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Blog del Narco: Political Candidate Shot While Driving ( PHOTO WARNING)

Michelangelo Lopez Barrera, until a week ago Ecatepec Town Clerk, State of Mexico, was killed this morning on board a car in the Lindavista, Gustavo A. Madero, while his driver was wounded. continue reading »

Marc Anthony is ‘Not Seeking Financial Support’ From ex Jennifer Lopez

He filed for divorce in April but Marc Anthony is not asking Jennifer Lopez for financial support. The divorce between the Q’Viva! The Chosen judges will be civil and no custody battle will be taking place. “The parties are working together to reach a friendly resolution that’s in the best interest of their children,” Ron Anteau, Lopez’s family law attorney, explained to PEOPLE. continue reading »

Pitbull"s Latin Music Awards 2012 Performance (VIDEO)

The Billboard Latin Music Awards opened up this year with Pitbull. Rising from the stage and seeming to struggle with his microphone, Mr. Worldwide opened the show with a two-song set. After performing "Sube las Manos Pa' Arriba," Pit was joined on stage by his Dominican protégé Sensato. The two tore it up with their infectious Spanglish rap track, "Loca People." continue reading »

Relics of Six Mexican Priests Martyred in Early 20th Century Begin 2012 US Tour

Relics of six Knights of Columbus canonized by Pope John Paul II in 2000 will launch a tour of several American cities Friday, April 27, in Houston. The Co-Cathedral of the Sacred Heart in Houston will host the relics beginning with a special Mass Friday evening for the Knights of Columbus Texas State Convention. The relics will remain in the church for veneration during the regularly scheduled weekend Masses. continue reading »

Tranquil Arizona-Mexico Border Masks Nogales’ Economic Woes

As the U.S. Supreme Court takes up Arizona's controversial immigration enforcement law, the violent drug war in Mexico continues, with the death toll over the past six years exceeding 50,000. Supporters of the Arizona law often talk about violence spilling over the border, but there has been very little impact on the U.S. side, where trade and tourism continue in spite of all the bad press continue reading »

Ricky Martin Nabs Drama Desk Award Nomination for Playing Che in ‘Evita’

Singer and actor Ricky Martin was nominated Friday for a Drama Desk Award in the category of Outstanding Actor in a Musical, for his role in the current Broadway revival of "Evita." continue reading »

Some Schools Don’t Let Kids Carry Asthma Inhalers

Policies run counter to law, place children at risk, experts say. Although all 50 states have laws that allow children with asthma to carry inhalers at school and 48 states have laws that let yo continue reading »

Blog del Narco: Nephews of Major Drug Lord Ismael El Mayo Zambada Detained in Mexico

Mexican army soldiers detained two nephews of Ismael "El Mayo" Zambada Garcia, one of the top leaders of the Sinaloa drug cartel, in the northern border city of Tijuana, official sources said. The suspects were identified as Omar Ismael Zambada and Sergio Rodolfo Cazares Zambada, continue reading »

2 Illinois Women Plead Guilty to Selling Counterfeit Goods

More than $1 million fake brand name purses, wallets, sunglasses sold; MSRP of more than $1.6 million. Two Central Illinois women have pleaded guilty of conspiracy continue reading »

Jobless Rate in Spain Climbs Above 24 Percent

The ranks of Spain's unemployed expanded by nearly 366,000 in the first quarter to a record 5.63 million, or 24.44 percent of the workforce, the government said Friday. continue reading »

LATINO BLOTTER: Girl, 17, Arrested for Allegedly Having Relationship with 12-Yr-Old Girl

A 17-year-old girl is accused of having an inappropriate relationship with a 12-year-old girl in Texas’ Cameron County. Griselda Herrera, 17, was arrested last week continue reading »

Sir Paul McCartney Guarded by 1,400 Officers During Colombian Stop of “On the Run” Concert Tour

Former Beatle, Sir Paul McCartney was reportedly being protected by as many a massive number of police officers during a two-day stay in Colombia. While in Bogota, continue reading »

Pixar Taking on Dia de Los Muertos With “Toy Story 3” Director

Earlier this week, Pixar announced it was planning to take on the Mexican holiday of Dia de Los Muertos (Day of the Dead) with “Toy Story 3” director Lee Unkrich in a new animated feature. continue reading »

LATINO BLOTTER: Man Attacked in Underwear For Not Having Sex with GF

A Florida man was reportedly attacked by his girlfriend after he told her he just wanted to lie down rather than have sex. According to police 34-year-old waitress Stacey Ann continue reading »

Missing Cuban Actor Javier Nunez Floria Wins Top Award at Tribeca for “Una Noche”

One of the two Cuban actors who disappeared after arriving in the U.S. to present their film at the Tribeca Film Festival won the fesitval’s top acting award. Javier Nunez Florian and Anailin de la continue reading »

An American in Panama: Yvonne Baldelli, 41, Missing After Trying to Start New Life in Panama

The FBI has now joined the search for an American woman who went missing 5 months ago shortly after moving to Panama with her boyfriend. After being laid off from her job at Proctor and Gamble, 41-year-old Yvo continue reading »

AMERICAN IDOL: Jessica Sanchez Survives Elimination After Touching Tribute to Her Father

Wednesday night, Jessica Sanchez sang an impressive rendition of Luther Vandross’ “Dance With My Father” on American Idol, dedicating it to her military father, who is about to be deployed to Singapore. continue reading »

Hit and Run Driver Ran Because he “Had the Runs”

Either Barnard Cato of Gainesville, Florida is the most creative liar or has severe bowel movement issues. The 29-year-old Floridian took down a car and newspaper boxes Tuesday morning but instead of waiting for the police he fled the scene of the accident. continue reading »

Discovery en Espanol Airs Puebla Documentary-Puebla Launches English Website

As Mexico commemorates the Sesquicentennial Anniversary of Battle of Puebla, the Government of Puebla launched today an English website to inform visitors about the history, diversity and significance of Cinco de Mayo. continue reading »

MEXICO: Fire Detroys Thousands of Acres, Gunmen’s Threats Block Firefighters

The fire that started last weekend in the La Primavera forest outside the western Mexican city of Guadalajara burned between 30 percent and 40 percent of the trees in an area of about 3,000 hectares (7,407 acres), Environment Secretary Juan Rafael Elvira Quesada said Thursday. continue reading »