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Obama to Urge Supreme Court to Support Same Sex Marriage in California

Obama to Urge Supreme Court to Support Same Sex Marriage in California

President Barack Obama's administration will urge the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn California's Proposition 8, which barred new same-sex unions in the Golden State, NBC and CNN said Thursday. continue reading »

Edith Ramirez Elevated to Federal Trade Commission Chair, First Minority to Hold Position

Edith Ramirez Elevated to Federal Trade Commission Chair, First Minority to Hold Position

White House sources announced that President Obama has decided to elevate current Federal Trade Commissioner (FTC), Edith Ramirez, to chair the agency. continue reading »

Is Marc Anthony’s New Girl 21-Year-Old Heiress, Chloe Green?

Is Marc Anthony’s New Girl 21-Year-Old Heiress, Chloe Green?

Latin crooner Marc Anthony appears to be on the mend after his split with Venezuelan model Shannon del Lima, as we was spotted with a young beauty while enjoying a day of fun with his twins, Em continue reading »

Coast Guard Cancels Search for Family Lost at Sea Amid Hoax Suspicions

Coast Guard Cancels Search for Family Lost at Sea Amid Hoax Suspicions

The search for a family reportedly lost at sea was called off Tuesday by the Coast Guard for reasons that the calls could have been a hoax. continue reading »

Dysfunction of Immigration System on Full Display this Week, as ICE Releases Detainees

Dysfunction of Immigration System on Full Display this Week, as ICE Releases Detainees

Further evidence of the nation’s dysfunctional immigration system was on display this week, when ICE–in anticipation of the upcoming sequester–released several hundred immigrants from their detention facilities. It’s unclear where this policy came from, but immigrants–who have been the focus of decades of political battles–are now being used as a weapon in the debate over the federal budget. This has to end. And the way to end it is passing immigration reform. continue reading »

EXTREME TRAFFICKING: Police Find “Drug Cannon” at U.S.-Mexico Border

EXTREME TRAFFICKING: Police Find “Drug Cannon” at U.S.-Mexico Border

Police in this northwestern Mexican border city seized a "cannon" used to launch packets of drugs to the U.S. side of the frontier, officials said. The pneumatic-powered device was found mo continue reading »

Pasadena Family Bought Human Bones for Santeria Rituals on eBay

Pasadena Family Bought Human Bones for Santeria Rituals on eBay

At a home where residents were known to have practiced Santeria, California authorities uncovered a number of human bones in the backyard. Pasadena investigators continue reading »

Latino “Babies Can Join a Gang, Latino Babies Grow Up.” - CAPS  (VIDEO)

Latino “Babies Can Join a Gang, Latino Babies Grow Up.” - CAPS (VIDEO)

Don’t let anti-immigrant rhetoric drive the immigration debate. Nativist, racist and fear-mongering hate groups are working hard to drive their narrative on immigration. For years now, anti-immigrant groups have successfully infused continue reading »

Thousands of CA Teachers Missing Needed Credentials – Latinos Majority in Most of those Schools

Thousands of CA Teachers Missing Needed Credentials – Latinos Majority in Most of those Schools

In Hispanic Education news, California Watch found that thousands of California teachers lack the appropriate credentials, especially those class rooms filled with English-learning students and schools where Latinos majority. continue reading »

Positive Dreams Start With TOMA LECHE

Positive Dreams Start With TOMA LECHE

TOMA LECHE Launches New Hispanic Ad Campaign to Reinforce Milk's Sleep Benefits - Following the positivity message of the "The Master of the Glass Half Full," continue reading »

Owner of L.A. Lakers, Jerry Buss, Dies at 80

Owner of L.A. Lakers, Jerry Buss, Dies at 80

The legendary owner of the Los Angeles Lakers, Jerry Buss, died Monday at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, the Los Angeles Times said. He was 80. Buss, who was suffering from cancer continue reading »

FBI Investigates “Sophisticated Attack” on Facebook

FBI Investigates “Sophisticated Attack” on Facebook

The U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation is collaborating in the investigation of a "sophisticated attack" by hackers on Facebook last month, which, according to the social network, has not compromised users' data. continue reading »

Deja El Plastico: Latino Efforts in Banning Plastic Bags

Deja El Plastico: Latino Efforts in Banning Plastic Bags

Currently in California, campaigns and debates over “ban the bag” have risen in various cities. Most recently there was an effort at the state level that failed. Nonetheless, many municipalities have been successful throughout the state in implementing local bans on plastic bans. continue reading »

Does Selena Gomez Have a New Man?

Does Selena Gomez Have a New Man?

After the Grammy Awards on Sunday, Selena Gomez was spotted with long-time friend Alfredo Flores. The young and increasingly successful director/editor and Gomez were spotted walking arm-in-arm at the continue reading »

Ex-Peruvian Police Officer Deported, Wanted for Weapons Trafficking

Ex-Peruvian Police Officer Deported, Wanted for Weapons Trafficking

A former Peruvian police officer wanted in his native country for weapons trafficking was handed over to authorities in Lima late Wednesday by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) following his capture in Stockton, Calif. continue reading »