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Gentlemen, Stacey Dash is Single! - Judge Grants ‘Clueless’ Actress Divorce From Emmanuel Xuereb

Gentlemen, Stacey Dash is Single! - Judge Grants ‘Clueless’ Actress Divorce From Emmanuel Xuereb

After filing for divorce last year, actress Stacey Dash was finally granted a divorce from Emmanuel Xuereb, to whom she was married for more than two years. Dash, whose family is of Mexican (Aztec Indian) and African decent, continue reading »

Mitt Romney Video Bashes Perry on Immigration and Features Praise from Former Mexican President

Mitt Romney Video Bashes Perry on Immigration and Features Praise from Former Mexican President

A new Mitt Romney campaign video once again paints Governor Rick Perry as soft on immigration and shows former Mexican President Vicente Fox praising Perry for in-state tuition for 'Mexican migrants.' continue reading »

United States, Mexico Announce Results of Repatriation Program

United States, Mexico Announce Results of Repatriation Program

Thursday, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) announced that 8,893 Mexican citizens agreed to voluntarily return to their hometowns in the interior of Mexico by participating in the Mexican Interior Repatriation Program (MIRP). continue reading »

First Solar Powered Car Rally in Latina America Starts in Chile (VIDEO)

First Solar Powered Car Rally in Latina America Starts in Chile (VIDEO)

Today is the first day of the “Atacama Solar Challenge” a three day rally where participants will cross the Atacama desert on board of solar powered vehicles! continue reading »

Justin Bieber in a Quest to Find Mexican Crying Fan (VIDEO)

Justin Bieber in a Quest to Find Mexican Crying Fan (VIDEO)

Justin is trying to locate a young fan who broke into tears when she found out his Monterrey, Mexico show was sold out. continue reading »

‘Til Death Do You Part? - Mexico City Considering “Temporary Marriage License

‘Til Death Do You Part? - Mexico City Considering “Temporary Marriage License

Though traditional wedding vows read, “’Til death due us part,” legislation being proposed in Mexico City may have some couples saying, “”Til we break up in a couple years.” continue reading »

Two Arkansas Men Sentenced for Hate Crimes Against Five Hispanic Men

Two Arkansas Men Sentenced for Hate Crimes Against Five Hispanic Men

Frankie Maybee, 20, and Sean Popejoy, 19, both of Green Forest, Ark., were sentenced for their roles in committing federal hate crimes, announced the Justice Department. These are the first defendants to be sentenced under the Matthew Shepard and James Byrd Jr. Hate Crimes Prevention Act, which was enacted in October 2009. continue reading »

LATINO BLOTTER: Man, 28, Impregnates 12-Year-Old New Mexico Girl

LATINO BLOTTER: Man, 28, Impregnates 12-Year-Old New Mexico Girl

A man was arrested and charged with criminal sexual penetration of a minor, after a pre-teen entered a hospital complaining of stomach pains. Upon medical examination, it was discovered that a 12-year-old Albuquerque, NM girl was in fact 12 weeks pregnant. continue reading »

Manchester United Named Top Fútbol Brand, Above Barça and Real Madrid

Manchester United Named Top Fútbol Brand, Above Barça and Real Madrid

The red English team Manchester United has bumped Real Madrid as the fútbol brand with the most value, according to Brand Finance PLC. continue reading »

LISTEN to Enrique Iglesias and Jennifer López Singing Mouth2 Mouth (AUDIO)

LISTEN to Enrique Iglesias and Jennifer López Singing Mouth2 Mouth (AUDIO)

Listen to Jlo collaborate in Enrique Iglesias' “Mouth2Mouth,” which will be featured in the repackaged edition of Iglesias’ album Euphoria, out in November. continue reading »

Eva Longoria, Highest Paid Actress on Television, Second Only to Tina Fey

Eva Longoria, Highest Paid Actress on Television, Second Only to Tina Fey

According to Forbes Magazine Highest Paid TV Actresses list, Eva Longoria is the best paid actress in TV, second only to Tina Fey. continue reading »

Brazilian Cattle Ranchers Blamed for Another Amazon Indian Killing

Brazilian Cattle Ranchers Blamed for Another Amazon Indian Killing

A Guarani man in his 20s has died of his wounds following a violent attack, allegedly by gunmen employed by Brazilian cattle ranchers. continue reading »

Governors from U.S. and Mexico Skip Out on Border Conference

Governors from U.S. and Mexico Skip Out on Border Conference

For the second year in a row, three of the four U.S. governors whose states adjoin Mexico are skipping an annual conference with their counterparts continue reading »

Panama Asks UN to List Certain Woods As Endangered

Panama Asks UN to List Certain Woods As Endangered

The Governments of Madagascar and Panama have requested the Secretariat of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) to list 91 hardwood species in an effort to curb the increase in illegal timber trade by enabling verification of legal origin under CITES standards. continue reading »

Teenager in Good Condition After Being Shot in South Side Neighborhood

A 16-year-old boy was wounded in Chicago’s Pilsen neighborhood Wednesday night. The teenager was waking home on the 1700 block of West 17th Street when multiple shots were fired, police said. continue reading »