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Drop Off Unused Prescription Drugs Today( Saturday) Collection Site List

Drop Off Unused Prescription Drugs Today( Saturday) Collection Site List

If you have old prescription drugs sitting in your medicine cabinet, you can get rid of them safely on Saturday. continue reading »

US Hispanic Chamber of Comm. Open Letter to Florida Gov. Regarding Immigration

US Hispanic Chamber of Comm. Open Letter to Florida Gov. Regarding Immigration

Thank you for your service to the state of Florida as President of the Florida State Senate. On behalf of the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC), which continue reading »

CHILL OUT this weekend with a Latin American Natural Wonder

CHILL OUT this weekend with a Latin American Natural Wonder

CHILL OUT this weekend with a Latin American natural wonder. Guess What and Where this is? continue reading »

Karl Rove Says President Obama’s Lack of Immigration Reform is Losing Him Latino Voters

Karl Rove Says President Obama’s Lack of Immigration Reform is Losing Him Latino Voters

This week on Fox Business Network, former top presidential adviser Carl Rove also said that President Obama’s numbers are tumbling in the Latino community continue reading »

WATCH Principe Felipe, La Reina Sofía and Princess Leticia at the Royal Wedding

WATCH Principe Felipe, La Reina Sofía and Princess Leticia at the Royal Wedding

El Principe Felipe, La Reina Sofia Y La Princesa Letizia, came to Príncipe Guillermo's wedding in representation of the Spanish Royalty. continue reading »

Brazilian Prison Guard Accused of Torture Deported by U.S. Immigration

Brazilian Prison Guard Accused of Torture Deported by U.S. Immigration

A man wanted for torturing prisoners in Brazil in 2005 was deported on Tuesday and turned over to Brazilian authorities Wednesday morning by officers from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO). continue reading »

Law to Protect Children Immigrating Through Mexico Alone, “Not Doing Enough” say Advocates

Law to Protect Children Immigrating Through Mexico Alone, “Not Doing Enough” say Advocates

The Trafficking Victims Protection and Reauthorization Act of 2008 was designed to help the vulnerable Mexican children sent across the U.S.-Mexico border alone, but advocates on both sides of the border say the law is not being implemented well. continue reading »

13th Annual Celebration of ‘El Dia de los Niños’ Set for Tomorrow

13th Annual Celebration of ‘El Dia de los Niños’ Set for Tomorrow

This year marks the 13th annual celebration of El Día de los Niños (Celebrating Young Americans) in the U.S.-, a day where children throughout the country are honored. continue reading »

Puerto Rico: Number of Minors Involved in Crime Increasing

Puerto Rico: Number of Minors Involved in Crime Increasing

In Puerto Rico, authorities are worried about the rising number of young people becoming involved in criminal activity. The day after Julian Romero Rodriguez, 21, was stabbed to death on a beach in San Juan’s upscale Condado neighborhood, continue reading »

United States and Peru Hold Environmental Meetings

The Governments of the United States and Peru convened the third meeting of the Sub-Committee on Forest Sector Governance (Sub-Committee), the second meeting of the Environmental Affairs Council (EAC) continue reading »

United States and Peru Hold Environmental Meetings

United States and Peru Hold Environmental Meetings

The Governments of the United States and Peru convened the third meeting of the Sub-Committee on Forest Sector Governance (Sub-Committee), the second meeting of the Environmental Affairs Council (EAC) continue reading »

Superman Forfeits his U.S. Citizenship! But.. Wasn’t he an Illegal ALIEN, Anyway?

Superman Forfeits his U.S. Citizenship! But.. Wasn’t he an Illegal ALIEN, Anyway?

A very disgruntled man of steel revealed his intentions of turning in his Green Card on the Comics #900 release. continue reading »

AZ Protest Disrupts School Board’s Ethnic Studies Vote to Remove Class From Core Curriculum

AZ Protest Disrupts School Board’s Ethnic Studies Vote to Remove Class From Core Curriculum

The fight to keep Tucson Unified School District’s Ethnic Studies/Mexican-American Studies (MAS) program moved to the University of Arizona’s College of Education, Tuesday, for an event titled “The Real Truth.” continue reading »

Enrique Iglesias And Shakira Sweep At the Billboard Latin Music Awards (VIDEO)

Enrique Iglesias And Shakira Sweep At the Billboard Latin Music Awards (VIDEO)

Enrique Iglesias took home nine awards, while the Colombian singer, Shakira, took six. continue reading »

Study: Young Latinos Without Diplomas or GEDs Will Have Even Fewer Job Opportunities by 2018

Study: Young Latinos Without Diplomas or GEDs Will Have Even Fewer Job Opportunities by 2018

Tuesday, the National Council of La Raza has released a report showing that the school dropout rate of Latino teenagers is now 28 percent, and those who do not finish school face greater social and job-market obstacles in their future. continue reading »