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US Missionary Falls Victim of Drug Cartel Violence

US Missionary Falls Victim of Drug Cartel Violence

Nancy Davis, 59, U.S. missionary working in Mexico died in a Texas Hospital Wednesday after being shot in the head by gunmen in Mexico. continue reading »

BREAKING NEWS Kalimba is Freed! (VIDEO)

BREAKING NEWS Kalimba is Freed! (VIDEO)

After spending 6 days in the Chetumal jail in Quintana Roo, Mexico, Popular Singer Kalimba has been freed. continue reading »

Large Scale Catapult - Newest Mexican Drug Cartel Tool (VIDEO)

Get your mind out of the gutter. They were slinging drugs across the border with a catapult. continue reading »

United States Council on Latino Affairs to Convene, Fighting Against Anti-Immigrant Initiatives

The United States Hispanic Leadership Institute is convening the U.S. Council on Latino Affairs (USCLA), considered one of the most effective advocacy coalition at the state level on behalf of the Latino community. continue reading »

Kmart and Sofia Vergara Launching New Lifestyle Clothing Line Arriving Fall 2011

Kmart and Sofia Vergara Launching New Lifestyle Clothing Line Arriving Fall 2011

Kmart and Latin World Entertainment Licensing today announced the launch of a new lifestyle collection by renowned actress Sofia Vergara. continue reading »

Weekly Mass at Univ. of Barcelona Cancelled Due to Intimidation by Anti-Christian Protesters

Weekly Mass at Univ. of Barcelona Cancelled Due to Intimidation by Anti-Christian Protesters

Officials from the University of Barcelona, Spain have announced that its weekly Wednesday Mass will be suspended due to protests by a group of self-proclaimed “secular progressive” students. continue reading »

Arizona Declares Judicial Emergency

Arizona Declares Judicial Emergency

This Tuesday, Arizona judges declared a judicial emergency, which allows courts to delay criminal trials up to six months due to a shortage of judges the state is currently suffering from. continue reading »

NCLR’s  Thoughts on the State of the Union

NCLR’s Thoughts on the State of the Union

Last night, NCLR watched with the rest of the country as President Obama delivered his State of the Union address. For the second year, the president focused on our economic future, stressing the need for job creation and a strengthened economy that will restore the nation’s competitiveness. continue reading »

National Hispanic Medical Assocation Expands Efforts to Encourage Flu Shots with Key Partners

National Hispanic Medical Assocation Expands Efforts to Encourage Flu Shots with Key Partners

The National Hispanic Medical Association (NHMA) will join the National Medical Association (NMA) and Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee (D-Texas) in Houston, Texas, Monday, January 31st to continue reading »

World Leaders and Great Thinkers Gather in Davos Including Large Mexico Contingency

World Leaders and Great Thinkers Gather in Davos Including Large Mexico Contingency

The annual meeting of the world leaders, thinkers, CEO and basically anyone who’s important has started this week in Davos, Switzerland. continue reading »

Univision Radio Set to Host its 14th Consecutive Spanish-Language Radiothon Benefiting St. Jude

Univision Radio Set to Host its 14th Consecutive Spanish-Language Radiothon Benefiting St. Jude

Univision Radio will participate in the Promesa y Esperanza (Promise and Hope) radiothon on February 3rd and 4th, benefiting St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, the nation's top children's cancer hospital, for the 14th consecutive year. continue reading »

Are Enrique Iglesias And Anna Kournikova Expecting Their First Baby?

Are Enrique Iglesias And Anna Kournikova Expecting Their First Baby?

The gossip seems to be true this time around, as sources indicate that the couple told the good news to a group of close friends at their home in Miami last Saturday. continue reading »

In spite of Animal Die-Offs, Cicadas Coming to U.S. this year, 13 Years After Last Visit

In spite of Animal Die-Offs, Cicadas Coming to U.S. this year, 13 Years After Last Visit

It appears that the noisy and crunchy-under-foot cicadas are coming to the U.S. this year in spite of all the other unexplained animal die-offs, continue reading »

From the Altar to the TV Set: Father Alberto Cutie to Host Daily Talk Show on Fox

From the Altar to the TV Set: Father Alberto Cutie to Host Daily Talk Show on Fox

Father Alberto Cutie, a bestselling author of self-help books and radio talk show host as well as a former Roman Catholic priest, will host his own TV variety show. continue reading »

NALEO Reacts to State of the Union Address

NALEO Reacts to State of the Union Address

The National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO) issued the following statement following tonight's State of the Union address by President Barack Obama: continue reading »