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Reports Reveal Minority Men Face Toughest Challenges When Trying to Advance their Education

Reports Reveal Minority Men Face Toughest Challenges When Trying to Advance their Education

According to two recent reports from the College Board and Advocacy & Policy Center, minority men of all backgrounds face educational barriers that minority women and white men do not often experience. continue reading »

Evita Duarte de Perón’s Jewelry Recovered in Italy

Evita Duarte de Perón’s Jewelry Recovered in Italy

Police in Milán have recovered jewelry that once belonged to the late Argentine First Lady of Juan Doming Perón. continue reading »

Jennifer López To Get Star in Hollywood’s Walk Of Fame

Jennifer López To Get Star in Hollywood’s Walk Of Fame

J-lo and Mexican singer Pepe Aguilar will get their stars in 2012. continue reading »

Arizona Sheriff Says Securing the Border is About Safety and Is Not a Race Issue

Arizona Sheriff Says Securing the Border is About Safety and Is Not a Race Issue

An Arizona sheriff has claimed that the Obama administration's decision to keep the 1,200 U.S. National Guard troops at that U.S.-Mexico is "pandering", as the number is not nearly enough. continue reading »

WikiLeaks: High Clergy of Venezuela Defied Pope and Plotted Against Chávez

WikiLeaks: High Clergy of Venezuela Defied Pope and Plotted Against Chávez

WikiLeaks says John Paul II Would have warned the higher ranking bishops in Venezuela not to interfere with Chávez. The prelates disobeyed. continue reading »

New Generation Latinos Ages 14-34 Reveals Nearly 50% Seek More Bilingual/Bicultural Content

New Generation Latinos Ages 14-34 Reveals Nearly 50% Seek More Bilingual/Bicultural Content

"The Maximo Report" co-sponsored by Tr3s takes an in depth look at the role of media, entertainment, digital media and marketing & advertising among New Generation Latinos (NGLs) continue reading »

Border Fence Mural Taken Down, but Saved

Border Fence Mural Taken Down, but Saved

A 60-foot-long mural painted on a section fence along the U.S.-Mexico border has been saved from the scrap yard thanks in large part to the efforts from people in both countries. continue reading »

Police Confirm Capture of “El Chango” Leader of La Familia Michoacana

Police Confirm Capture of “El Chango” Leader of La Familia Michoacana

Today authorities confirmed that elements of the Federal Police have captured Jose de Jesus Mendez Vargas, better known as "El Chango," who had been named leader of the Michaocan drug cartel La Familia. continue reading »

Wilmer Valderrama Reconnects with His Roots

Wilmer Valderrama Reconnects with His Roots

NuvoTV's PASTPORT: VENEZUELA joins Valderrama on his emotional return to Venezuela for the first time since he came to the U.S. 16 years ago. continue reading »

Aguilera/Levine Collaboration “Moves Like Jagger” on THE VOICE (VIDEO)

Aguilera/Levine Collaboration “Moves Like Jagger” on THE VOICE (VIDEO)

Christina Aguilera and Adam Levine’s from Maroon 5 sung “Moves Like Jagger” last night on “The Voice” . continue reading »

Citing Precarious Conditions, UN Urges Governments Not to Return Haitians

Citing Precarious Conditions, UN Urges Governments Not to Return Haitians

The United Nations is appealing to governments to suspend all involuntary returns to Haiti, given the precarious conditions that continue to persist in the Caribbean nation 18 months after the devastating January 2010 earthquake. continue reading »

ICE Assists Mexican Authorities in Seizing Over $2.4 million Concealed Inside Telephone Cable

ICE Assists Mexican Authorities in Seizing Over $2.4 million Concealed Inside Telephone Cable

Mexico's customs authority, the Servicio de Administración Tributaria (SAT), with assistance from the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI), seized over $2.4 million concealed within four large rolls of telephone cable at the cargo facility of Mexico City's Benito Juarez International Airport continue reading »

Mexico Bans Shark Fishing in Federal Waters

Mexico Bans Shark Fishing in Federal Waters

The National Commission of Aquaculture and Fisheries (Conapesca) decided to ban the fishing of all shark species in federal waters on both coasts in order to contribute to the conservation of the resource. continue reading »

U.S. Border Patrol Agents Rescue 13 Illegal Aliens From Extreme Conditions

U.S. Border Patrol Agents Rescue 13 Illegal Aliens From Extreme Conditions

U.S. Border Patrol agents from the Rio Grande Valley Sector saved the lives of 13 illegal aliens over the weekend and early this morning. continue reading »

Juanes Announces Tour, Says 3 Year Hiatus is a Rumor

Juanes Announces Tour, Says 3 Year Hiatus is a Rumor

The Colombian singer said in an interview that his singing career is far from over, and he’ll just take a few family days after a series of Spain concerts. continue reading »