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Argentina Will Raise Payments to Poor Families by 23%

Argentina Will Raise Payments to Poor Families by 23%

Argentina is planning on spending $2.8 billion dollars or 11.8 billion pesos to boost payments to the countries poor families. This 23 percent increase in support for the poor is considered one of President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner’s biggest achievements. continue reading »

Loyal Chihuahua Brings Life-Saving Help to Elderly Woman Stuck in Deck Chair

Loyal Chihuahua Brings Life-Saving Help to Elderly Woman Stuck in Deck Chair

A Texas woman is giving credit to her little Chihuahua for saving her life after she became lodged in a deck chair after it broke. Evelyn Rogers was watering her p continue reading »

Hear How Manny Pacquiao is Getting Ready for His Match with Juan Manuel Marquez (VIDEO)

Hear How Manny Pacquiao is Getting Ready for His Match with Juan Manuel Marquez (VIDEO)

As boxing sensation, Manny Pacquiao gets ready to face Juan Manual Marquez for the third time, the boxer is showing just how versatile his talents are. continue reading »

Casey Anthony To Move to Mexico After Probation

Casey Anthony To Move to Mexico After Probation

Anthony has plans to elope in Mexico and make a new life in a large Ranch with 5 miles of beach, owned by her new California millionaire lover. continue reading »

Marcio Rubio Will be President Someday Predicts Rush Limbaugh, Sees Him as ‘Conservative Purity’

Marcio Rubio Will be President Someday Predicts Rush Limbaugh, Sees Him as ‘Conservative Purity’

Conservative radio talk host Rush Limbaugh is jumping on the ‘We love everything about Marco Rubio’ bandwagon. Yesterday during his program Limbaugh predicted Rubio “someday [is] going to be president of the United States.” continue reading »

Justice Dept Finds Puerto Rico Police Engaged in Pattern of Misconduct

Justice Dept Finds Puerto Rico Police Engaged in Pattern of Misconduct

Following a comprehensive investigation, the Justice Department today announced its findings that the Puerto Rico Police Department (PRPD) has engaged in a pattern and practice of misconduct that violates the Constitution and federal law continue reading »

Plight of Women in Mexican Prisons

Plight of Women in Mexican Prisons

According to the Department of Public Safety of Oaxaca, one of the poorest States in Mexico, women account for 6% of the prison population in the Country. If the women's prison is not available in the jurisdiction in which they were indicted, women are sent to the female area of one of the 14 State prisons. continue reading »

U.S. Groups Monitoring Cuba’s Plans to Retreive Billions of Barrels of Oil

U.S. Groups Monitoring Cuba’s Plans to Retreive Billions of Barrels of Oil

Cuba sent a large oil rig en route off its northern coast in search of what it believes to be billions of gallons of oil underneath the ocean floor, but after the BP oil spill, U.S. environmental groups have been quick to investigate the country’s oil exploration plans. continue reading »

Illegal Immigrants Continue Using Water Scooters To Jump The Border

Illegal Immigrants Continue Using Water Scooters To Jump The Border

A group of illegal immigrants attempting to enter the US from Mexico illegally via water, were tracked down by the U.S. Coast Guard, who were able to arrest one man, while another drowned south of San Diego. continue reading »

Vogue Magazine’s “Fashion’s Night Out” Goes to México! (VIDEO)

Vogue Magazine’s “Fashion’s Night Out” Goes to México! (VIDEO)

Fashion will surely take over México on September 8, when Vogue brings its third “Fashion’s Night Out” south of the border for the first time. continue reading »

UN Wants Uruguay Investigated for Alleged Sexual Misconduct in Haiti

UN Wants Uruguay Investigated for Alleged Sexual Misconduct in Haiti

The United Nations said today that Uruguay should conduct a full and thorough investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct by its military personnel serving with the world body’s peacekeeping mission in Haiti. continue reading »

More Convictions for Immigration Offenses Result in Hispanics Being the Majority in Federal Prisons

More Convictions for Immigration Offenses Result in Hispanics Being the Majority in Federal Prisons

A new government report shows Latinos have reached a new milestone, albeit a negative one, making up the majority of people being sent to federal prison for committing a felony. continue reading »

LATINO BLOTTER: Man In Mexico Imprisons Teenage Girls, Has 5 Children With Them

LATINO BLOTTER: Man In Mexico Imprisons Teenage Girls, Has 5 Children With Them

In Mexico City Tuesday, a man was arrested for abusing teenage girls he kept imprisoned for seven years, fathering five children with them, before killing one of the girls and a 3-month-old baby they conceived. continue reading »

Watch Selena Gómez Flirt With Kids, Share With Fans And Promote her Clothes Line (VIDEO)

Watch Selena Gómez Flirt With Kids, Share With Fans And Promote her Clothes Line (VIDEO)

Take a look at the new promotional video for Selena Gomez's "Dream Out Loud" collection, selling out fast at K-Mart! continue reading »

Number of Immigrant Arrests Set to Hit 40-Year Low

Number of Immigrant Arrests Set to Hit 40-Year Low

According to Border Patrol statistics, the rate of immigrant arrests is on it’s way to dropping to a 40-year low. Only one month remains in Border Patrol’s 2011 fiscal year, and with just under 305,000 continue reading »