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Argentine Hotel of Francis Ford Coppola Broken Into AGAIN!

Argentine Hotel of Francis Ford Coppola Broken Into AGAIN!

It happened again! In 2007, burglars took expensive film equipment including computers that had the script for his film “Tetro” continue reading »

“Cause for Shame and Mourning” the Situation in Venezuelan Prisons

“Cause for Shame and Mourning” the Situation in Venezuelan Prisons

The horrific acts of violence which took place in the last few days in Venezuela's prisons – particularly in the Internado Judicial Capital El Rodeo I in Guatire, in the state of Miranda - of which still continue reading »

North Side Couple Charged in Several Robberies

Chicago Police arrested and charged two people in connection with a number of robbery incidents in the Lincoln Park and Logan Square neighborhood. continue reading »

Walmart Dodges Class Action Sex Discrimination Lawsuit, Still Faces Lawsuits

Walmart Dodges Class Action Sex Discrimination Lawsuit, Still Faces Lawsuits

Monday, the Supreme Court blocked a sex discrimination lawsuit brought against Walmart Stores on behalf of the women who work for the company, reversing the decision of the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco. continue reading »

Madrid and Barcelona Soccer Stars’ Vacation Under The Sun

Madrid and Barcelona Soccer Stars’ Vacation Under The Sun

We told you about Messi's rambunctious parties in Argentina, now take a look at how Piqué, Casillas, Puyol, and every other European Fútbol star relax in between seasons. continue reading »

“Querétaro” Voted Prettiest Word in Spanish Language

“Querétaro” Voted Prettiest Word in Spanish Language

"Netizens" (Citizens of the Net) chose the word Querétaro proposed by actor Gael García Bernal in the poll organized by the Cervantes Institute. continue reading »

Educational Forum: Obama and the Future of Immigration Reform

Educational Forum: Obama and the Future of Immigration Reform

Listen from experts and participate in a conversation about the status of immigration policy reform and where is this issue going. continue reading »

Hispanics Fall Behind in Internet Use and Utilization

Hispanics Fall Behind in Internet Use and Utilization

Though recent reports have stated that Hispanics are the fastest growing demographic of tech users, a recent poll has indicated that they are still behind blacks and whites in web usage. continue reading »

Extreme Trafficking: CBP Seizes $11.4M in Narcotics, $574 in Cash Last Week in Ariz.

Extreme Trafficking: CBP Seizes $11.4M in Narcotics, $574 in Cash Last Week in Ariz.

The U.S. Customs and Border Protection Arizona Joint Field Command is reporting the seizure of more than 18,300 pounds of narcotics with an estimated value of nearly $11.4 million and the continue reading »

Bolivian Coca Growers Upset With Comedy Film (VIDEO)

Bolivian Coca Growers Upset With Comedy Film (VIDEO)

The film titled “Los Gringos No Comen Llajua” (Gringos Don’t Eat Spicy Sauce) has been banned in the Chulumani region of Bolivia after local coca growers say they have been portrayed at criminals. continue reading »

Senator Rubio Gives His Inaugural Senate Speech, Speaks of Economic Prosperity

Senator Rubio Gives His Inaugural Senate Speech, Speaks of Economic Prosperity

Though he has been in office for six months, Florida senator Marco Rubio gave his inaugural speech in the Senate last week, and called for a new "American century” which is to begin a new era of economic prosperity. continue reading »

Tr3s: MTV,Musica y Mas & OurStage.com Launch New Music Platform to Engage Undiscovered Latino Artist

Tr3s: MTV,Musica y Mas & OurStage.com Launch New Music Platform to Engage Undiscovered Latino Artist

Rebranded "Tr3s Latin Music Channel" launches monthly "El Headliner" competition, giving new Latino artists 360-degree exposure across the network's multiple platforms continue reading »

Union Pacific Fights Against Nearly $400 million in Fines for Drugs Smuggled into U.S. on Trains

Union Pacific Fights Against Nearly $400 million in Fines for Drugs Smuggled into U.S. on Trains

As a means of getting it across the U.S.-Mexico borders, cartels have been hiding illegal drugs on railway cars heading north, and now, the U.S. government is slapping hundreds of millions of dollars worth of fines against U.S. railroads, and they are refusing to pay. continue reading »

Venezuelan Jail “El Rodeo” Under Siege (VIDEO)

Venezuelan Jail “El Rodeo” Under Siege (VIDEO)

Close to 1,500 prisoners refuse to surrender, and allow military personnel into the second precinct of the compound. continue reading »

Hispanic Teens Less Likely to Drink Water and Milk Than White Counterparts

Hispanic Teens Less Likely to Drink Water and Milk Than White Counterparts

Recent findings in the Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR) suggest that teens are drinking healthy beverages, but also consuming soda. It also found that the amount of soda consumed varies among race/ethnicities. continue reading »