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Nissan Motors To Invest $1.5 Billion in Brazil to Manufacture Electric Cars

Ecuador Not Interested in Trade Agreement with “Neocolonial” Europe

Panama Seeking to Make Capital a Logistics Hub for Region

Argentina Leads Latin America’s GDP Growth

New Barça Shirt Heavy on Players Shoulders and Breaks with Tradition

New Barça Shirt Heavy on Players Shoulders and Breaks with Tradition

Designed by Nike, the new Barça shirt gets more than 15 ounces heavier by halftime and breaking with tradition carries an ad for the first time ever. continue reading »

7-day Immigration Enforcement Sweep Nets 2,900 Criminal Aliens

7-day Immigration Enforcement Sweep Nets 2,900 Criminal Aliens

As part of the Obama administration's ongoing commitment to prioritizing the removal of criminal aliens and egregious immigration law violators, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) today announced the results of a seven-day national "Cross Check" enforcement operation - which led to the arrest of more than 2,900 convicted criminal aliens. continue reading »

Get Ready to Participate in Hispanic Roundtable Hosted by President Obama

Get Ready to Participate in Hispanic Roundtable Hosted by President Obama

Today, at 11:25 a.m. EDT, President Obama will participate in an Open for Questions roundtable with Yahoo!, MSN Latino, AOL Latino and HuffPost Latino Voices live from the White House. continue reading »

Cruise Ship Passengers on Carnival Victory Arrested in Puerto Rico for Transporting Cocaine Aboard

Cruise Ship Passengers on Carnival Victory Arrested in Puerto Rico for Transporting Cocaine Aboard

Sunday morning, during a random inspection of passengers arriving from St. Christopher – Nevis, on board the cruise ship “Carnival Victory”, U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers arrested a passenger who was attempting to transport cocaine into the United States inside his back pack. continue reading »

American Latino TV Celebrating 10th Anniversary Season

American Latino TV Celebrating 10th Anniversary Season

LATV Networks announced today that American Latino TV and LatiNation, its two nationally syndicated half-hour television weeklies, will debut record-breaking seasons of their shows this weekend, October 1-2. continue reading »

Children’s Home Tried to Cover Up Reports of Sexual Assault of Immigrant, Refugee Children

Children’s Home Tried to Cover Up Reports of Sexual Assault of Immigrant, Refugee Children

An investigation by the U.S. Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR) found that senior management at Catholic Charities tried to cover up claims of assault at a St. Michael's Home for Children, continue reading »

Mayan Documentary Will Show Evidence Indians Had Contact with Aliens from Space

Mayan Documentary Will Show Evidence Indians Had Contact with Aliens from Space

"Revelations of the Mayans 2012 and Beyond," a documentary produced by Raul Julia-Levi with the support of the Mexico government will provide evidence of contact with extraterrestrials. continue reading »

Brazilian Bank Workers go On Strike

Brazilian Bank Workers go On Strike

Workers from private and public banks in Brazil have gone on strike, aiming to pressure the National Federation of Banks into meeting the Union’s demands. continue reading »

Man Sues Motel 6 For Failing to Protect Him From Prostitute’s Pimp

Man Sues Motel 6 For Failing to Protect Him From Prostitute’s Pimp

A judge has ruled that Gabriel Bonilla’s claims that a Motel 6 he was staying at is liable for the injuries he received from the pimp of a prostitute he slept with, as the facility did not provide proper security. continue reading »

Key Witnesses in Michael Jackson Death Trial - The Latino List

Key Witnesses in Michael Jackson Death Trial - The Latino List

Today the manslaughter trial of Dr. Conrad Murray started in Los Angeles with headline grabbing opening statements. Critical to the conviction or release of Murray in the death of the ‘King of Pop’ are the witnesses slated to testified. continue reading »

Massachusetts Legislators Propose Bill to Crack Down on Undocumented Immigration

Massachusetts Legislators Propose Bill to Crack Down on Undocumented Immigration

Monday, legislatures in Massachusetts introduced a bill intended to crack down on undocumented immigration in their state. The bill calls for stiffer penalties for businesses employing undocumented immigrants and for limitations to be put on the immigrants themselves. continue reading »