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El Salvadoran Executioner and Thug Perdomo Henriquez  Captured by ICE

El Salvadoran Executioner and Thug Perdomo Henriquez Captured by ICE

Perdomo Henriquez was a notorious, violent gang leader in El Salvador - wanted for crimes ranging from decapitation and dismemberment to murder and extortion. continue reading »

Five Teenage Girls Assault Hispanic Wendy’s Employee, Post the Video on Youtube (VIDEO)

Five Teenage Girls Assault Hispanic Wendy’s Employee, Post the Video on Youtube (VIDEO)

New York Police charged two fifteen-year old girls, and are after two more teenage girls accused of ganging up and beating on a Wendy's employee in Queens; their attack was posted on YouTube. continue reading »

Why Is Vasquez Rushing to Buy Before Alvarez? Study: Surnames May Play Part in Consumer Behavior

Why Is Vasquez Rushing to Buy Before Alvarez? Study: Surnames May Play Part in Consumer Behavior

The first letter of our childhood surname determines much about our consumer behavior as grownups, according to a new study in the Journal of Consumer Research. continue reading »

After Teams Losses, All Eyes Were Still on QBs Mark Sanchez and Jay Cutler As They Stepped Out

After Teams Losses, All Eyes Were Still on QBs Mark Sanchez and Jay Cutler As They Stepped Out

After losses this weekend, two NFL quarterbacks made the news again, but not for their skills on the field. Sunday night, after his team’s lost to the Pittsburgh Steelers, the NY Jets’ Mark Sanchez reportedly spent more than $2,500 at New York club chatting up a good-looking bartender. continue reading »

Juanes Sets Twitter Record, Comes close to 2 Million Followers

Juanes Sets Twitter Record, Comes close to 2 Million Followers

With 1.8 million followers on Twitter, 40,000 fans on Ping (iTunes social network) and an impressive 2.3 million Facebook fans, Colombian rocker Juanes has become the king of Social Networks. continue reading »

Scarred for Life: Twice Ambushed Mayor of Tiquicheo, Mexico, Maria Santos Shows her Scars (EXPLICIT)

Scarred for Life: Twice Ambushed Mayor of Tiquicheo, Mexico, Maria Santos Shows her Scars (EXPLICIT)

"One man scorned and covered with scars still strove with his last ounce of courage to reach the unreachable stars; and the world will be better for this." Miguel de Cervantes, Don Quixote continue reading »

Spanish-Language Newspaper Depicts Georgia Governor As a Nazi

Spanish-Language Newspaper Depicts Georgia Governor As a Nazi

A Spanish-language newspaper pushed the buttons of both Democrats and Republicans when they posted a picture depicting the state’s governor as a Nazi. continue reading »

La Familia Cartel Supposedly Disbanded

La Familia Cartel Supposedly Disbanded

Banners appeared on bridges in the Mexican state of Michoacán on Monday, announcing the brutal cartel “La Familia is completely dissolved.” continue reading »

STUDY:  Higher Rate of Hispanic and Black Women Tested for Sexually Transmitted Disease

STUDY:  Higher Rate of Hispanic and Black Women Tested for Sexually Transmitted Disease

A recent study published in the Pediatrics journal found that young Hispanic and black girls are being screened for the sexually transmitted disease Chlamydia than their young counterparts. continue reading »

Bolivian Artisans Transform Barbie into a Native ‘Cholita’ Doll

Bolivian Artisans Transform Barbie into a Native ‘Cholita’ Doll

Fifteen young Bolivian artisans between the ages of 15 and 20 years old, worked together to transform Barbie dolls, into "Cholita" dolls reminiscent of the Bolivian Aymara women. continue reading »

Mexico’s Contribution to the Tablet PC Market: ‘Meebox’

Mexico’s Contribution to the Tablet PC Market: ‘Meebox’

Mexico is getting into the ever-growing tablet PC market by introducing its own tablet PC. Meebox, a Guadalajara based company is producing the country’s first table PC for the not very inexpensive price of $899. continue reading »

Giffords Intern Daniel Hernandez to Advocate for More Gun Control

Giffords Intern Daniel Hernandez to Advocate for More Gun Control

Arizona Congresswoman’s intern, now known to many, Daniel Hernandez is expected to advocate for more gun control today in his visit to New York City. continue reading »

ICE-led document and benefit fraud investigation leads to arrests in eastern Washington

ICE-led document and benefit fraud investigation leads to arrests in eastern Washington

Fourteen individuals will make their initial appearance Friday morning in federal court here after being arrested by agents with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) on criminal charges related to an investigation into the manufacture and purchase of counterfeit identity and employment documents. continue reading »

Illinois Supreme Court Takes Rahm’s Case

Illinois Supreme Court Takes Rahm’s Case

The Illinois Supreme court issued an order Tuesday saying it would take up the dispute over whether Rahm Emanuel meets the state requirement that a candidate for Mayoral office live in a municipality for a year prior to an election, according to court spokesman Joseph Tybor. continue reading »

Number of Cholera Cases in Haiti Starting to Trend Downwards

Number of Cholera Cases in Haiti Starting to Trend Downwards

The number of people dying from cholera in Haiti has been on a downward trend or has stabilized in all ten of the country’s departments affected by the outbreak, the United Nations humanitarian office reported today, adding that the number of hospitalized people has also been decreasing. continue reading »