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A Deadly Syndrome Stalks the Mexican Elections

Call it the Michoacan Plus Syndrome. Exposed during last fall’s elections in the Mexican state of Michoacan, kidnappings and other crimes against actual or potential political candidates are now surfacing in Mexico’s state and federal elections scheduled for July 1. continue reading »

Health Tip: Consider These Diabetes ‘Superfoods’

Offerings that should meld well with a diabetic's meal plan. People with diabetes should look for foods that pack a powerful nutritional punch yet have a low glycemic index, experts say. continue reading »

Latinos and NASCAR:  A Growing Friendship

The Hispanic stamp is becoming ever more prominent on the NASCAR circuit, with Latino drivers and teams and, even, marketing strategies directed at that segment to broaden the sport's fan base. continue reading »

Bike To Work Week Events Announced

Spin Classes at Cloud Gate and Pee-Wee’s Big Adventure in Millennium Park. Bike Chicago 2012 and Goose Island Beer Company announce today this year’s ful continue reading »

Blog del Narco: “The Cuban”  Arrested for Dismembering 4 Children

Joel Rodriguez Barrero, “The Cuban”, was arrested several days ago in Morelos in the possession of weapons and drugs. He has been identified as responsible for the recent murder and dismemberment of four children. The dismembered bodies of Brandon, Rembrant, Lenin and Brian, 14, 21, 20 and 17, respectively, were found on 8 March in the colony Pradera, Cuernavaca. continue reading »

Aura Cristina Geithner to be Villain in Mexican Soap Opera “Quererte Asi”

Colombian actress Aura Cristina Geithner will be the villain in TV Azteca's new soap opera "Quererte asi" - to be launched on April 16 - in which she will star with Mexican actors Francisco Angelini and Maria Jose Madan. continue reading »

Hispanics Love Social Media, But Are More Reluctant to Share Personal Information

Hispanics show a greater enthusiasm than other groups for social media such as Facebook, YouTube and Google+, but are more reluctant to share personal information, according to a study released Thursday. continue reading »

Rio’s Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil Was Home to 3 of 2011’s Most Popular Art Exhibitions

According to Art Newspaper, Rio de Janeiro’s Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil (CCBB) was home to three of the 2011’s 10 most-visited exhibitions. Many in the art world might be surprised continue reading »

LATINO BLOTTER: Fire Captain Elmer Cuevas Burns Wife’s Clothes, Headbutts Officers

A Georgia fire captain was arrested earlier this week after allegedly lighting his wife’s clothes on fire and then threatening and attacking officers that arrived on the scene. continue reading »

No Worries Pueblo, George Zimmerman’s Latino Credentials Have Been Officially Revoked

There were many in the Latino community that wrote off George Zimmerman early on as an overzealous, dangerous version of Barney Fife and but there were many others that stood by him for simply being Latino – even if it was only half Latino. continue reading »

CAINE’S ARCADE: Nine-Year-Old Inspires Filmmaker, Community, World (VIDEO)

In East L.A.’s industrial district one little boy is inspiring not only his own father, but thousands across the across the country and even the world. At just 9 years old, Caine continue reading »

Latino-Themed ‘Paranormal Activity’ Film in the Works

Hollywood seems to be taking on more Latino-themed projects and the horror genre is no exception. According to The Hollywood Reporter, filmmakers are looking to make continue reading »

43 Workers Kidnapped asking 10M Ransom-Peruvian Gov’t Says it will Not Negotiate

The government said Thursday it "does not negotiate with terrorists," referring to the armed group that kidnapped 43 energy company workers earlier this week in the jungles of southeastern Peru's Cuzco region and is demanding $10 million for their release. continue reading »

LATINO BLOTTER: Registered Sex Offender Watches Child Pornography at Sacramento Starbucks

A registered sex offender was arrested Monday after employees at a Bay Area Starbucks in California noticed he was watching child pornography. Most know that looking at child pornography is not just wro continue reading »

New Tampa Bay Rays Stadium – Paid for by Immigration Program

The Tampa Bay Rays would like to replace their current stadium, Tropicana Field, with a new stadium, yet they are lacking the funds to pay for it. However the answer to their dilemma could come from a surprising source: an immigration program called EB-5. continue reading »

Roselyn Sanchez and Family Grace Cover of First ¡HOLA! Puerto Rico

Puerto Rican actress and model Roselyn Sanchez, hubby Eric Winter and baby daughter Sebella Rose grace the cover of the first edition of HOLA! Puerto Rico, which went on sale on Wednesday on the Caribbean island. continue reading »

Codeine After Surgery Could Endanger Certain Kids: Study

In children with rare gene mutation, post-tonsillectomy death seemed to be due to reaction to pain medicine. Concerns about codeine safety have gained traction in the w continue reading »

Jose Calderon Named President of the HIspanic Federation

The Board of Directors of the Hispanic Federation (HF) unanimously voted to name José Calderón as President of HF. The appointment is effective immediately. continue reading »

Communities of Faith in Alabama Launch TV Ad Calling Immigration Law Immoral

Late last week, the Alabama legislature introduced a bill to change the state’s disastrous anti-immigrant law, HB 56. The new changes don’t even come close to fixing the problem - in fact they even make some provisions even worse! continue reading »

Health Tip: Know Your Risk Factors for Atherosclerosis

The leading killer of men and women in the United States. Atherosclerosis, sometimes called hardening of the arteries, occurs when sticky fat depo continue reading »