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LATINO BLOTTER: Texas Teacher Pleads Guilty to Having Sex With 16-Year-Old Student

A Texas science teacher has pled guilty to teaching one of her students a little too much about human anatomy. In the fall of 2010, a 16-year-old student went to Fort W continue reading »

Domincan Pitcher, Fausto Carmona, Allegedly Used False Identity to Play with Cleveland Indians

A pitcher with the Cleveland Indians has been arrested in the Dominican Republic for reportedly using a false identity. According to a spokesman for police in the Dominican, continue reading »

Fox to Launch Spanish-Language TV Network this Fall

News Corp. unit Fox and Colombia's RCN Television Group announced Monday the launch of MundoFox, a new Spanish-language television network with general content targeting the U.S. Hispanic market. continue reading »

Do Shakira and Pique Have a Sex Tape?

Rumors are flying that Colombian singer Shakira and her boyfriend Gerard Pique are not only engaged, but also have a sex tape and that it could be released at any time. continue reading »

Narco Blog: Gunmen Kill 8, Wound at least 20 at Guatemala Disco

At least eight people were killed and more than 20 others wounded when gunmen armed with assault rifles opened fire at a disco in Villa Nueva, a city in the southern part of the Guatemala City metropolitan area, a National Civilian Police, or PNC, spokesman said Sunday. Three unidentified men were pronounced dead at the scene and two others died after arrival at a hospital emergency room. continue reading »

Sen. Mark Kirk Undergoing Surgery After Weekend Stroke

Illinois Senator Mark Kirk is reportedly undergoing surgery after suffering a stroke over the weekend. A spokesperson for Senator Mark Kirk (R-IL) today released continue reading »

Margarita Nation’s Most Ordered Cocktail, Corona Best Selling Import Beer

What are the favorites drinks of choice when America goes cocktailing? It’s the margarita for mixed drink lovers and the Corona for beer lovers. continue reading »

Brazil Returns 47 Tons of Hospital Waste to the U.S.

Brazil has returned to the United States 46.6 tons of hospital waste that had been intercepted last October in the northeastern state of Pernambuco by customs agents, the Freight Terminal at the port of Suape said Sunday. continue reading »

National Latina Institute Applauds Obama Decision to Uphold Birth Control Coverage

This week, the National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health (NLIRH) celebrated the Obama Administration’s decision to require that health plans cover preventive health care, including birth control, with no co-pays. continue reading »

Newt Gingrich Promises Florida Primary Voters Peaceful End to Castro Regime in Cuba

Republican presidential hopeful Newt Gingrich, who has rebounded in recent voter surveys, promised Sunday that if he wins the U.S. presidency in November he will seek a peaceful end to the Castro dictatorship in Cuba. continue reading »

Marco Scutaro Leaves Red Sox for Colorado Rockies

Venezuelan shortstop, Marco Scutaro has been traded from the Boston Red Sox to the Colorado Rockies for pitcher Clayton Mortensen. continue reading »

BREAKING NEWS:  Gabby Giffords Announces She Will Resign, Watch YouTube Announcement (Video)

Arizona Rep. Gabrielle Giffords just announced she is stepping down from Congress this week via a You Tube video. Watch it here. She thanks everyone for their prayers and tells everyone that she has more work to do on her recovery. continue reading »

Miracle: Futbolist Salvador Cabanas Makes Professional Comeback in Spite of Bullet Lodged in Skull

When futbol player, Salvador Cabañas was shot back on January 25, 2010 no one thought that he would survive the close range bullet to the head or that he would return to professional playing when the bullet remained in his skull. continue reading »

9 1/2 Ounce Latino Baby Survives and Now Ready to Leave L.A. Hospital

A Hispanic baby born 16 weeks prematurely, and considered one of world's tiniest babies ever to survive, has been released from a Los Angeles Hospital. continue reading »

Spain’s David Ferrer routs Argentinian Juan Ignacio Chela to Advance at Australian Open

Spain's David Ferrer overcame a slow start to rout Juan Ignacio Chela 7-5, 6-2, 6-1 Saturday and join three of his countrymen in the round of 16 of the Australian Open.Chela's defeat, meanwhile, left fellow Argentine Juan Martin del Potro as the only Latin American left in the first Grand Slam tournament of the tennis season. continue reading »

Singer Reinaldo Alvarez Sees Ballads in his Future and Moves to Miami

Venezuelan singer-songwriter Reinaldo Alvarez is seeking a spot in the romantic ballad category with his disc "Conexiones," a hit in his own country and now being promoted in the United States. continue reading »

Chicago Lawsuit: U.S. Immigration Policy Unfair to Religious Workers

A handful of religious organizations, including two based in the Chicago region, have joined efforts in challenging a national immigration policy that discriminates against religious workers, according to a new federal lawsuit. continue reading »

Colombian Gregorio Uribe, A Rising Star in NYC’s Latin Music Scene, Releases His Debut Album

Colombian singer-songwriter Gregorio Uribe has quickly established himself as a rising force in NYC's Latin music scene and now presents his much anticipated debut album, Pluma y Vino, literally translated as Pen and Wine. continue reading »

Over Two Years in ICE Limbo- Help keep this Family Together

One of the most common misconceptions we Americans think is that once an immigrant and a US citizen marry the immigrant gets his green card. I'm here to say that is 100% false. You have to hire a lawyer to file these confusing litigation papers. You have to sit back and put all your hope in the hands of people that you don't know and wait. I'm Melissa Rodas a United States Citizen. continue reading »

Pilot Program to Review Deportations is Positive Step but Still too Slow for Many

Attorneys and activists involved in the recently completed pilot program in Denver and Baltimore to review deportation cases expressed their frustration Friday because, while this is a positive step forward, it's not a real solution to the problem. continue reading »