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Robert De Niro Arrives in Barcelona to Shoot a Paranormal Mystery Film

Robert De Niro Arrives in Barcelona to Shoot a Paranormal Mystery Film

Robert De Niro has just arrived in Barcelona to film a paranormal mystery. The actor will be participating in "Red Lights" a film directed by Spanish director Rodrigo Cortés, who directed Buried in 2010. continue reading »

Bruno Mars Cops to Plea Deal on Cocaine Charges, Only Mutters “Yes Your Honor”

Bruno Mars Cops to Plea Deal on Cocaine Charges, Only Mutters “Yes Your Honor”

Peter Hernandez, better known as the Grammy nominated singer Bruno Mars, was in court today entering his plea deal on cocaine charges. continue reading »

U.S. Family Still Missing, May Be in Mexico. Foul Play or on the Run?

U.S. Family Still Missing, May Be in Mexico. Foul Play or on the Run?

One year ago today, a California family completely vanished. For the family members left behind, there are many questions, and almost no answers. Joseph McStay, his wife Summer, and their two young sons have been missing since February 2010, continue reading »

Voodoo Prostitution Ring Busted in Spain, 17 Arrested

Voodoo Prostitution Ring Busted in Spain, 17 Arrested

The network leaders used voodoo threats and beatings to force women into working the streets. continue reading »

Go Red ‘Por Tu Corazon’ Helping to Fight Heart Disease Amongst Latinas

Go Red ‘Por Tu Corazon’ Helping to Fight Heart Disease Amongst Latinas

The American Heart Association’s (AHA) Go Red Por Tu Corazón is a bilingual heart-health movement for Latinas that is dedicated to raising awareness of heart disease continue reading »

40 Percent of Latinos in Toronto High Schools Drop Out

40 Percent of Latinos in Toronto High Schools Drop Out

According to a recent study, the high school drop out rate for Latinos in Toronto is now 40 percent, and despite attempts to change this, the school district has, so far, been unable to find a solution. continue reading »

28 Percent of all Puerto Rican Teens Carry Guns to School, Teachers Fear Their Own Students

28 Percent of all Puerto Rican Teens Carry Guns to School, Teachers Fear Their Own Students

A study released this week in Puerto Rico shows an alarming trend of 10th-12th graders carrying guns to school whereby teachers are afraid of their students, and violence to solve problems is readily practiced. continue reading »

Border Control Busy Examining 320.8 Million Plus Cut Flowers from Latin America for Valentine’s Day

Border Control Busy Examining 320.8 Million Plus Cut Flowers from Latin America for Valentine’s Day

U.S. Customs and Border Protection agriculture specialists at the Luis Munoz Marin International Airport spend numerous hours searching for these conspicuous bugs. continue reading »

Christina Aguilera to Design Fashion Line for Brazil’s C&A Department Stores (VIDEO)

Christina Aguilera to Design Fashion Line for Brazil’s C&A Department Stores (VIDEO)

The 30-year old singer is in Brazil, promoting her new fashion line for the department store C&A during Brazil's Fashion Week. continue reading »

U.S. Telecom Industry Condemns Mexico’s Inaction Toward Telmex Monopoly

U.S. Telecom Industry Condemns Mexico’s Inaction Toward Telmex Monopoly

As part of its yearly tasks, COMPTEL, the association representing the telecommunications industry in the U.S., collects information supplied by the Trade Representative (USTR) office, continue reading »

Federal Court Upholds Immigrants’ Right to Reopen Immigration Cases from Outside the U.S.

Federal Court Upholds Immigrants’ Right to Reopen Immigration Cases from Outside the U.S.

Yesterday, a federal appellate court chastised the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) for preventing noncitizens from reopening their cases from outside the United States. continue reading »

Life at Conception Act Bill has 13 Co-Sponsors in Senate Would End Abortions

Life at Conception Act Bill has 13 Co-Sponsors in Senate Would End Abortions

Senator Roger Wicker (R-MS) is sponsoring the "Life at Conception Act" (S.91), which will define personhood from the moment of conception. Sen. Wicker has 13 co-sponsors thus far. continue reading »

Mexican Ambassador Disapproves of Georgia Bills

Mexican Ambassador Disapproves of Georgia Bills

Mexican Ambassador to the US, Arturo Sarukhan, condemned legislation that dealt with the topic of undocumented immigration in Georgia, claiming that it was “poisoning” the relationship between Mexico and the US. continue reading »

One of U.S. Marshals 15 Most Wanted Fugitives Captured in Argentina, Stockbroker Turned Killer

One of U.S. Marshals 15 Most Wanted Fugitives Captured in Argentina, Stockbroker Turned Killer

Paul Merle Eischeid, one of the U.S. Marshals 15 Most Wanted Fugitives, was captured today in Buenos Aires by Argentinean authorities. continue reading »

Haitian Children Die Under ‘Unusual’ Religious Circumstances in the Dominican Republic

Haitian Children Die Under ‘Unusual’ Religious Circumstances in the Dominican Republic

Two Haitian children found inside a church in Puerto Plata did not die of cholera Dominican Republic authorities are saying. The two deceased children were found together with four others who were alive but in a very serious condition. continue reading »