Latino State News

Report States U.S.‘s Canadian Border More of a Danger than Mexico’s

Report States U.S.‘s Canadian Border More of a Danger than Mexico’s

A recent government report states that with little security at our northern border, the U.S. biggest terrorist threats are likely to come from those entering at the Canadian border, not Mexico. continue reading »

CBP Helicopter Pilot Arrested in Immigrant Death Case

CBP Helicopter Pilot Arrested in Immigrant Death Case

In Maine on Tuesday, a helicopter pilot with the U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency was arrested on charges of lying to federal agents in regards to an incident that occurred in the Rio Grande, and resulted in the death of Mexican man in 2005. continue reading »

41% of Americas Give President Obama Good Marks on His Handling of Egypt’s Crisis

41% of Americas Give President Obama Good Marks on His Handling of Egypt’s Crisis

A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 41% of Likely U.S. Voters rate the way the Obama administration has responded to the situation in Egypt as good or excellent. Twenty-two percent (22%) view the administration’s response so far as poor. (To see survey question wording, click here.) continue reading »

More Kalimba News: Cartel Death Threats, Presidential Appeal, a Novela and Maybe a Movie

More Kalimba News: Cartel Death Threats, Presidential Appeal, a Novela and Maybe a Movie

The Kalimba saga continues. Sources in México are reporting that two different instances of horrific threats to Kalimba's life have surfaced in Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua. continue reading »

Group Urges Honduran Gov. to Investigate Transgender Murders

In Honduras, a group called Human Rights Watch (HRW) is urging the government to investigate the killings of six transgender women that have all been murdered in the last two months. Though the government has spoken out against the slayings, HRW is claiming officials have failed to prosecute the attackers of transgendered people. continue reading »

Hot ‘Saucing’ Your Children Making a Controversial Comeback (VIDEO)

Hot ‘Saucing’ Your Children Making a Controversial Comeback (VIDEO)

Hispanics have been hot ‘saucing’ their food for years and have bragging rights over salsa, pico de gallo, picante and other such ‘saucing’ items. So when you read that hot ‘saucing’ has become popular via Dr. Phil, you pause to think what got lost in translation. continue reading »

U.S. to Become Country with the Most Spanish-Speakers by 2050

U.S. to Become Country with the Most Spanish-Speakers by 2050

Academics from the Association of Spanish Language Academies are predicting that thanks to immigration, continuously low opportunities in Spanish-speaking countries, and the increasing economic clout of Spanish speakers – the U.S. will become the country with the most Spanish speakers by 2050. continue reading »

First Latina Gov Issues Exec Order to Check immigration Status and Calls to Repeal 2003 DL Law

New Mexico Governor Susana Martinez (R) is directing police to check the immigration status of people arrested for crimes. continue reading »

A Must for Mexican Drug Cartel ‘Queen’ While in High Security Prison–Botox & Lipo

A Must for Mexican Drug Cartel ‘Queen’ While in High Security Prison–Botox & Lipo

While contraband in prison is not unusual, especially in Mexico, but getting your routine botox shots is. Nonetheless, Mexico’s drug cartel ‘Queen of the Pacific’, Sandra Avila Beltran made sure her doctor was admitted to the prison she in being held, to get her botox shots. continue reading »

Juanes Suspends His Miami Tour Date due to Pressure From Cuban Exiles

Juanes Suspends His Miami Tour Date due to Pressure From Cuban Exiles

Juanes has postponed his April 15th concert in the city of Miami, due to pressure from Cuban exiles who in that date will celebrate the 50th anniversary of the botched invasion of the Bay of Pigs. continue reading »

Lincoln Park Zoo Summer Camps- Scholarship Apps due 2/9

Lincoln Park Zoo Summer Camps- Scholarship Apps due 2/9

Lincoln Park Zoo is gearing up for their summer camp program and scholarships are available. continue reading »

Hispanic Women Have Highest Rate of Cervical Cancer

Hispanic Women Have Highest Rate of Cervical Cancer

The Pap test and HPV vaccine can help prevent cervical cancer. Cancer is a disease in which cells in the body grow out of control. When cancer starts in the cervix, it is called cervical cancer. continue reading »

Mislabeled Super Bowl Champion Gear Headed to Africa, Latin America

Mislabeled Super Bowl Champion Gear Headed to Africa, Latin America

As it has for more than 15 years, the National Football League will donate all of the pre-printed Championship merchandise for the team that does not win the Super Bowl to aid organization World Vision. continue reading »

Brazil Authorizes Building of “Monster Dam”

Brazil Authorizes Building of “Monster Dam”

Brazil has okayed the building of the huge Bel Monte hydroelectric dam regardless of the protests by opponents that has been taking place for the past 30 years continue reading »

Minority Programming Seals the Deal on Comcast-NBC Universal Merger

Comcast can thank minority programming for getting them federal approval and sealing their merger deal with NBC Universal. continue reading »