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Musician Jason Molina Loses Battle with Alcohol at 39

Musician Jason Molina Loses Battle with Alcohol at 39

Musician and songwriter Jason Molina has lost his battle with alcohol dying at age 39 from organ failure due to his alcohol consumption on Saturday March 16. continue reading »

GiveForward to Latinos in Need

GiveForward to Latinos in Need

Every day someone somewhere is struggling in ways many of us can not image and never wish to experience. As we count our blessings, let us also remember those less fortunate. Let us GiveForward to these Latinos in need. continue reading »

REPORT:  Immigrant Temporary Workers Systematically Exploited and Abused, Most from Mexico

REPORT:  Immigrant Temporary Workers Systematically Exploited and Abused, Most from Mexico

Unions and human rights defense organizations on Tuesday denounced before a panel of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights what they describe as the "systematic exploitation" of immigrant temporary workers in the United States. continue reading »

13-Year Old Latino Boy Left Paralyzed by LAPD to Receive $24 Million Settlement

13-Year Old Latino Boy Left Paralyzed by LAPD to Receive $24 Million Settlement

A thirteen-year-old boy from Mexico has been awarded the highest single case settlement from the Los Angeles Police Department, after being left paralyzed when he was shot as he carried a toy gun. continue reading »

Salma Hayek at UN to Present Awards in Honor of International Women’s Day

Salma Hayek at UN to Present Awards in Honor of International Women’s Day

In recognition of International Women's Day, Avon Foundation for Women Ambassador Salma Hayek Pinault and Avon Products, Inc. announced winners of Avon Communications Awards continue reading »

Latino Priest Arrested for Vandalizing Property of Local Residents

Father Eusebio Martinez has been arrested in Texas for vandalizing the property of a local resident family, the Villanuevas. Father Martinez is Pastor of the Holy Family Catholic Church in the border town of Edinburg, Texas which has a continue reading »

Spanish Artist Domingo Zapata Takes Payment in Form of Pizza for the Poor

Spanish Artist Domingo Zapata Takes Payment in Form of Pizza for the Poor

Spanish artist and Hollywood darling Domingo Zapata sold several of his painting for ‘dough’ as in pizza dough. continue reading »

Hispanic Standout: Dr. Alejandro Berenstein and the Vascular Birthmark Institute

Hispanic Standout: Dr. Alejandro Berenstein and the Vascular Birthmark Institute

Dr. Alejandro Berenstein and the Vascular Birthmark Institute are making all the difference in the world for a 2-year-old Dominican boy. Joel de la Rosa is getting a facial malformation fixed thanks to Berenstein and the Healing the Children organization. continue reading »

Maria Sharapova Will Play Tennis Exhibition in Bogota This December

Maria Sharapova Will Play Tennis Exhibition in Bogota This December

World No. 3 Maria Sharapova of Russia will play an exhibition match in Colombia in December, organizers said. "It is true, Maria Sharapova will play in an exhibition match on Dec. 6 in Colombia, in Bogota. continue reading »

Mexico’s Missing Persons Database Contains Over 26,000 Names

Mexico’s Missing Persons Database Contains Over 26,000 Names

The government has a database listing the names of 26,121 people who have not been located or are missing in Mexico, Deputy Government Secretary for Judicial Affairs and Human Rights Lia Limon said. continue reading »