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STUDY: Hispanic Culture Protects Latino Teens from Violence

STUDY: Hispanic Culture Protects Latino Teens from Violence

Latino kids who spend unstructured leisure time with friends, participate in certain nonschool activities and have part-time jobs may encounter high levels of violence in their communities. continue reading »

The Supreme Court Decisions That Didn’t Come… Yet

The Supreme Court Decisions That Didn’t Come… Yet

Mark your calendar, today will go down in history as the day that nothing significant happened. All bets were that it wouldn’t be that way. In fact at approximately 8:59:55 this morning I held my breath. Then, nothing. continue reading »

Whole Foods Revises Employee Rules Following Spanish Incident

Whole Foods Revises Employee Rules Following Spanish Incident

The U.S. supermarket chain Whole Foods said it has revised its guidelines for employees on the use of languages other than English following the "unfortunate incident" involving the suspension of two Spanish-speaking workers. continue reading »

LATINO BLOTTER: Texas Professor Killed by Stiletto-Wielding Girlfriend

LATINO BLOTTER: Texas Professor Killed by Stiletto-Wielding Girlfriend

On Tuesday, police confirmed the death of University of Houston professor Alf Stefan Andersson, but more shocking then the death itself was the manner in which it occurred. continue reading »

Whole Foods Denies Banning Spanish Among Employees

Whole Foods Denies Banning Spanish Among Employees

The Whole Foods Market chain has denied banning the use of Spanish or any other language except English among employees, but promised to review its current policy amid a controversy that has even sparked threats of a boycott. continue reading »

Otra Ves, Racism, Racism, Racism

Otra Ves, Racism, Racism, Racism

Bueno, it took a totally nonpolitical person to help bring contemporary racism to the surface. Currently, you have politicians saying that the days of racism, those halcyon days of 1965, are over. We, as society, have moved beyond the racist appeals of fringe groups such as the nazi’s or klansmen. continue reading »

Top Celebrity-Owned Tequila Brands

Top Celebrity-Owned Tequila Brands

Celebrities are often lending their names to various brands ranging from clothing to perfume to alcohol, while many have attempted to make their name in the tequila industry only a few have succeeded. continue reading »

Obama Welcomes Latino Businessmen at White House

Obama Welcomes Latino Businessmen at White House

Latino businessmen from all over the United States on Wednesday asked for the Obama administration's support in developing their businesses via greater access to capital. continue reading »

Top Latin American World Heritage Sites in Danger

Top Latin American World Heritage Sites in Danger

Every year the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) evaluates its World Heritage sites in order to preserve their historical integrity as well as recognize if any historical landmarks are in danger. continue reading »

Most Active and Laziest U.S. Cities

Most Active and Laziest U.S. Cities

Men's Health Magazine recently ranked the most and least active cities in the United States. The magazine compiled the rankings by studying local habits and culture, the amount of exercise residents did at health clubs and at their homes. The amount of television watched was taken into account as well. They also looked in exercise initiative and the degree of the residents' inactivity. continue reading »

Artist Gives Celebrities a Chola Makeover

Artist Gives Celebrities a Chola Makeover

Call us crazy, but we cannot stop laughing at the "Cholafied" celebrities even though the artist, Michael Jason Enriquez, has not added new images in months. continue reading »

When You Think Your Marriage is Over,  Give It One More Year

When You Think Your Marriage is Over,  Give It One More Year

One of the questions I'm frequently asked is, "How do you know when it's time to give up on your marriage?" If you’re considering divorce, I suggest first trying to make it work for at least one more year. continue reading »

NASA Says Astronauts Repair Ammonia Leak on Space Station

NASA Says Astronauts Repair Ammonia Leak on Space Station

Two astronauts managed to fix an ammonia leak on the International Space Station by replacing a defective pump during a spacewalk lasting a little over five hours, NASA said. continue reading »

INFOGRAPHIC: Latina Mothers in the U.S.A.

INFOGRAPHIC: Latina Mothers in the U.S.A.

Currently, there are 25,584,022 Latinas living in the United States. More importantly, 61% of Latinas between the ages of 15 and 44 are mothers. Using this information as well as education, labor, and household statistics Hispanically Speaking News has created an infographic celebrating Latina mothers. continue reading »

Supreme Court to Rule on Civil Rights Cases in Coming Weeks

Supreme Court to Rule on Civil Rights Cases in Coming Weeks

The U. S. Supreme Court will be handing down its decisions on two important civil rights cases soon, one possibly as soon as Monday, May 13. Both cases could have a lasting impact in the fight for civil rights that began in the decade of the 50′s and 60′s. continue reading »