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Steven Seagal and Arizona’s Sheriff Arpaio Being Sued for the Death of 11-Month-Old Puppy

Steven Seagal and Arizona’s Sheriff Arpaio Being Sued for the Death of 11-Month-Old Puppy

TMZ is reporting that actor turned lawman Steven Seagal and Arizona’s Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio are being sued by a man who says his home was damaged, his puppy was shot, and his roosters continue reading »

Mario Lopez Celebrates Daughter’s 1st Birthday in A Unique & Charitable Way

Mario Lopez Celebrates Daughter’s 1st Birthday in A Unique & Charitable Way

Mario Lopez and girlfriend Courtney Mazza are celebrating their daughter Gia Francesca’s first birthday by asking friends, family and fans to give back. Gia's actual birthday is September 11th. continue reading »

What Are U Visas, and Who Are They For?

What Are U Visas, and Who Are They For?

In October 2000, Congress created the Victims of Trafficking and Violence Prevention Act in October 2000. However, it did not publish official regulations for what would become known as the U Visas until 2007, continue reading »

Get to Know ‘Dancing With the Stars’ J. R. Martinez (VIDEO)

Get to Know ‘Dancing With the Stars’ J. R. Martinez (VIDEO)

Meet J.R. Martínez, “All My Children” actor, war hero, and the newest addition to “Dancing With the Stars.” continue reading »

12 Pounds of Cocaine Found Inside Plane at JFK Arriving from Colombia

12 Pounds of Cocaine Found Inside Plane at JFK Arriving from Colombia

This flight was not showing the film “Snakes on a Plane”, but rather had cocaine hidden within the aircraft frame. continue reading »

Migrant Workers Given Shelter During Hurricane Irene

Migrant Workers Given Shelter During Hurricane Irene

Though many have complained that law enforcement and government officials overreacted to Hurricane Irene, the threat it possessed was very real, and sent a number of the East Coast’s migrant workers to shelters. continue reading »

POLL:  ‘Tea Party’ Label Viewed as Negative by More Americans

POLL:  ‘Tea Party’ Label Viewed as Negative by More Americans

Looks like it’s a little more popular to be a liberal or a progressive these days, although conservative remains the best political label you can put on a candidate for public office. Being linked to the Tea Party is the biggest negative. continue reading »

Olsen Twins Visit Honduras To Give Shoes To Children (VIDEO)

Olsen Twins Visit Honduras To Give Shoes To Children (VIDEO)

Mary-Kate and Ashley’s “The Row” partnered with TOMS, the company that gives away a pair of kids’ shoes per every pair of shoes sold on their site. continue reading »

Longest Living Brazilian Indian Celebrates 121st Birthday, Eats Natural Food Only

Longest Living Brazilian Indian Celebrates 121st Birthday, Eats Natural Food Only

Survival International has located a Brazilian Indian, believed to be the oldest living person in the world, as she prepares to celebrate her 121st birthday. continue reading »

Labor Secretary Signs Agreements with Dominican & El Salvador to Protect Migrant Workers Rights

Labor Secretary Signs Agreements with Dominican & El Salvador to Protect Migrant Workers Rights

Secretary of Labor Hilda L. Solis signed joint declarations and letters of arrangement with Ambassador Aníbal de Castro of the Dominican Republic, Ambassador Muni Figueres Boggs of Costa Rica continue reading »

Homeland Secretary Napolitano Meets with Honduras’ Secretary of Security

Homeland Secretary Napolitano Meets with Honduras’ Secretary of Security

Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano met yesterday with Honduran Secretary of Security Oscar Alvarez to discuss joint U.S.-Honduras security strategies and to sign a memorandum of understanding (MOU) on the bilateral use of traveler information to strengthen international air transportation security. continue reading »

Justice Dept Settles With Puerto Rican Government on Charges of Disability Discrimination

Justice Dept Settles With Puerto Rican Government on Charges of Disability Discrimination

The Justice Department today settled a lawsuit with the Puerto Rico Department of Justice (PRDOJ) to protect the rights of employees with disabilities under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). continue reading »

Miami’s Cuban-Exiles Celebrate the Feast of the Virgin for the Legend of Our Lady of Charity

Miami’s Cuban-Exiles Celebrate the Feast of the Virgin for the Legend of Our Lady of Charity

Sunday, a number of Cuban-American Catholics in Florida’s Biscayne Bay came together in a pre-celebration parade, to honor the arrival of the statue of Our Lady of Charity. continue reading »

Watch Comedian Katt Williams Latino Racist Rant in Phoenix (VIDEO)

Watch Comedian Katt Williams Latino Racist Rant in Phoenix (VIDEO)

Not the calmest of summers for the comedian who despite dodging jail time, was kicked out of his own show in CA, and was the a-hole in two separate Phoenix altercations. continue reading »

Is This the Next Cast of ‘Dancing With the Stars’?

Is This the Next Cast of ‘Dancing With the Stars’?

Though there hasn't been an official announcement from 'Dancing With the Stars' on who will be in the next cast there is plenty of speculation. continue reading »