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L.A. Dodgers File for Bankruptcy in Delaware Court, “Los Doyers” in Trouble

L.A. Dodgers File for Bankruptcy in Delaware Court, “Los Doyers” in Trouble

The Los Angeles Dodgers filed for bankruptcy protection on Monday in a Delaware court with owner Frank McCourt citing interference from Major League Baseball’s (MLB) commissioner Bud Selig as the main reason for the club’s failure. continue reading »

Isabel Allende Wins the Hans Christian Andersen Literature Award

Isabel Allende Wins the Hans Christian Andersen Literature Award

The writer and was awarded for her narrative qualities, and her ability to maroon audiences with her stories. continue reading »

Weekend at Sheen’s: Dumped, Dead, Possible New Deal?

Weekend at Sheen’s: Dumped, Dead, Possible New Deal?

What’s new with Chuck Sheen? We’ll in a nutshell: he’s goddess-less, his 2 ½ men character might get the death treatment, and he might have an ace up his sleeve to bring him back to "winning". continue reading »

Congressman Smith Looks to Block Obama Administration’s (Unused) Ability to Stop Deportations

Congressman Smith Looks to Block Obama Administration’s (Unused) Ability to Stop Deportations

Texas Rep. Lamar Smith is sponsoring a bill that serves to block President Obama’s administration from using its executive power to grant amnesty to undocumented immigrants. continue reading »

Mexico Tourism Board Shocked Princess Cruises Cancels Trips to Puerto Vallarta and Mazatlan

Mexico Tourism Board Shocked Princess Cruises Cancels Trips to Puerto Vallarta and Mazatlan

Tourism officials in Mexico are reeling after Princess Cruises announced the cancellation of their calls in Puerto Vallarta for the rest of the year. This announcement follows a similar one three months ago stating that calls to Mazatlan would also be canceled citing safety concerns. continue reading »

28 Dead and 10 Injured in Bolivia Bus Accident

28 Dead and 10 Injured in Bolivia Bus Accident

The bus plunged 700 feet into a ravine on Monday, around a bend in the road known as “The Curve of the Condor” continue reading »

Tucson Sector Border Patrol Rescues 25 Illegal Aliens

Tucson Sector Border Patrol Rescues 25 Illegal Aliens

In ten separate incidents over the weekend, Tucson Sector Border Patrol agents rescued a total of 25 individuals suffering from varying states of dehydration. Twenty-three individuals were Mexican nationals and two were Guatemalan citizens who were all illegally present in the U.S. continue reading »

Narco Blog: Man Decapitated and Hung in Mazatlan

Narco Blog: Man Decapitated and Hung in Mazatlan

At approximately 06:00 hours yesterday, authorities were alerted in Mazatlan, Sinaloa, as the head of a man was left close to the facilities of the Ministerial Police of the State, which are located in Fraccionamiento Talleri. continue reading »

Brazilian to Become Next Chief of UN Food and Agriculture Organization

Brazilian to Become Next Chief of UN Food and Agriculture Organization

A former Brazilian food security minister will become the first person from Latin America to head the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), the United Nations agency leading international efforts in the fight against hunger. GUZ2MVWQW3Y6 continue reading »

Hackers Known as LulzSec Aren’t Fans of Arizona’s Anti-Immigration Law, Release Documents

Hackers Known as LulzSec Aren’t Fans of Arizona’s Anti-Immigration Law, Release Documents

The now-famous LulzSec hackers have taken aim at Arizona, and the state’s controversial immigration legislation. Not fans of Arizona’s SB1070, which was signed into law last year, continue reading »

Mexican Singer Paulina Rubio Arrested in Miami

Mexican Singer Paulina Rubio Arrested in Miami

After crashing her BMX outside of Miami’s Little Havanna, the artist went berserk on the cops, who proceeded to handcuff her. continue reading »

México City, Buenos Aires, Bogotá and Madrid in Facebook’s Top 10

México City, Buenos Aires, Bogotá and Madrid in Facebook’s Top 10

Despite 20% of the total number of Facebook users being American, it is in the Hispanic world where the most Facebookers are found. continue reading »

Man Pretends to Be U.S. Soldier to Get Special Treatment on Airplane

Man Pretends to Be U.S. Soldier to Get Special Treatment on Airplane

A wannabe G.I. Joe is in serious trouble after authorities say he pretended to be a U.S. soldier to get special treatment. On Friday, Rock Diaz, 22, entered a Dominican Republic airport continue reading »

U.N. Report: Central America at Risk of Losing Countries to Drug Traffickers

U.N. Report: Central America at Risk of Losing Countries to Drug Traffickers

In its World Drug Report, U.N. officials warned that Central America is in danger of being taken over by leaders of the drug trade due in large part to “unequal distributions of income”. continue reading »

RIOTS After Argentine Fútbol Team River Plate Gets Demoted (VIDEO)

RIOTS After Argentine Fútbol Team River Plate Gets Demoted (VIDEO)

The Argentine fútbol team with the most titles ended a horrible season last weekend, relegated to the B division for the first time in 110 years! continue reading »