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Spring Ahead Without Losing Too Much Sleep

Advice from an expert on making the switch to daylight saving time. Losing an hour of sleep isn't easy for anyone, but there are ways to make springing ahead during daylight saving time easier, an expert says. continue reading »

Latino Group Joins Re-Enactment of Selma to Montgomery March

Thousands of people gather in Alabama each year to re-enact the Selma to Montgomery March that took place 47 years ago. This year protesters will have not just a memory but a new cause as they march across the Edmund Pettis Bridge. continue reading »

Chicago Group La Casa Offers Latino College Students Housing

A community organization in Chicago has unveiled La Casa, a housing development near the city's leading universities that seeks to provide Latino college students with a place to live and study at affordable rates. continue reading »

Narco Blog: Attack on Military Leaves 13 Criminals Dead (WARNING: Graphic Photo)

This week a Military confrontation lead to the death of 13 criminal gunmen, as military elements repelled an armed attack in the city of Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas. continue reading »

Parents of KIlled Suspect File Lawsuit Against Los Angeles Police

The parents of a Hispanic member of a street gang who was gunned down by police when he tried to evade arrest announced Friday that they are suing the Los Angeles Police Department. continue reading »

Man and Girlfriend Attack His Mom For Using His Salsa, Taco Sauce

In a bizarre and unsettling incident, 23-year-old Florida resident Christopher Phillips allegedly attacked his mother because she used his condiments. Police say Phillips attacked his 55-year-old mother Rebecca because she continue reading »

Steven Seagal, Maricopa Sheriff’s Office Being Sued for Over-the-Top Arrest That Included a Tank

Arizona’s now-famous Sheriff Joe Arpaio has once again gotten himself in trouble, but this time he has Steven Seagal to share the spotlight with. continue reading »

Livin’ La Vida Kazakhstan? Ricky Martin Song Plays Instead of Kazakhstan’s National Anthem (VIDEO)

Though we're not sure how or why it happened, officials at a recent skiing event in Kazakhstan were rather surprised when Ricky Martin's "Livin' La Vida Loca" began blasting from the speakers. continue reading »

Jury Rules Undocumented Immigrant is Rightful Owner of $750K Lottery Ticket, Not His Boss

An undocumented immigrant has been allowed to collect the $750,000 he won when he purchased a lottery ticket in 2010. On November 17, 2010, Guatemalan-born Jose Antonio Cua-Toc purchased continue reading »

Could Brazil’s 20-Year-Old Soccer Star, Neymar, be the Next Messi? (VIDEO)

Neymar da Silva Santos Júnior, more commonly known as just Neymar, may be barely 20 but that hasn't stopped some from comparing him to Barcelona's Lionel Messi. continue reading »

Incredible Dolphin Rescue in Arraial do Cabo, Brazil (VIDEO)

A beach at Arraial do Cabo in Brazil was the sight of a worrisome and extraordinary scene this week when a pod of dolphins beached themselves. It appears that about 30 dolphins we continue reading »

U.S. Veterans Fight to Obtain Legal Status for Their Families

While many veterans of current U.S. wars wrestle with physical and emotional wounds and the challenges of getting a job, some must also contend with obstacles to obtaining legal residence for their loved ones. continue reading »

Fruits, Veggies Can Be Beauty Tools, Study Says

Skin color improves as consumption increases, researchers say. The key to a rosy, healthy-looking complexion may be as simple as eating more fruits and vegetables, researchers say. continue reading »

Advocates Rally for Constitutional Amendment To Enforce Legal Rights of Crime Victims

Advocates Rally for Constitutional Amendment To Enforce Legal Rights of Crime Victims. Marsy's Law, or HJRCA 29, would amend the Illinois Constitution to protect crime victims and their families. continue reading »

Narco Blog: Charred Body of Young Man Found in State of Mexico ( Warning: Explicit Photos)

The body was found on the Colorado Valley Street, between Valley Street and the River Guadalquivir Remedios, near the Mexican Outer Loop. According to the preliminary report of the State of Mexico authorities continue reading »

After No Performance in 12 Years, Enrique Iglesias Announces Return to Madrid

Singer Enrique Iglesias will return to his native Madrid on May 4 to offer a concert on his "Euphoria" tour, his first such appearance in 12 years in the Spanish capital. continue reading »

70% Californians say Undocumented Should be Able to Keep their Jobs

Seventy percent of Californians feel that undocumented immigrants who have lived and worked in the country for at least two years should have the opportunity to keep their jobs, a new poll by the Public Policy Institute of California shows. continue reading »

Nearly-Deported DREAM Act-ers Daniela and Dayana Pelaez Visit Members of Congress (VIDEO)

Daniela and Dayana Pelaez, two sisters from Miami who were facing a deportation later this month, attended several meetings with members of Congress in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday, March 7. continue reading »

Romney Ads Attack Santorum for His Supporting Vote for Justice Sotomayor in 1998

In a seemingly unwise move for someone trying to attract Latino voters, Mitt Romney’s campaign has been airing ads attacking fellow Republican Presidential Candidate Rick Santorum for confirming Sonia Sotomayor’s 19 continue reading »

Latino H.S. Basketball Team Taunted with “USA!” After Defeat

The predominately white Alamo Heights’ high school basketball team celebrated their Region IV -4A championship by chanting “USA!” “USA!” Was this just heady enthusiasm or a racist chant as many are charging. continue reading »