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Crazed Mexican Teen Demands to Go Out While Pointing Gun at Mom (VIDEO)

Crazed Mexican Teen Demands to Go Out While Pointing Gun at Mom (VIDEO)

Next time your teenage daughter demands to go out and you think you have the worse kid on earth check out this Mexican teen. When her loafing, toe picking mother insists she can’t go out the hyped up teen pulls out a gun fires a shot in the floor and points it to her head. continue reading »

Chavez Pulling Money From U.S. Institutions, While Also Planning to Take Over Venezuela’s Gold Mines

Chavez Pulling Money From U.S. Institutions, While Also Planning to Take Over Venezuela’s Gold Mines

Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez is reportedly planning a government takeover of his country’s gold mining industry and has begun taking cash and gold from Swiss and English banks and placing it in banks in Brazil, China and Russia. continue reading »

California Panda Express Sued for Discrimination of Latino Employees by EEOC

California Panda Express Sued for Discrimination of Latino Employees by EEOC

The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has filed a lawsuit against the restaurant chain Panda Express for actions of its San Jose restaurant. continue reading »

Hispanic Officer Killed in the Line of Duty in 2003, Honored with Street Sign in New Jersey

Hispanic Officer Killed in the Line of Duty in 2003, Honored with Street Sign in New Jersey

In 2003, officer Melvin Lisoljo was killed in the line of duty, becoming the first Hispanic police officer to do so in Newark, NJ. Tuesday, in honor of his service, an intersection was named after him. continue reading »

Finally! Decision Reached on Final Resting Place of Carlos Andrés Pérez

Finally! Decision Reached on Final Resting Place of Carlos Andrés Pérez

Former Venezuelan President Carlos Andrés Pérez will be buried in Venezuela after 8 months of intense quarreling between his mistress in Miami and his wife in Venezuela. continue reading »

Another Drug Tunnel Between Mexico & U.S. Found in Arizona

Another Drug Tunnel Between Mexico & U.S. Found in Arizona

U.S. Immigration agents and Border Patrol have located another drug tunnel running between the U.S. and Mexico this week. The tunnel small by comparison to the tunnel found several days ago that was 980-feet long. continue reading »

Homeland Security Now Targeting Sham Universities Rather Than Foreign Students

Homeland Security Now Targeting Sham Universities Rather Than Foreign Students

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has been cracking down on the number of so-called “sham universities”, which have been using their status as schools accepting inter continue reading »

Peruvian Deysi Cori Wins World Chess Youth Tournament

Peruvian Deysi Cori Wins World Chess Youth Tournament

Deysi shone in the chess tournament held in Chennai, India, winning 13 matches, tying 4, and finishing undefeated! continue reading »

Spanish Telenovela, Terminales, to Be Adapted by ABC Family Network (VIDEO)

Spanish Telenovela, Terminales, to Be Adapted by ABC Family Network (VIDEO)

The popular Spanish telenovela, Terminales will be adapted by the ABC Family network for English speaking audiences. continue reading »

POLL:  Voters Not As Concerned Anti-Immigration Efforts Will Violate Their Own Civil Rights

POLL:  Voters Not As Concerned Anti-Immigration Efforts Will Violate Their Own Civil Rights

Voters are showing less concern that anti-immigration efforts will also end up violating civil rights and most continue to oppose automatic citizenship for children born in the United States to illegal immigrants. continue reading »

CBP Commissioner Alan Bersin Fires Back Against Gov. Perry’s Claims the US-Mexico Border is Lawless

CBP Commissioner Alan Bersin Fires Back Against Gov. Perry’s Claims the US-Mexico Border is Lawless

Despite presidential candidate Gov. Rick Perry’s claims that the U.S.-Mexico border is completely lawless, U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials argue that it is safer and more secure than it has ever been. continue reading »

Enrique Iglesias Takes Dance Chart Record From Michael Jackson AGAIN!

Enrique Iglesias Takes Dance Chart Record From Michael Jackson AGAIN!

For the second time this year, Enrique Iglesias snatches the title for most dance hits at #1 from the late King of Pop, Michael Jackson. continue reading »

Anti-Latino Hate Crimes is Possible Trend Says Hatewatch Organization

Anti-Latino Hate Crimes is Possible Trend Says Hatewatch Organization

Anti-Latino hate crimes in California spiked up by almost 50% last year, the state’s attorney general’s office reported Wednesday. That dramatic rise, from 81 such crimes in 2009 to 119 in 2010, followed a decade of declines. continue reading »

Thousands in Bogotá Break Two Fitness Guinness World Records (VIDEO)

Thousands in Bogotá Break Two Fitness Guinness World Records (VIDEO)

Thousands of people in Colombia’s capital shattered records previously owned by Budapest in Kickboxing, and Manila in Aerobics! continue reading »

ACLU Sues Over Shackling of Non-Violent Immigration Detainees

ACLU Sues Over Shackling of Non-Violent Immigration Detainees

The American Civil Liberties Union, the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights of the San Francisco Bay Area (Lawyers' Committee), and Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati (WSGR) filed a class action suit on behalf of adult immigration detainees, all of whom appear in immigration court shackled at the wrists, waist, and ankles, regardless of their history or capacity for disruption. continue reading »