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Chile Sold More Than 185 Million Gallons of Wine to the World in 2010

Chile Sold More Than 185 Million Gallons of Wine to the World in 2010

The nation sold more than 185 million gallons of wine in 2010, making $1,500 million in revenue according to 'Vinos de Chile.' continue reading »

As Marc Anthony Settles his IRS Issues, Now J-Low Embroiled in her own IRS Investigation

As Marc Anthony Settles his IRS Issues, Now J-Low Embroiled in her own IRS Investigation

Just last week various news outlets reported on Marc Anthony’s whopping $3.4 million tax bill and the liens that had been placed on his properties – apparently he has now made good with the IRS. continue reading »

18 Seconds vs. U.S.-Mexico Border Fence

18 Seconds vs. U.S.-Mexico Border Fence

Filmmaker Roy Germano has created a film he hopes will result in more just and effectual forms of immigration management. Germano says that every mile of border fence along the U.S.-Mexico border costs the taxpayers of America about $4 million to build continue reading »

Move Over Conan: Former Clown to Conduct 1st Ever Late Night Spanish Talk Show

Move Over Conan: Former Clown to Conduct 1st Ever Late Night Spanish Talk Show

Spanish actor, comedian and former clown Lorenzo Parro, will be conducting the first Latin late night talk show all in Spanish in the U.S. continue reading »

Arizona Immigration Law Author Now Takes on Birthright Citizensip

Arizona Immigration Law Author Now Takes on Birthright Citizensip

Kansas Secretary of State-elect Kris Kobach has been working on two measures to deal with what they call "the problem" of birthright citizenship. The first defines a “citizen of the state” as a person who has at least one parent who is legally living in the country, and the second measure is really just an urging for Congress to redefine American citizenship using the same requisite. continue reading »

Five Charities to Support in Peru as Recommended by Expats

Five Charities to Support in Peru as Recommended by Expats

Marie Meyer, an expat living in Peru, plans to live out 2011 by the motto ‘charity begins at home’ and wants you to do the same. Especially those who once lived in Peru and still hold the country in a special place in their heart. continue reading »

What To do in Latin America When a Kid Steals Your Spot Light? Give Him $$, Grab his Crotch? (VID)

What To do in Latin America When a Kid Steals Your Spot Light? Give Him $$, Grab his Crotch? (VID)

A video of Colombian Vallenato singer Silvestre Dangond giving a wad of cash to a kid, before grabbing his crotch on stage has become the latest internet sensation as a sure lesson on how to get rid of a cute kid who steals the spot light from you. continue reading »

Vietnam Veteran Brothers’ Deportations Postponed

Vietnam Veteran Brothers’ Deportations Postponed

Two brothers, after serving in the U.S. military during Vietnam, now face deportation from the very country they fought for. Valente Valenzuela, 62, and his brother Manuel, 59, have been allowed to remain in the U.S. for at least another year after a judge postponed their deportations until 2012. continue reading »

You are Likely Getting a Pay Raise this Year- Just Not in the Usual Way

You are Likely Getting a Pay Raise this Year- Just Not in the Usual Way

The tax package that was passed in December included a temporary reduction in the Social Security deductions from workers paycheck by 2 %. continue reading »

A Toxic Mix of Alcohol, Partying and Amateur Bullfighting in Colombia (VIDEO)

Watch what happens when alcohol and bullfighting mix, in Sincelejo, Colombia. continue reading »

Brazilian Playboy Bunny Soccer Referee Needs a Boyfriend - Can You Help Her?

Brazilian Playboy Bunny Soccer Referee Needs a Boyfriend - Can You Help Her?

Ana Paula Oliveira, the Brazilian referee who posed for Playboy in 2007 blogged that she was looking for a boyfriend, and within a few hours, there were already 300 candidates. continue reading »

Is Eva Longoria Dating Penelope’s Brother, Eduarado Cruz?

Is Eva Longoria Dating Penelope’s Brother, Eduarado Cruz?

OK! Magazine is reporting that Eva Longoria, after filing for divorce from Tony Parker last year, is now dating Spanish pop singer Eduardo Cruz -- younger by 10 years. continue reading »

Colorado State Senator Likely to Face Grand Jury in Deadly Texas Crash

Colorado State Senator Likely to Face Grand Jury in Deadly Texas Crash

Colorado State Senator Suzanne Williams will more than likely face a Texas grand jury for the December 26th crash that left 30 year-old Brianna Gomez dead and her son, delivered via emergency cesarean in critical condition. continue reading »

HS-News Les Desea un Feliz Dia De Reyes

HS-News Les Desea un Feliz Dia De Reyes

HS-News quiere desearles un feliz día de los reyes magos! continue reading »

Over 600 Same-Sex Marriages Performed in Mexico City Last Year

Over 600 Same-Sex Marriages Performed in Mexico City Last Year

Last year Mexico City performed over 600 same sex marriages in the first full year after the civil code was overhauled in December of 2009 and enacted on March 4, 2010. continue reading »