »

University of California Settles Charges It Discriminated Against Immigrant Employees

The Justice Department today reached agreement with the University of California San Diego Medical Center, resolving a complaint filed on Dec. 6, 2011, continue reading »

STUDY:  Hispanics Holiday Shopped on Their Mobil Devices to The Tune of $5.15 Billion

U.S. Hispanic Consumers spent more than $5.15 billion during this year’s holiday season on mobile devices, illustrated in a new INFOgraphic, Hispanic Holiday Mobile Survey 2011 by Zpryme. continue reading »

60-Year Old L.A. Latino Bishop Resigns After Admitting to Fathering 2 Children

Pope Benedict XVI accepted the resignation of Gabino Zavala as auxiliary bishop of Los Angeles after the prelate disclosed he was the father of two teenage children, the Vatican said Wednesday. continue reading »