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Arizona’s Arpaio is Seeing Red As Three of His People are Linked to Drug, Human Smuggling

Arizona’s Arpaio is Seeing Red As Three of His People are Linked to Drug, Human Smuggling

“America’s Toughest Sheriff” has said three of his employees in Maricopa County in Arizona have been arrested for drug and human trafficking. continue reading »

Shakira Channels her Inner Porcupine in St. Petersburg! (VIDEO)

The Colombian singer was having a great hair day, until static apparently jumped from the audience to fix her do! continue reading »

Guatemalan Prosecutor Murdered and Dismembered by Drug Gang Los Zetas

Guatemalan Prosecutor Murdered and Dismembered by Drug Gang Los Zetas

Wednesday, officials in central Guatemala, say the body of the prosecutor investigating the massacre of 27 people in the country was found, and it had been dismembered. Officials believe it was the work of the drug gang Los Zetas. continue reading »

Former Bishop and Paraguayan President in His Own ‘Love Child’ Scandal

Former Bishop and Paraguayan President in His Own ‘Love Child’ Scandal

Former Catholic bishop and Paraguayan President, Fernando Lugo, is finding himself in his own 'Love Child' scandal. Benigna Leguizamón, 28-years old, is certain her 8 year old is the fruit of her love affaires with Lugo. continue reading »

1,300 Square Foot Drop House Nets 108 Illegal Immigrants Inside (VIDEO)

1,300 Square Foot Drop House Nets 108 Illegal Immigrants Inside (VIDEO)

Arizona police and immigration officials believe they have netted a record number of illegal immigrants in a Phoenix drop house. Neighbors grew suspicious of the home at 91st and Encanto Boulevard with many vehicles coming and leaving the 1,300 square foot, four-bedroom home. continue reading »

Phillies’ Infielder Wilson Valdez Becomes Winning Pitcher In 19-Inning Game Against Cin. Reds

Phillies’ Infielder Wilson Valdez Becomes Winning Pitcher In 19-Inning Game Against Cin. Reds

In what some are calling the “Wildest Game of the Year,” the Philadelphia Phillies and the Cincinnati Reds went 19 innings, in a game that lasted 6 hours, spanned two days, and saw an infielder become the winning pitcher. continue reading »

Few Adults Active at Work, Unless you Are a Hispanic Male

Few Adults Active at Work, Unless you Are a Hispanic Male

Researchers at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found that as little as 6.5 percent of all American adults are getting enough physical activity at their jobs. continue reading »

Police Shut down Tavern Inside Mexican Prison With Plasma TV and Other Goodies

Police Shut down Tavern Inside Mexican Prison With Plasma TV and Other Goodies

Inmates were served beer, vodka and tequila in a low-security prison in Chihuahua. continue reading »

First Latino Wins American Idol, Scotty McCreery

First Latino Wins American Idol, Scotty McCreery

As the lights dimmed on Wednesday’s season finale of American Idol, with more than 122.4 million votes counted for the final two contestants continue reading »

JUST IN: Arizona Law Punishing Businesses for Hiring Illegal Immigrants is Upheld

JUST IN: Arizona Law Punishing Businesses for Hiring Illegal Immigrants is Upheld

The U.S. Supreme Court in a 5-3 vote has upheld Arizona’s four-year old law that allows the state to punish businesses that hired illegal immigrants. continue reading »

First Ever Spanish Language PORNO Parody To be Made of TV Favorite “El Gordo y La Flaca”

First Ever Spanish Language PORNO Parody To be Made of TV Favorite “El Gordo y La Flaca”

A new all-Spanish language porn company reportedly has their eyes set on making a XXX parody of El Gordo Y La Flaca! continue reading »

Rep. Guitierrez Attends Anti-Deportation Town Hall Meeting in Nevada

Rep. Guitierrez Attends Anti-Deportation Town Hall Meeting in Nevada

Illinois Rep. Luis Guitierrez will be in Reno Nevada for a town hall meeting this Friday. People will be asking for relief from immigration deportations and gathering signatures on a petition for President Obama. continue reading »

Cesar Chavez Home Nominated for Placement in National Historic Registry

Cesar Chavez Home Nominated for Placement in National Historic Registry

The nine-member California Historic Resources Commission voted on May 19 to nominate the National Chavez Center, where Cesar Chavez lived and led the farm worker movement during his last 22 years at La Paz in Keene, Calif., continue reading »

Largest Corporate Social Responsibility Conference for the Americas Opens in Paraguay

Largest Corporate Social Responsibility Conference for the Americas Opens in Paraguay

The Inter-American Conference on Corporate Social Responsibility, CSRAmericas 2011, opened in Paraguay with a reaffirmation of the importance of corporate social responsibility as a key tool for transforming Latin American society.. continue reading »

San Antonio: Organization Files Suit to Stop the Renaming of Street to Cesar E. Chavez Boulevard

San Antonio: Organization Files Suit to Stop the Renaming of Street to Cesar E. Chavez Boulevard

Years after his death, revolutionary Cesar Chavez is still at the heart of controversy. This time, over a street sign. In San Antonio, Texas, city council members approved the renaming of a 5.4-mile street to “Cesar E. Chavez Boulevard” continue reading »