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Ancient Shipwreck Found in Dominican Republic, Possibly the Oldest (VIDEO)

Ancient Shipwreck Found in Dominican Republic, Possibly the Oldest (VIDEO)

A Utah based company has found gold coins, jade statues, and ancient Mayan jewelry, which suggests the ancient shipwreck by the Dominican Republic, might be the oldest know. continue reading »

Los Angeles ‘Metro’ Launches Spanish-language Blog

Los Angeles ‘Metro’ Launches Spanish-language Blog

Acknowledging that more than half of its passengers are Latino, the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) launched “el pasajero”, a Spanish-language blog last week. continue reading »

Daughter Turns Immigrant-Kidnapping Dad into California Authorities

Daughter Turns Immigrant-Kidnapping Dad into California Authorities

The daughter of an alleged immigrant kidnapper got her father arrested and possibly saved the lives of several kidnapped Honduran illegal immigrants on Monday. continue reading »

Georgetown DREAM Act-er Faces Wall Street Career or Deportation

Georgetown DREAM Act-er Faces Wall Street Career or Deportation

Imagine being on the verge of graduating from Georgetown University, being offered a dream job with J.P. Morgan Chase in New York, and making your hard working immigrant parents proud. Now imagine being deported and having all of that mean nothing. continue reading »

It’s Official:  People’s Most Beautiful Woman is Jennifer Lopez

It’s Official:  People’s Most Beautiful Woman is Jennifer Lopez

UPDATE: Well it’s official Jennifer Lopez is People’s “Most Beautiful” for this year. In her interview she revels in jest to her ‘diva’ reputation and how the real her just likes to casual and without make-up. HUH?? continue reading »

California Minor League Baseball Team to Host ‘Sheen-co de Mayo’ Festoon

California Minor League Baseball Team to Host ‘Sheen-co de Mayo’ Festoon

A California Minor League baseball team is planning on hosting 'Sheen-co de Mayo' Festoon. It will be complete with Sheen-co de Mayo bobble-heads, "Wild Thing" nerd glasses and Tiger Blood cocktails, they have even invited the infamous actor to "A different kind of Rehab". continue reading »

Consumer Reports Launches Its Most Popular Issue - the Auto Issue - in Spanish

Consumer Reports Launches Its Most Popular Issue - the Auto Issue - in Spanish

Consumer Reports is offering the annual auto issue—the most popular issue of the magazine—in Spanish for the first time as a new way to reach the Hispanic community. continue reading »

Multicultural Crayons. What’s Your Shade?

Multicultural Crayons. What’s Your Shade?

These have been around for 20 years, much to the surprise of Fox, who only found about their existence last week. Controversy or Multiculturalism? continue reading »

Customs Officers Arrest Khat Smuggler at Chicago O’Hare Airport

Last week, U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers at O’Hare Airport arrested Derek Ryan Jordahl for attempting to smuggle khat into the United States. Jordahl arrived on a flight from the United Kingdom and upon examining his luggage, CBP officers discovered over 112 pounds of khat. continue reading »

AZ Governor Brewer Vows to Fight On

AZ Governor Brewer Vows to Fight On

Republican Governor of Arizona, Jan Brewer says she will continue to fight regardless of a second court declaring portions of SB70 are unconstitutional. continue reading »

Kin of Deceased Chilean President Salvador Allende Want to Exhume His Body for Autopsy

Kin of Deceased Chilean President Salvador Allende Want to Exhume His Body for Autopsy

The kin of the deceased former President of Chile, Salvador Allende, want his body exhumed some 38 years later in order to conduct an autopsy into cause of death. continue reading »

Univision Adding Two New Spanish-Language Cable Channels to Line Up

Univision Adding Two New Spanish-Language Cable Channels to Line Up

Univision Communication is not satisfied being the number one Spanish-language network but wants to make a presence in the cable market by adding two new channels. continue reading »

LIttle Village Academy’s “No Home Lunch” Policy Angers Parents

A school in Chicago’s predominantly Hispanic, Little Village neighborhood is making headlines from coast to coast, as its attempt to make student lunches healthier has parents up in arms. continue reading »

Immigration in the 21st Century and the Browning of America

Immigration in the 21st Century and the Browning of America

According to the 2008 American Community Survey released by the U.S. Census Bureau, there are nearly 38 million foreign-born persons residing in the United States. Although in absolute numbers this represents the highest figure ever, it amounts to only 12.5 percent continue reading »

The Ever Young Mexican Novelist Carlos Fuentes Featured on AARP VIVA

The Ever Young Mexican Novelist Carlos Fuentes Featured on AARP VIVA

One of Mexico’s best known living writers is featured on the cover of AARP’s Viva magazine possessing all the wit and insight he is known for. continue reading »