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Mexican Photojournalist Acquitted of Murdering His Wife

Mexican photojournalist Sergio Dorantes Zurita, a former employee of Newsweek magazine whose acquittal on charges of murdering his wife in 2003 was upheld last week on appeal, described his battle for justice in a radio interview in this capital. continue reading »

Two Latinos Make the Newsweek Top 50 Power List

Is there a correlation between the amount of money a political or media figure makes a year, and how influential they are? Newsweek magazine seems to think there is, and asked Wealth-X, a research firm, to compile a list of the 50 highest-earning figures of 2010. They did, and published it, despite representatives for most individuals listing avowing Wealth-X's estimates were inaccurate. continue reading »

Coming To Your Local Bookstore: ‘El Chapo’ Biography

The biography of the most wanted Mexican drug lord, Joaquin ‘El Chapo’ Guzman, written by journalist Malcolm Beith is now available at your local bookstores. The biography details El Chapo’s beginnings in Sinaloa to his rise as one of Mexico’s most well known drug lords. continue reading »