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Venezuela’s Hugo Chavez Expected to Take “Virtual” Oath to Presidency

Venezuela’s Hugo Chavez Expected to Take “Virtual” Oath to Presidency

Ailing President Hugo Chavez is expected to be sworn in for another term as President this Thursday “virtually” from his hospital bed in Cuba. Chavez took office in 1999, and was re-elected in October to another six-year term. continue reading »

PETA Calls for Ban on Decapitations in Florida’s “Python Challenge”

PETA Calls for Ban on Decapitations in Florida’s “Python Challenge”

The group People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals is calling on Florida authorities to ban decapitations in the upcoming Python Challenge contest, organized to combat an alarming pr continue reading »

LATINO BLOTTER: Subway Employee Fights with Patron Over Ketchup

LATINO BLOTTER: Subway Employee Fights with Patron Over Ketchup

A Florida restaurant worker lost his job last week after he got into an explosive argument with a patron over ketchup. Customer Luis Martinez walked into an Orlando Subway and ordered a Philly continue reading »

Wild Dogs Kill 4 in Ecological Reserve in Mexico City

Wild Dogs Kill 4 in Ecological Reserve in Mexico City

Four people died in an attack by wild dogs at an ecological reserve in Mexico City, according to forensic analysis, authorities in the Mexican capital said. continue reading »

BRAZIL: Cat Used to Smuggle Items Into Prison

BRAZIL: Cat Used to Smuggle Items Into Prison

Guards at a Brazilian prison recently nabbed a purring accomplice to what was likely an attempted prison escape. On New Year’s Eve, guards at a medium-security prison in Arapiraca continue reading »

Chicago Perfumer Creates “Tamale” Scent

Chicago Perfumer Creates “Tamale” Scent

Some scents wake us up, some calm us down and help us sleep. It makes us wonder then, what the scent of tamales will do for us. Chicago perfumer Zoraydo “Z” Ortiz has created a new continue reading »

First Week of 2013 Proves Deadly in Puerto Rico With 14 Murders

First Week of 2013 Proves Deadly in Puerto Rico With 14 Murders

A young evangelical pastor was among the 14 people slain in Puerto Rico in the first week of 2013, police reported Monday. The most recent murder occurred Sunday at 9:55 p.m. in Canovanas, east of San Juan, where an unknown assailant walked up to Kedin Adorno Fuentes, 22, and shot him several times in the face. continue reading »

Crime Scene Photos Shown to Jury in Murder Trial of Jodi Arias (PHOTO WARNING)

Crime Scene Photos Shown to Jury in Murder Trial of Jodi Arias (PHOTO WARNING)

The trial of Jodi Arias began last week, and the photos of the crime scene were recently shown to the jury. Arias is standing trial for murdering her ex-boyfriend Travis continue reading »

WEIRD: Jets Coach Has QB Mark Sanchez’s Number Tattooed on His Arm

WEIRD: Jets Coach Has QB Mark Sanchez’s Number Tattooed on His Arm

Head coach of the NFL's New York Jets has revealed what can only be described as a slightly confusing tattoo. Still, as odd as it may seem, it could mean good news for Mark Sanchez. continue reading »

American Airlines Employee, Luis Montano, Put on ‘No Fly’ List, Doesn’t Know Why

American Airlines Employee, Luis Montano, Put on ‘No Fly’ List, Doesn’t Know Why

A 13-year employee of American Airlines is baffled and financially crushed, having been told by his employer that he was being suspended after his name was added to the TSA's "no fly" list. continue reading »