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Goverment Officials Returning Seized pre-Columbian Artifacts to Panama

Goverment Officials Returning Seized pre-Columbian Artifacts to Panama

Today at U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) headquarters, ICE Director John Morton and U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Assistant Commissioner Thomas S. Winkowski repatriated 99 pre-Columbian artifacts seized continue reading »

Inmate “Fights” to Stay in Jail for Fear of Being Killed by Los Zetas

Inmate “Fights” to Stay in Jail for Fear of Being Killed by Los Zetas

A prisoner Arizona, who was about to be released, attacked a guard in an attempt to stay incarcerated, because he feared being killed my cartel hit men. continue reading »

Judge Reduces $15,000 Fine To $1,000 For Manhattan Teacher Who Said Coñ* In Class

Judge Reduces $15,000 Fine To $1,000 For Manhattan Teacher Who Said Coñ* In Class

Supreme Court Justice Barbara Jaffe considered the fine “disproportionate.” continue reading »

Director-Choreographer  Jamie King Joins Jlo and Marc Anthony’s New Show

Director-Choreographer Jamie King Joins Jlo and Marc Anthony’s New Show

New details have surfaced on the new talent show venture of Jlo and Marc Anthony, now called “Q’Viva” a show “for the 21st century. continue reading »

Fiat Investing $100 Million in Argentina

Fiat Investing $100 Million in Argentina

Fiat Industrial is set to invest $100 million in Argentina that will result in 600 new jobs and 1,500 indirect jobs. continue reading »

White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for Hispanics

White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for Hispanics

Hispanic success in education and in the labor market is of immediate and long‐term importance to America’s economy, according to a new report released today by the White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for Hispanics continue reading »

CENSUS: Only 14% of Latinos Have College Degree, Lowest Level Amongst All Minorities

CENSUS: Only 14% of Latinos Have College Degree, Lowest Level Amongst All Minorities

According to the Census in 2010, 36 percent of the nation's population 25 and older left school before obtaining a degree. This includes 15 percent of the population that didn't earn a regular high school diploma continue reading »

Conn. Governor Supports Keeping College Student in US and Homeland Security Reverses Decision

Conn. Governor Supports Keeping College Student in US and Homeland Security Reverses Decision

A Connecticut College Student fighting deportation has received word that the US dept of Homeland Security has reversed their decision to demand that he leave the country in 60 days. continue reading »

U.S. Border Patrol Arrests Illegal Aliens, Thwarts Human Smuggling Attempt

U.S. Border Patrol Arrests Illegal Aliens, Thwarts Human Smuggling Attempt

A collaborative effort between Customs and Border Protection Office of Air and Marine and the U.S. Border Patrol prevented a maritime human smuggling attempt yesterday that resulted in the arrest of seven Mexican nationals. continue reading »

Economic Mobility Remains Out of Reach For as Much as 42% of Latino Youth

Economic Mobility Remains Out of Reach For as Much as 42% of Latino Youth

Latino youth are one of the fastest-growing segments of the population in the United States, poised to fill the workforce gap as millions of baby boomers retire over the next decade. continue reading »

MX Government Rescues 51 Migrant Hostages at Border, Chinese Migrants Amongst Them

MX Government Rescues 51 Migrant Hostages at Border, Chinese Migrants Amongst Them

Mexican authorities are reporting the federal police rescued 51 kidnapped migrants at a house in the border city of Reynosa, Tamaulipas, located across the border from McAllen, Texas. continue reading »

PEW:  Record Number of Latinos Voted in 2010 Midterm Elections

PEW:  Record Number of Latinos Voted in 2010 Midterm Elections

A new study out by the Pew Hispanic Center shows that a record 6.6 million Latinos voted in last year’s mid-term elections. This finding disputes some earlier reports that Latino’s stayed home and also signals the influence they can exert in the upcoming Presidential elections. continue reading »

U.S. Government Looks to Change the U.S.‘s Broadcasts in Cuba

U.S. Government Looks to Change the U.S.‘s Broadcasts in Cuba

U.S. government radio and TV broadcasts in Cuba are under new management, and it is being promised that an effort will be made to make the station more relevant and try to reach a younger audience. continue reading »

Spike TV’s Repo Games Crew Shot At by Crazy Latino

Spike TV’s Repo Games Crew Shot At by Crazy Latino

The brand new show got the scare of a lifetime, when a contestant opened fire, before he realized he was a contestant! continue reading »

Just Released Picture Of Juanes in The Oval Office

Just Released Picture Of Juanes in The Oval Office

Juanes met President Barack Obama earlier this month at the White House just released the photo op. continue reading »