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VOLCANO WATCH: Popocatepetl vs. Tungurahua

Though given the adorable-sounding nickname “El Popo” the Volcán Popocatépetl (Smoking Mountain) in Mexico is one seriously threatening volcano. Still, it is not the only volcano causing worry. In Ecuador, the Tungurahua volcano continue reading »

See What Famous Muralist Jeff Soto, a Chevy Sonic, and a Robotic Paint Gun Can Create (VIDEO)

As part of the promotional campaign for the new Sonic, Chevrolet has filmed a series of stunts, the latest being a partnership with world-famous muralist Jeff Soto. Soto is an artist, illustrator and muralist who has exhibited in galleries and museums aroun continue reading »

Jon Secada Looks Back at His Legacy with “Otra vez”

Twenty years after he began his career as a performer, Jon Secada is returning to the music scene with "Otra vez," an album on which he offers unreleased compositions and reestablishes his legacy as a br continue reading »

President of PepsiCo Mexico Rcognized for Legacy of Diversity and Inclusion

Pedro Padierna, President of PepsiCo Mexico, received the Global Steve Reinemund Diversity & Inclusion Leadership Legacy Award, one of the four PepsiCo Chairman’s Award 2012, that continue reading »

Healthy Lifestyle Choices Could Cut Cancer Rates: Report

But researchers say lawmakers, private industry need to do more to encourage change. Most people know what lifestyle choices will keep the chances of a cancer diagnosis low: Don't smoke, eat healthy, exercise and get the recommended screenings. continue reading »

Blog del Narco- El Chapo sends message to Zetas with 14 corpses ( WARNING: EXPLICIT PHOTOS)

El Chapo highlights its presence and maintains it will clean Zetas out of their area and assumed responsibility of 14 dismembered criminal belonging to that group. The leader of the Sinaloa cartel, Joaquin Guzman Loera, aka El Chapo Guzman, has demonstrated its strength in the border city of Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas. In a promise to clean the area of Los Zetas and send a message to their leaders, the Sinaloa Cartel dismembered several members of the Los Zeta Cartel. continue reading »

COMMUNITY ALERT: Strong Arm Robberies in 8th District (Chicago Lawn)

This alert gives notice to citizens residing on in the 008th District (Chicago Lawn) that an increase in robbery related incidents have occurred during the month of March and April continue reading »

Mexican Actress Ana Brenda Contreras Says She Preferes Playing Characters Who “Take a Stand”

Mexico's Ana Brenda Contreras says the character she plays in the Univision telenovela "La que no podia amar" is the strongest of her career so far. continue reading »

“Mi Vida Con Toty” -Check Out What Life is Like With a Mom Like Sofia Vergara (VIDEO)

"Big Brother? No no, Big Mother," says 20-year-old Manolo Gonzalez about seeing his mom, Modern Family actress Sofia Vergarae everywhere. continue reading »

Footballers File Racial Discrimination Lawsuit Against ‘The Bachelor’ and ‘The Bachelorette’

The makers of ABC’s looking-for-love shows The Bachelor and The Bachelorette have been slapped with a class-action lawsuit by football players Christopher Johnson and Nathaniel Claybrooks who say the shows racially discriminates. continue reading »

MAD MAX: Mel Gibson Loses it in Costa Rica, Screenwriter Provides Audio Proof

Just a few months after formerly-troubled actor Robert Downey Jr. asked the world, Hollywood in particular, to forgive Mel Gibson for his drunken anti-Semitic rants, the Mad Max star is just that, completely mad. continue reading »

Blog del Narco: Mexican Mayor Arrested in Company of Zeta Cartel Members

The mayor of the city of Chinameca was arrested along with several suspected members of the Los Zetas drug cartel in the Gulf state of Veracruz, the Mexican Defense Secretariat said. Martin Padua Zuñiga, a member of the conservative National Action Party, or PAN, continue reading »

Nine Latinos/Hispanics Make ‘TIME Magazine’ 100 Most Influential List

Each year, TIME Magazine releases “The 100 Most Influential People in the World” list, and this year, 9 Latinos/Hispanics made the list. From political figures to a red-headed funny man, the Latinos on the this years list span all walks of life. continue reading »

Latinos Bearing the Brunt of Foreclosure Crisis

The effects of the housing market’s collapse can be felt far and wide, though perhaps no more so than by Latinos and other communities of color. continue reading »

Check out Boyce Avenue’s Latest Video for “Broken Angel” (VIDEO)

The Manzano brothers, aka Boyce Avenue recently released the official music video for their song "Broken Angel" Staying true to their heartfelt songs, "Broken Angel" and its video tug at the viewers' heartstrings. T continue reading »

Spain’s King Juan Carlos Apologizes for Going on African Safari During Country’s Financial Crisis

"I'm very sorry. I made a mistake. It won't happen again," Spain's King Juan Carlos said Wednesday regarding a hunting trip to Botswana that became headline news after he was injured in a fall. continue reading »

Cancun Celebrates Spring Break Season Success

The Cancun Convention & Visitors Bureau proudly reports one of the most successful and unique Spring Break seasons ever, marked by record-breaking hotel occupancy rates, a strong presence of celebrities and high-profile VIPs, as well as the culmination of two of the most anticipated events the destination has ever hosted. continue reading »

Stop Racial Profiling: It is Too Costly to Our Families, Our Communities, and Our Country

The National Coalition for Immigrant Women’s Rights (NCIWR), which the National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health (NLIRH) and National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum (NAPAWF) co-lead, applauds Senator Dick Durbin (D-IL) and the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on the Constitution, Civil Rights and Human Rights for yesterday’s hearing on racial profiling. continue reading »

Optimism Might Cut Your Risk for Heart Attack

Large review also found positive people less likely to suffer stroke. Being upbeat is good for your heart, a new study suggests. Many previous studies have shown that negative mental states -- such as depression, anger, anxiety and hostility -- can harm the heart. continue reading »

Blog del Narco: Shooting in Streets Kills 3- Including 10 Year Old

Shooting erupted on the streets of the colony of Royal Villas, where he executed three people, including 10 year old, while the Governor's bodyguard was wounded. continue reading »