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A Proud First: U.S. and Argentina To Hold Bilateral Meeting on Science and Technology

A Proud First: U.S. and Argentina To Hold Bilateral Meeting on Science and Technology

The Governments of the United States of America and the Argentine Republic will hold the first bilateral Joint Committee Meeting (JCM) on Science and Technology Cooperation at the National Academy of Exact, Physical and Natural Science in Buenos Aires continue reading »

Mexicos Tourism Prospers Despite Violence

Mexicos Tourism Prospers Despite Violence

On August 27, the U.S. State Department issued a travel warning, advising Americans to delay unnecessary travel to Mexico’s Michoacán, Tamaulipas, Sinaloa, Durango, and Coahuila. Despite the State Department’s warning, American and international vacationers are still scheduling trips to Mexico. continue reading »

Colgate-Palmolive Partners with Hispanic Scholarship Fund to Kick Off ‘Haz La U’

Colgate-Palmolive Partners with Hispanic Scholarship Fund to Kick Off ‘Haz La U’

Colgate-Palmolive will celebrate September’s Hispanic Heritage Month with the kick-off of this year’s “Haz la U” (“Make the U”) scholarship program. In partnership with the Hispanic Scholarship Fund, Colgate’s “Haz la U” will award educational grants to eligible Hispanic-American students pursuing higher education. continue reading »

Justice Comes in 1973 Torture Death of Chilean Catholic Priest

Justice Comes in 1973 Torture Death of Chilean Catholic Priest

Arrested September 18,1973 in his home on Cerro Placeres , 10 days after the military coup in Chile. Miguel Woodward was taken first to the cargo ship the Lebu and then to the Navy cadet ship Esmeralda. continue reading »

FEDERAL RESERVE: Net Effect of Immigrants on U.S. Economy is Positive

As the unemployment rate hovers around 9.6% and new job creation prospects dim, each and every job taken by an illegal immigrant is cause for concern. Many in the continue reading »

‘Dunk High Tecate’ Nike’s New Gym Shoe for the Urban Drinker or Urban Athlete?

‘Dunk High Tecate’ Nike’s New Gym Shoe for the Urban Drinker or Urban Athlete?

Nike has just introduced a hi-top sneaker featuring a suede and leather combo in honor of Mexican beer, Cerveza Tecate. The Nike SB Tecate is a sneaker adored with continue reading »

Leon Mexico to Create “Most Secure City in the World” with Iris Scan System

Leon Mexico to Create “Most Secure City in the World” with Iris Scan System

“In the future, whether it’s entering your home, opening your car, entering your workspace, getting a pharmacy prescription refilled, or having your medical records pulled up, everything will come off that unique key that is your iris,” Jeff Carter, CDO of GRI told Carr. continue reading »

Border-Wide Drone Aircraft Set to Deploy Providing Surveillance to Entire Southwest Region

Border-Wide Drone Aircraft Set to Deploy Providing Surveillance to Entire Southwest Region

U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Janet Napolitano announced today that Predator Unmanned Aerial System flights, also known as drones, will begin out of Corpus Christi, Texas, beginning on Wednesday, Sept.1. With the deployment of drones in Texas, DHS unmanned aerial capabilities will now cover the Southwest Border—from the El Centro Sector in California continue reading »

MEXICO MORNING HEADLINES

Morning headline news throughout Mexico continue reading »

Santos Visita Brasil en su Primer Viaje Exterior para Reforzar los Lazos Comerciales

Santos Visita Brasil en su Primer Viaje Exterior para Reforzar los Lazos Comerciales

El presidente colombiano, Juan Manuel Santos, viajará los días 1 y 2 de septiembre a Brasil para reunirse con su homólogo Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva y un grupo de empresarios brasileños, en la primera visita oficial del mandatario desde que tomó el relevo de Álvaro Uribe el pasado 7 de agosto. continue reading »

80-year old U.S. Franciscan Priest Murdered in Peru

80-year old U.S. Franciscan Priest Murdered in Peru

Sadness and bewilderment has followed the violent death of a Puerto Rican Franciscan priest and his young assistant in the Convent of “San Francisco,” located in the heart of the Peruvian capital. According to reports the forensic experts have indicated t continue reading »

Mexico City Prepares for Natural Disaster

About 10,000 civil servants in the Mexican capital will receive specialist training in disaster risk reduction under a United Nations-backed initiative to better protect the city, which is vulnerable to devastating earthquakes. continue reading »

Trapped Chilean Miner asks Sweetheart to get Married in Big Church Ceremony

Trapped Chilean Miner asks Sweetheart to get Married in Big Church Ceremony

Esteban Rojas asked for his sweetheart Jessica Ganiez’s hand in marriage from half a mile underground. Rojas (44) and Ganiez (43) have been together for 25 years, raised three children and even have two grandchildren together. The issue is that Ganiez never got the big traditional Catholic wedding as is customary in Chile. continue reading »

Hispanic Business: MillerCoors Continue to Provide Resources

Hispanic Business: MillerCoors Continue to Provide Resources

MillerCoors continues to empower urban and multicultural communities by offering small businesses the unique opportunity to vie for $150,000 in business grants with its signature program, the MillerCoors Urban continue reading »

Murders of Honduran Journalists Seen as Threat to Democracy Says UN

Murders of Honduran Journalists Seen as Threat to Democracy Says UN

The recent murder of a radio journalist in Honduras brings to nine the number of media professionals killed there so far this year, and prompted international officials at the United Nations (UN) to call for urgent action to stem the rise in violence against members of the press. continue reading »