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Immigration Reform- Bill to Bar Undocumented From College Dies in Georgia Legislature

Activists hailed Friday the death of SB 458, a state Senate bill that sought to bar undocumented immigrants from Georgia's public universities. The bill also aimed to invalidate foreign passports as ID for obtaining public services. continue reading »

Puerto Rican Rocker Kingnaldo to Debut New Disc-Combustible ( AUDIO)

Puerto Rican rocker Kingnaldo, who made his name in 2009 with his first album, is launching his latest production under the title "Combustible." Reynaldo Serrano Lima, known as Kingnaldo, told Efe in an interview Friday that his new disc "goes more directly to things that get to me" like social and human continue reading »

Selena Quintanilla Family Talks Exclusively With Cristina 6C/7P April 1

The Quintanilla family talks exclusively with Cristina on the new project will continue the musical history of Selena. "Love with You", an album of duets with Selena's voice singing with big names in music today. continue reading »

Emotional Moment: Havana Seminarians had Chance to Meet Pope

Kenny Fernandez Delgado was 13 when Blessed John Paul II came to the tropical Cuban capital. He remembers little about the 1998 event other than arriving late for the Mass at Revolution Square with his mother and a brother continue reading »

Sean Paul Ft. Pitbull - She Doesn’t Mind (Remix) (New 2012 + Download Link)

LATIN star Pitbull has put his spin on Sean Paul's latest hit song, She Doesn't Mind. It is the first collaboration between the Cuba-born, American rapper continue reading »

ICE Reports Deporting Nearly 47,000 Parents of U.S. Citizen Children

Troubling New Report Revealing Deportations Data for First Half of 2011. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) in the first half of 2011 deported 46,686 parents who had at least one U.S. citizen child, says an ICE report made public on Monday. continue reading »

Chavez Health Uncertain for Upcoming Venezuelan Presidential Election Oct 7 (VIDEO)

Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez is battling what is believed to be an aggressive cancer, but he has vowed to continue running for a third term in office. The election is set for October 7 continue reading »

Zimmerman’s Brother Defends his Actions, Claims Kill-or-Be-Killed Scenario

George Zimmerman’s brother Robert Zimmerman Jr. explained to Piers Morgan that his brother was confronted with a kill-or-be-killed scenario the night he shot and killed 17-year-old Trayvon Martin. continue reading »

Menendez Introduces Resolution to Honor César Estrada Chavez on the 85th Anniv of His Birthday

With Saturday, March 31st marking the 85th anniversary of Cesar Estrada Chavez’s birthday, U.S. Senator Robert Menendez (D-NJ) today introduced a resolution to commemorate his life and legacy, a recognition that has become an annual tradition. For the sixth year in a row, Republicans in the Senate prevented an official honor of the civil rights leader, objecting to Unanimous Consent passage of the resolution. continue reading »

Activists Prepare for Supreme Court Ruling on Arizona’s SB 1070 Immigration Law

Defenders of immigrants' rights on the national level are preparing to respond immediately to the Supreme Court ruling on the future of Arizona's harsh immigration law. continue reading »

Mexican Family Accused of Human Sacrifices After 7 Year Old Disappears

Eight members of a Mexican family were arrested in the northern state of Sonora on suspicion of committing ritual murders, authorities said. The spokesman for the state Attorney General's Office, Jose Larrinaga, continue reading »

House Hearing Mocks Humane Immigration Detention Standards

Cynically entitled “Holiday on ICE,” the hearing reflects Chairman Lamar Smith’s allegation that the new standards—which set minimum requirements for medical care, access to counsel, and other living conditions—are a “hospitality guideline” for detained immigrants. continue reading »

Report: Latino Women Paid Less Than Black Women and Rest of U.S. Workforce

Pay below the national average persists among the majority of Latino women, who earn, on average, 40 percent less than white non-Hispanic men, according to the Labor Council for Latin American Advancement. continue reading »

Uninsured Immigrant Women Go Underground for Birth Control Pills

Most undocumented immigrants in Arizona either can’t afford private health insurance or don’t qualify for state insurance programs for low-income families. As a result, many seek alternative ways of meeting their health care needs by tapping into an underground market for medications, including birth control pills. continue reading »

Representative of Mexican Priest’s Victims Reproaches Pope for Ignoring Them

A representative of the victims of sexual abuse committed by late Mexican priest Marcial Maciel, founder of the Legion of Christ, on Monday reproached Pope Benedict XVI "for having ignored" that group of people on his just-concluded visit to Mexico. continue reading »

Mexico City Takes First Step in Banning Bullfighting

A commission of the Legislative Assembly of Mexico City approved a bill that would ban bullfights in the Mexican capital. Three of the panel's members endorsed the measure, while two others abstained and a sixth member walked out before the vote. continue reading »

Dissident Cuban Blogger & HS News Contributor Yoani Sanchez Sees Opportunity in Pope Visit

As Pope Benedict prepares to visit Cuba next week, a dissident blogger says the trip is a good time to showcase the real situation in the island nation. Even though Yoani Sánchez believes the visit will not have a major political impact, she says it will be a good opportunity because of the increased international attention that comes with a visit by the Pope. continue reading »

Rosario Bares her Gypsy Rocker Soul in Captivating Quito Concert

In a concert of driving energy in Quito, Spanish singer Rosario Flores bared her Gypsy soul - this time more rocker than ever - and captivated an Ecuadorian audience that sang along and cheered the artist's songs. continue reading »

Caramelos de Cianuro Band Manager Found Slain

Venezuelan musical producer Libero Laizzo, manager of the rock group Caramelos de Cianuro (Cyanide Candy), was found dead on a Caracas highway after being kidnapped earlier this week, the private TV channel Globovision said. continue reading »

Salvadorans Push to Transform TPS into Permanent Residence Status

Activists here on Friday urged the U.S. government to convert the Temporary Protected Status extended to migrants from El Salvador, Honduras and Nicaragua into legal permanent residence. continue reading »