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Kournikova’s Diamond Studded Wedding Band - Is Enrique off the Market Officially?

Kournikova’s Diamond Studded Wedding Band - Is Enrique off the Market Officially?

Paparazzi that photographed Enrique Iglesias and Anna Kournikova coming out of Mateo's, a restaurant in Beverly Hills, reported seeing a new diamond studded band under the engagement ring that the tennis bombshell has been wearing since the beginning of the year. continue reading »

Cyber Monday Crack Down on Foreign Counterfeiters by Immigration and Customs Officials

Cyber Monday Crack Down on Foreign Counterfeiters by Immigration and Customs Officials

Seizure orders have been executed against 82 domain names of commercial websites engaged in the illegal sale and distribution of counterfeit goods and copyrighted works as part of an ongoing investigation by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). continue reading »

Homeland Secretary Napolitano Visits Panama

Homeland Secretary Napolitano Visits Panama

Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Janet Napolitano today visited Panama City to meet with her international counterparts and reiterate the Obama administration's strong commitmen continue reading »

Mexican Marquez Wins Lightweight World Title  - Ready to Take On Pacquiao

Mexican Marquez Wins Lightweight World Title - Ready to Take On Pacquiao

Yesterday Mexican boxer Manual Marquez defeated Australian Michael Katsidis to retain his lightweight world title and is already looking forward to his next fight. continue reading »

Peruvians are Bummers – That’s Why they Don’t Like Me Says their President

Peruvians are Bummers – That’s Why they Don’t Like Me Says their President

Peru’s President Alan Garcia has come up with an ingenious way to explain his rock bottom approval rating – his people are mopey, depressed and bummers. continue reading »

Teacher Suspended and Fined $15,000 for using 4 letter word - C* ñ o

A teacher in Manhattan is suing the city of New York after he was suspended and fined $15.000 for allegedly using the word “coño” in his classroom. The word has been deemed inappropriate in the classroom and New York authorities have accused Carlos Garcia of misconduct. Garcia’s attorney says Garcia did not use the word. The city attorney however, agrees with the hearing judges decision to both suspend and fine Garcia. continue reading »

Dominican Republic Sends 1500 Force to Haiti Border to Protect from Cholera

Dominican Republic Sends 1500 Force to Haiti Border to Protect from Cholera

The Dominican Republic has decided to deploy significant military resources to its border with Haiti. "With cholera we can not play, or ignore the risks despite all measures of continue reading »

One in Eight Mexican Professionals Seek Employment Outside of Country

The Mexican Public Education Secretariat announced that one out of every eight professional leaves the country migrating mostly to the U.S. in search of better professional opportunities. continue reading »

Starbuck’s Comes to Central America - Is that a Good or Bad Thing?

Starbuck’s Comes to Central America - Is that a Good or Bad Thing?

How will Starbuck’s coffee do in the very region it gets its ‘coffee’ from? That is a question that will soon be answered as Starbuck’s opened it door to its first Central American store this month. continue reading »

Many in Latino and Black Community Avoid Getting Flu Shot Imperiling their Health

Many in Latino and Black Community Avoid Getting Flu Shot Imperiling their Health

It’s flu season and as millions of American’s get their flu shots there is a segment of the population that is not – minority communities. U.S. health officials say that the black and Latino communities have a 45 to 50 percent rate of immunization compared to 70 percent for the general population. continue reading »

New Rules for Spanish Language Set to be Ratified Today Effecting 450 Million People

New Rules for Spanish Language Set to be Ratified Today Effecting 450 Million People

The Royal Spanish Academy is meeting in Guadalajara, Mexico today and plans to enact new rules for the second-most spoken tongue in the world, something it has been doing since 1713. continue reading »

Mexico City Mayor to Spearhead International Campaign to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Mexico City Mayor to Spearhead International Campaign to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions

The United Nations body that coordinates global disaster reduction efforts named the mayor of Mexico City, Marcelo Ebrard, as champion of a UN initiative aimed at enhancing cities' disaster preparedness. continue reading »

Latino Leaders Considering Idea of Tequila Party

Latino Leaders Considering Idea of Tequila Party

Latino leaders nationwide and in Nevada are quietly considering stepping back from the Democratic Party and forming an independent grass-roots political party. Similar to the Tea-Party (in model only) the idea is being considered out of frustration over the Party’s inaction on immigration reform. Latino leaders have called their proposal “ Tequila Party.” continue reading »

Hispanic Caucus Director Elbows President in a Friendly (???) Game of Hoops (VIDEO)

Hispanic Caucus Director Elbows President in a Friendly (???) Game of Hoops (VIDEO)

Yesterday no one knew who Rey Decerega was or maybe even who the Hispanic Caucus Institute is but thanks to 12 stitches the leader of the free world received, they do now. continue reading »

Numbers of Legal Immigrants Remain Constant at 12.5 M - Most from Mexico and Living in CA and NY

The Department of Homeland Security just released its statistics on the number of legal permanent residents (LPR) in the U.S. showing that 12.5 million legal permanent residents are here. continue reading »