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Inside Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue: Rafael Nadal Poses with Bar Refaeli

Spanish tennis icon Rafael Nadal appears in the new Sports Illustrated swimsuit edition along with Israeli model Bar Refaeli in an erotically-charged photo shoot. continue reading »

Shakira Describes Being “Attacked by a Sea Lion”

Shakira was slightly injured when she spotted a seal lion in Cape Town, South Africa and moved in for a closer look. On her official Facebook page, the Colombian singer wrote a note titled continue reading »

Kate Upton, Mark Sanchez’s (Rumored) GF, Lands Cover of Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue

On Monday’s taping of The Late Show with David Letterman, the rumored girlfriend of footballer Mark Sanchez was revealed to be the cover model for the 2012 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue. continue reading »

Jennifer Lopez Speaks About Whitney Houston During Appearance on ‘Tonight Show’ (VIDEO)

Jennifer Lopez appeared on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno Monday night. The 42-year-old singer/actress spoke with Jay about working with ex-husband Marc Anthony on their talent competition show continue reading »

Latino Baseball Hall of Fame Unveil Bronze Tommy Lasorda Statue in Dominican Republic

Each year, the Latino Baseball Hall of Fame bestows the Tommy Lasorda Award to non-Latinos who make significant contributions to Latino baseball, but this weekend is was Lasorda himself who was presented with an honor. continue reading »

Demi Lovato Posts Photo of Her New Blonde Look

Demi Lovato appears to have ditched her natural brown (though sometimes red) look for a more California blonde frock. Over the weekend, the former Disney sweetheart took to Twitter to continue reading »

Latino Students Protesting Romney in Arizona for Anti-Dream Act Stance

A group of young Hispanics protested the visit of Republican president hopeful Mitt Romney to Arizona because of his stance on immigration reform and the DREAM Act, continue reading »

Xoloitzcuintli Makes First Appearance at 2012 Westminster Dog Show (VIDEO)

Monday marked the start of the 136th Annual Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show and some breeds made their debut at the event, including a little guy by the hard-to-say name of Xoloitzcuintli. continue reading »

Pew Study:  While Labor Force Growth Slows, Hispanic Share of Labor Force Surging

Hispanics will account for three-quarters of the growth in the nation’s labor force from 2010 to 2020, according to new projections from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) continue reading »

Just in Time for Valentine’s Day: Boyce Avenue Releases Cover of “Without You” (VIDEOS)

Have you heard of Boyce Avenue? Chances are good you have, whether you realize it or not. The boys of Boyce Avenue have made a name for themse continue reading »

STUDY:  Mexican-American Kids Add Pounds as They Lose Native Eating Habits

A study shows that Mexican-American youth gain pounds as they move away from the dietary habits of their native country continue reading »

Academics Teofilo Ruiz and Ramon Saldivar Receive National Humanities Medal

Latino academics Teofilo Ruiz and Ramon Saldivar were among nine people to receive the National Humanities Medal from President Barack Obama in a ceremony on Monday at the White House. continue reading »

Exercise a Defense Against Dementia: Study

Odds of dying from brain deterioration were less for physically fit individuals. Here's another reason to get into shape: Physical activity may reduce the risk of dementia-related death, according to a new study. continue reading »

Marc A. Rodriguez Named Chairman-Elect of United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

The United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC) Board of Directors today announced Marc A. Rodriguez as the new Chairman-Elect of the Board. continue reading »

Beauty Products and Cancer: Know the Facts

Have you dyed or relaxed your hair? Do you put on lipstick before you head out to work? Do you paint your nails? Many Hispanic women have a beauty routine or beauty products that they regularly use. continue reading »

What is an Upscale Latino?

Just what is an upscale Latino? Take a drive through some of the manicured suburban neighborhoods of Downey, Whittier, West Covina or parts of Glendale California to get an idea. Or you can read a new report put together by Packaged continue reading »

Smithsonian Latino Center Announces Young Ambassadors Program

The Smithsonian Latino Center is accepting applications for the 2012 Young Ambassadors Program being held June 24 – August 3. The deadline for all applications is Monday, April 9 continue reading »

Chicago Prepares for Nobel Peace Laureates Summit, Raising $1 Mil

The three-day World Summit, themed “Speak Up, Speak Out for Freedom and Rights,” will occur April 23-25 and will feature moderated discussions with Nobel Peace Laureates that will be webcast around the world continue reading »

Narco Blog: Many Drug Traffickers No Longer Living in Luxurious Mansions

The Intelligence Department of the Navy Secretary of Mexico, insists that some drug dealers do not live in big mansions or luxurious residences, quite the contrary, as their research shows that leaders and major players continue reading »

Ricky Martin Says ‘Evita’ Brings ‘Latino Flair’ to Broadway

Singer and actor Ricky Martin said he's living a moment of happiness in both his personal and professional lives as he prepares to return to the Broadway stage in a new production of "Evita." continue reading »