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$84 Million Project Will Move Honduras from Diesel to Solar Energy

Intense Rains Cause Flooding & Landslides Killing at Least 4

“Loca People” Barcelona #1 in U.K Dance Charts (VIDEO)

“Loca People” Barcelona #1 in U.K Dance Charts (VIDEO)

Check out the video for “Loca People,” by Barcelona’s Sak Noel, number one in British Dance charts! (EXPLICIT) continue reading »

Progress Report on Secretary Napolitano’s Meeting with Honduran President

Progress Report on Secretary Napolitano’s Meeting with Honduran President

Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano today met with Honduran President Porfirio Lobo Sosa to discuss aviation and maritime security, and information sharing between the United States and Honduras. continue reading »

Mexico City Passes Building Safety Laws, 26 Years After Massive Earthquake

Mexico City Passes Building Safety Laws, 26 Years After Massive Earthquake

Between observance of the 26th anniversary of the September 1985 earthquake in Mexico City and Mexico’s hosting of the global celebration yesterday of the 2011 World Habitat Day under the theme Cities and Climate Change, continue reading »

Largest Christian Hispanic Organization Responds to Alabama’s Immigration Law

One week after a historic Immigration Summit hosted by Hispanic Evangelical leaders with delegates from across the nation, including representatives from President Obama's administration, denominational leaders continue reading »

Benefits of U.S.- Colombia Trade Agreement on U.S. Agriculture

The U.S.-Colombia Trade Promotion Agreement (Colombia TPA) is a key building block in the U.S. strategy to advance free trade within the Western Hemisphere. continue reading »

118 Parakeets Smuggled from Nicaragua Seized in Honduras

Brooklyn Museum Returns pre-Columbian Art Objects to Costa Rica

President Obama Recognizes Goya Foods for 75 Years of Success and Their Contribution to U.S.

President Obama Recognizes Goya Foods for 75 Years of Success and Their Contribution to U.S.

Representatives of Goya Foods, Inc., America's largest Hispanic-owned food company, paid a special visit this past Friday, September 30, to meet President Barack Obama in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month. continue reading »

Watch this Talented Puppy Puppeteer in Argentina Mesmerize a Little Girl (VIDEO)

Watch this Talented Puppy Puppeteer in Argentina Mesmerize a Little Girl (VIDEO)

This puppeteer was filmed on a street in Recoleta, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Watch as his skills with this dog puppet win over the passing people as well as an adorable little girl. continue reading »

Alabama Immigration Law Co-Sponser Tells Farmers Harsh Immigration Law Not Changing

Alabama Immigration Law Co-Sponser Tells Farmers Harsh Immigration Law Not Changing

Alabama farmers are being told that the state’s tough new immigration law will not be changed any time soon, despite farmers saying their crops are rotting in the fields because there is no one to work the fields. continue reading »

WATCH:   J.R. Martínez “DWTS” War Vet Tribute (VIDEO)

WATCH:  J.R. Martínez “DWTS” War Vet Tribute (VIDEO)

Iraq war vet turned soap opera star J.R. Martínez got a standing ovation, after his moving dance routine last night, a “tribute to the men and women who didn’t make it home.” continue reading »

Gov. Perry and Huntsman Join Boycott of Univision in Support of Florida Sen. Rubio

Gov. Perry and Huntsman Join Boycott of Univision in Support of Florida Sen. Rubio

Texas Gov. Rick Perry and Gov. John Huntsman have vowed to boycott the presidential debate that was to be shown on Univision after they claim the network treated GOP wonderboy Sen. Marco Rubio unethically. continue reading »

Meet Anthony De La Torre, Ohio’s Own Justin Bieber Double (VIDEO)

Meet Anthony De La Torre, Ohio’s Own Justin Bieber Double (VIDEO)

Anthony looks so much like the Biebs, that he’s been able to make money impersonating the teen idol at birthday parties. continue reading »