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Pollster Says Hispanics Are Turning Away From Religion

Pollster Says Hispanics Are Turning Away From Religion

According to pollster George Barna, Hispanics appear to be turning away from traditional organized religion. In the fourth part of the Barna Group’ continue reading »

Colombian FARC Embedding Their Terrorist Bombs in Fabled ‘Panela’ Brown Sugar Loafs

Colombian FARC Embedding Their Terrorist Bombs in Fabled ‘Panela’ Brown Sugar Loafs

The guerrilla group detonated a bomb hidden inside a “Panela” block, murdering NGO leader Maria Elizabeth Quiróz. continue reading »

TSA Accused of Racially Profiling Hispanics at Newark Airport

TSA Accused of Racially Profiling Hispanics at Newark Airport

According an internal report from the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), Hispanic passengers passing through New Jersey’s Newark Inter continue reading »

Brazilian Comedian Rafinha Bastos: Twitter’s Most Influential User

Brazilian Comedian Rafinha Bastos: Twitter’s Most Influential User

Who is this Brazilian comedian, more influential on Twitter than Lady Gaga, President Obama and Kim Kardashian? continue reading »

LATINO BLOTTER: Iowa Man Arrested For Having Sex With Cat, Animal Dies

LATINO BLOTTER: Iowa Man Arrested For Having Sex With Cat, Animal Dies

Wednesday, a Hispanic man was arrested after he admitted he had sex with a cat and then threw it from his apartment’s balcony. Witnesses told Council Bluffs police they saw a man with his pants d continue reading »

Déjà vu: Mexican Military Invades U.S. AGAIN This Time with Helicopter (VIDEO)

Déjà vu: Mexican Military Invades U.S. AGAIN This Time with Helicopter (VIDEO)

On the heels of 33 Mexican soldiers and 4 humvees ‘inadvertently’ crossing in the U.S. another ‘invasion’ incident has occurred over the weekend. This time a Mexican military helicopter landed at the Laredo, Texas international airport instead of the Nuevo Laredo, Mexico – a sixteen-mile mistake. continue reading »

After More Than Two Decades, Mexico’s Army Once Again Allowing Women to Be Paratroopers

After More Than Two Decades, Mexico’s Army Once Again Allowing Women to Be Paratroopers

For the first time in 22 years, women in the Mexican Army are being trained as paratroopers. In 1989, the army suspended training for female paratroopers, not specifying the reason(s). But for 71 women among the 270 recruits, that training is open to them once more. continue reading »

Anonymous Planning to “Destroy” Facebook on November 5th (VIDEO)

Anonymous Planning to “Destroy” Facebook on November 5th (VIDEO)

The hacker group published a YouTube video announcing their plan, and urging others to take down Facebook on November 5th. continue reading »

Cuban-American Alex Meruelo set to Become First Hispanic Principal Owner of an NBA Team

Cuban-American Alex Meruelo set to Become First Hispanic Principal Owner of an NBA Team

The Meruelo Group, led by founder Alex Meruelo, and Atlanta Spirit LLC have reached an agreement on the sale of a majority ownership stake in the National Basketball Association’s Atlanta Hawks and the Philips Arena operating rights, continue reading »

Leader of “Pig Head” Extortion Gang Arrested in México

Leader of “Pig Head” Extortion Gang Arrested in México

Federal Police in the municipality of San Vicente Chichester, State of Mexico arrested Eduardo Zúñiga Sánchez, alias El Bla Bla, the alleged leader of a gang called “The Pig Head”. continue reading »

Is Real Madrid’s Newest Superstar a 7-yr Old Argentinean Named Leo Coira?

Is Real Madrid’s Newest Superstar a 7-yr Old Argentinean Named Leo Coira?

Soccer champions Real Madrid wants to continue being the most successful club in Spanish football history so they have signed a player that has never played for anyone else before. Confused? Well who can make sense of the team signing 7-year old Argentinean Leo Angel Coira, known as Leo. continue reading »

U.S. Open of Surfing Scene of Mexican Drug Smuggling Drop

U.S. Open of Surfing Scene of Mexican Drug Smuggling Drop

The U.S. Open of Surging that concluded this Sunday did not only make news for crowning 10-time ASP Champion Kelly Slater but for being the scene of a Mexican drug smuggling drop. continue reading »

CREE—EEPY!!!! Guillermo del Toro’s “Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark” Trailer (VIDEO)

CREE—EEPY!!!! Guillermo del Toro’s “Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark” Trailer (VIDEO)

Take a look at the unsettling trailer for Guillermo Del Toro's remake of "Don't Be Afraid of The Dark" continue reading »

Alabama Issues Response in Court to Multiple Court Filings Against Its Immigration Law

Alabama Issues Response in Court to Multiple Court Filings Against Its Immigration Law

The state of Alabama has filed a response to the multitude of lawsuits against its new immigration law, H.B. 56. In its filing, consisting of 159 pages, the state asserts that its new law is cooperative in nature with federal immigration law and wholeheartedly denies the law is in anyway discriminatory. continue reading »

Mayor Emanuel Announces ThinkChicago Program for Top Students from Regional Universities

Mayor Rahm Emanuel today announced ThinkChicago, a special program that will bring top students from regional universities to Chicago for meetings, lectures and interactive sessions designed to foster a better understanding of Chicago’s world-class business climate. continue reading »