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Eight New Airports Approved for Flights to Cuba, Total of 11 U.S. Airports Offering Flights

Eight New Airports Approved for Flights to Cuba, Total of 11 U.S. Airports Offering Flights

U.S. Customs and Border officials have announced that eight new U.S. airports have obtained permission to schedule charter flights to and from Cuba. continue reading »

Republican Women of AL Say State Immigration Bill Too Easy on Employers

Republican Women of AL Say State Immigration Bill Too Easy on Employers

The Alabama Federation of Republican Women disagree with news reports that HB56 is a tough Arizona-style immigration bill. "There are many good aspects in the bill that are much needed to control immigration continue reading »

German Scientists on a Quest for Mayan Gold Treasure in Guatemala

German Scientists on a Quest for Mayan Gold Treasure in Guatemala

A German expert believes he has cracked an ancient code, which will lead his expedition to $290 million in lost gold! continue reading »

Latina “Teen Sex Slave” at the Heart of American Apparel Founders $260M Lawsuit

Latina “Teen Sex Slave” at the Heart of American Apparel Founders $260M Lawsuit

Dov Charney founder of American Apparel, one of the U.S. largest garment factories, is being sued for $260 million for sexually enslaving one of his teen employees. continue reading »

Bill to Stop Undocumented Immigrants From Getting Drivers License Fails In WA Senate

Bill to Stop Undocumented Immigrants From Getting Drivers License Fails In WA Senate

A Bill to restrict the ability of undocumented immigrants to obtain drivers licenses in Washington State was defeated yesterday in the state Senate, the motion failed 23-25. continue reading »

Maine Business Becomes 1st in State to Sign ICE Agreement

Maine Business Becomes 1st in State to Sign ICE Agreement

A wreath manufacturing company has become the first business in Maine to sign an agreement with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) to strengthen hiring practices and to combat the unlawful employment of illegal aliens. continue reading »

Jihad Jane’s Partner, Jamie Ramirez Pleads Guilty to Aiding Terrorists

Jihad Jane’s Partner, Jamie Ramirez Pleads Guilty to Aiding Terrorists

Jamie Paulin Ramirez, 32, a U.S. citizen and former resident of Colorado, pleaded guilty today to one count of conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists. Ramirez faces a potential maximum penalty of 15 years in prison and a $250,000 fine at sentencing. continue reading »

UN Warns on International Women’s Day Discrimination Still Lingers

One hundred years after more than a million women poured out onto the streets around the world on the first International Women’s Day, the United Nations used continue reading »

La Reina del Sur, Highest-Rated Telenovela Premiere for NBC with 2.4 Million Viewers

La Reina del Sur, Highest-Rated Telenovela Premiere for NBC with 2.4 Million Viewers

The blockbuster television production La Reina del Sur, based on the novel by best-selling author Arturo Perez-Reverte, has become the highest-rated premiere in the history of Telemundo, with an audience of 2.4 million viewers. continue reading »

Hispanics See a Population Surge in North Carolina, but a Job Shortage

Hispanics in North Carolina are seeing first hand, the effects of the recession, being hit hard by the lack of work. The 2010 Census showed that the Hispanic population in North Carolina has more than doubled since the last census in 2000 continue reading »

FERNANDO FLORES: Britney’s Former Bodyguard Says She Sexted Him “Filthy” Pics of her Privates

FERNANDO FLORES: Britney’s Former Bodyguard Says She Sexted Him “Filthy” Pics of her Privates

Fernando Flores, the former bodyguard of Britney Spears claims the pop-star sent him naughty pictures from her cell-phone, and he plans to use those in court, as proof of her sexual harassment. continue reading »

Bull Injures man at Bullfight in Venezuela when Bull Leapt from Bullring (VIDEO)

Bull Injures man at Bullfight in Venezuela when Bull Leapt from Bullring (VIDEO)

Amateur video captured the dramatic moment when the bull hurdled the inner fence during the event in eastern Venezuela. continue reading »

Millions of Dead Anchovies Suffocate in Redondo Beach California (VIDEO)

Millions of Dead Anchovies Suffocate in Redondo Beach California (VIDEO)

Millions of Anchovies have turned up dead in California, experts say the fish "suffocated". continue reading »

Mexico City Restaurant Embarking on UN-Backed Emission Reduction Plan

Mexico City Restaurant Embarking on UN-Backed Emission Reduction Plan

A small restaurant chain in Mexico City is leading the way to cleaner air with help from a new United Nations scheme. Adapting its clean development mechanism (CDM), which allowed rich countries to meet emissions standards by funding clean energy projects continue reading »

Van der Sloot to Plead Temporary Insanity in Peru Killing

Van der Sloot to Plead Temporary Insanity in Peru Killing

In Peru a murder defendant can use the plea of ‘violent emotion’ in crimes of passion or when a spouse finds the other engaged in an act of adultery. continue reading »