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Everglades National Park Reaching Out in Spanish

Everglades National Park Reaching Out in Spanish

Everglades National Park is one of a kind. It is the largest subtropical wilderness in the United States and boasts rare and endangered species. It has been designated a World Heritage Site, an International Biosphere Reserve, and a Wetland of International Importance, significant to all people of the world. continue reading »

UPDATE: Hacker Group ANONYMOUS Shuts Down Ministry of Education Website

UPDATE: Hacker Group ANONYMOUS Shuts Down Ministry of Education Website

Less than 10 minutes after the Anonymous cyber rendezvous took place at 10am, at least six Chilean government education related sites have been shut down! continue reading »

Obama’s New Border Strategy:  Information Sharing

Obama’s New Border Strategy:  Information Sharing

Yesterday the White House and Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano unveiled an updated border strategy that wholelly consists of increased coordination and resource sharing between all enforcement agencies at the federal, state and local levels. continue reading »

Latino Independent Distiller Launches ‘Tributo a Mi Padre,’ Tequila Honoring Father’s Memory

Latino Independent Distiller Launches ‘Tributo a Mi Padre,’ Tequila Honoring Father’s Memory

Fulfilling a life-long dream and keeping a son's promise, Latino entrepreneur and former head of the U.S. Small Business Administration, Hector V. Barreto, officially launches Tributo a Mi Padre (Tribute to My Father), a premium tequila spirit, at the 6th Annual East L.A. Meets Napa Premiere Food and Wine Tasting Event, on Friday, July 8, in Union Station, Downtown Los Angeles. continue reading »

Dominican Baseball Prospect Arrested by Border Officers for Concealed Cocaine

Dominican Baseball Prospect Arrested by Border Officers for Concealed Cocaine

Customs and Border Protection Officers (CBP) at JFK Airport intercept a 21 year old man attempting to smuggle over six pounds of cocaine in his luggage. The bag he was carrying contained four pairs of sneakers with narcotics concealed within the soles. continue reading »

US Execution of Mexican National Violates International Law – UN Rights Chief

US Execution of Mexican National Violates International Law – UN Rights Chief

The United Nations human rights chief said today she deeply regrets the execution in the United States of Mexican national Humberto Leal García, stating that it is a breach of Washington’s obligations under international law. continue reading »

Colombia Promotes First Geothermal Energy Project

Colombia Promotes First Geothermal Energy Project

Colombia will promote investment in non-conventional renewable energy sources and lay the groundwork for its first geothermal project with a $2.7 million grant from the Global Environment Facility (GEF) administered by the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB). continue reading »

Metal Singer Dies in Motorcycle Accident Just Short of 1st Anniversary of Wife’s Fatal Accident

Metal Singer Dies in Motorcycle Accident Just Short of 1st Anniversary of Wife’s Fatal Accident

The singer for metal band One of Sixx was killed in a motorcycle accident in Texas over the 4th of July weekend. His death comes just weeks before the one-year anniversary of the death of his wife, also killed in a motorcycle accident. continue reading »

Secretary Hillary Clinton and Brazilian Foreign Minister to Launch Open Government Partnership

Secretary Hillary Clinton and Brazilian Foreign Minister to Launch Open Government Partnership

Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton and Brazilian Foreign Minister Antonio Patriota will announce the Open Government Partnership (OGP) at a high-level meeting of governments and civil society at the Department of State on July 12, 2011. The Open Government Partnership is a new, multilateral initiative that aims to secure concrete continue reading »

Fewer People Migrating North as Mexico Sees All Around Improvement

Fewer People Migrating North as Mexico Sees All Around Improvement

As immigration hysteria is still raging in parts of America, the number of immigrants coming from Mexico has actually slowed considerably, and research suggests it’s due to the changes Mexico has been undergoing. continue reading »

ANONYMOUS Calls for a Massive Cyber-Attack in Support of Chile Students

ANONYMOUS Calls for a Massive Cyber-Attack in Support of Chile Students

The “MalEducados” cyber-operation follows several weeks of student protests in Chile, offering them online support for their cause. Anonymous, who is behind the cyber-operation, is calling for global hacker support tomorrow at 10 am. to support student protesting for better access to education. They have been protesting for several months. continue reading »

JOIN THE CELEBRATION: 100 Years of Machu Picchu (LIVE STREAM)

JOIN THE CELEBRATION: 100 Years of Machu Picchu (LIVE STREAM)

Partake of the celebrations happening in the site LIVE, with our live stream. Don’t miss tonight’s light and sound show LIVE from 6:00pm CDT. continue reading »

Latino Immigrants Worry About Competing With Refugees in the Low-Income Job Market

Latino Immigrants Worry About Competing With Refugees in the Low-Income Job Market

Just as Latino immigrants were thought to have the strongest hold on service-sector jobs in Utah, a new kind of immigrant may be taking over these low-skilled occupations. continue reading »

Latinos Form First Ever Mexican-American Vintners Association in Napa Valley

Latinos Form First Ever Mexican-American Vintners Association in Napa Valley

For the first time in US wine industry history, Mexican-American vintners and wine industry leaders have joined forces to officially launch the Napa Valley Mexican-American Vintners Association (NVMAVA). continue reading »

Sexual Assault Case of 11-year-old Latina by 19 Men Being Delayed by DNA Results

Sexual Assault Case of 11-year-old Latina by 19 Men Being Delayed by DNA Results

In the small town of Cleveland, Texas, 19 men are accused if being a part of the sexual assault of a then-11-year-old girl. But a judge has pushed back the cases of six of them due to a delay in DNA testing. continue reading »