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63 lbs of Erectile Dysfunction Drugs Seized by Border Protection inside Luggage at LAX

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), Tom Bradley International Terminal stopped the attempt to smuggle 63.3 pounds of tadalafil, the main chemical component of erectile dysfunction drugs continue reading »

LATINO BLOTTER: After Making Meth-Smoking Video Woman Shoots Children, Boyfriend, Cousin, Self

A California woman is at the center of a horrific murder-suicide that resulted in the loss of four lives, while one hangs on his. After a fight with her boyfriend, 33-year-old Eduardo Lopez continue reading »

From One Island to Another, Can Jorge Garcia and J.J Abrams Keep “Alcatraz” Afloat?

For 6 seasons, Jorge Garcia garnered a number of fans while playing the loveable comic relief Hugo "Hurley" Reyes on the ABC series “Lost” but Monday night, he debuted his latest role on Fox’s “Alcatraz.” continue reading »

GOP Hispanic Group Throws Support Behind Gingrich, Chides Romney’s Immigration Stance

The biggest organization of Hispanic Republicans in the United States endorsed former House Speaker Newt Gingrich for the GOP presidential nomination. continue reading »

‘Leave and Get in Line’ Romney Tells the Undocumented at the SC Debate

Yesterday’s South Carolina Republican debate set in idyllic Myrtle Beach belied the chaotic and boisterous verbal dueling going on inside the Myrtle Beach Conference Center. continue reading »

El Salvador’s President Mauricio Funes Apologizes for Massacre of 1981

President Mauricio Funes formally apologized on Monday for the Salvadoran army's 1981 slaughter of nearly 1,000 people in and around the town of El Mozote. continue reading »

On America Recycles Day, It’s Time to Realize That Competitors Must Learn How to Collaborate

Tuesday is American Recycles Day, and every individual who recycles, or makes it their business to purchase recycled materials, is a hero. And here is a tale of recycling that highli continue reading »

Republican Business & Professional Women Group Invite Notorious Immigrant Hater to Speak

I was utterly dismayed to learn that the Republican Business & Professional Women has invited Nebraska’s most notorious immigrant hater, Susan Smith, to speak at your dinner meeting on January 16, 2012. Susan Smith is the leader continue reading »

Narco Blog: Policeman Killed in Loma Linda (Warning- Graphic Photos)

Saturday afternoon, an officer of the State Police was killed in the city of Culiacan, Sinaloa. The incident occurred in the colony of Loma Linda, located south of the city. The policeman was in the company of an unknown person when witnesses said the officer began arguing with the man. continue reading »

One Dies, 7 Very Ill After Drinking Homemade Banana Liquor in Colombia Contaminated with Round-up

An Indian in the southeastern Colombian province of Guaviare died and at least seven others were gravely ill after imbibing a homemade liquor fermented from bananas that were apparently contaminated by pesticide used to eradicate coca, the raw material of cocaine, authorities said Monday. continue reading »

Alexis Rodriguez Gets $44.7 Million Hospital Tab, No Not the Yankee Slugger, this Alex is Unemployed

A computer error led to panic for an unemployed doorman who received a bill for more than $44.7 million from New York's Bronx-Lebanon Hospital, the New York Daily News said Monday. continue reading »

Daughter of Cuban President Expects Communist Party to Accept LGBT Rights

The sexologist daughter of Cuban President Raul Castro expects the upcoming assembly of the ruling Communist Party to help clear the way for a bill on transsexual and gay rights. continue reading »

LATINO BLOTTER: Fernando Porras Tries to Kill Wife by Poisoning her Rice Krispies

Snap! Crackle! POISON! A California husband and father is in jail after police say he tried to kill his wife by putting a powerful stain remover in her cereal. continue reading »

Agreement With Walgreens Means Chileans Now Have Another Health Care Option While in the U.S.

Chileans in the United States now have another option for basic health care thanks to an agreement between the Chile and drug store giant Walgreens. continue reading »

LATINO BLOTTER: Former Marine Itzcoatl Ocampo Believed to Have Killed 4 Homeless Men in California

An Iraq war veteran who is the lead suspect in the killing of four homeless men in California is believed to have a homeless father, whom he may have tried to warn. continue reading »

LATINO BLOTTER UPDATE: Virginia Butt Slasher Caught in Lima, Peru

The man believed to be behind the Virginia butt slashing attacks last year has been arrested in Peru. According to Interpol Peru, Johnny D. Guillen was apprehended in Lima on Friday. continue reading »

Narco Blog: Journalist ~New President Will Change Mexico’s Anti-Drug-Policy

The winner of the July 1 presidential election will change Mexico's anti-drug strategy, British journalist Ioan Grillo said in an interview with Efe. Grillo, whose book "El Narco: Inside Mexico's Criminal Insurgency" continue reading »

Mercedes-Benz Apologizes for Using Che Guevara Image in Promotional Presentation

Daimler AG has apologized for using the Che Guevara’s image in a promotion for luxury cars in a presentation in Las Vegas last week. Many were outraged to see the Argentine Marxist revolutionary Ernesto continue reading »

Remembering Martin Luther King’s ‘I have a Dream’ Speech (VIDEO)

As the nations celebrate all the good Martin Luther King did, what better way to remember him then through his 'I Have a Dream Speech.' The speech was given on August 28, 1963 at a march on Washington D.C. continue reading »

Are You Bored at Work?  Then You’ll Probably turn to Booze and Chocolate

Chronic boredom grips one-fourth of office workers, which may affect their quality of work as well as their physical and mental health, a new study suggests. continue reading »