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Feliz Cumpleaños to our Beloved Dora the Explorer

Feliz Cumpleaños to our Beloved Dora the Explorer

Our little niña, Dora the Explorer, is turning 10 and the famed, fabled and regular folk are celebrating her last decade on the American television landscape. The show debuted on Nickelodeon in 2000 introducing us to this good-hearted, curious 7-year as she travels going on adventures with her countless best friends and continue reading »

Poll Reveals Obstacles Hispanics Face to Obtain a College Education

Poll Reveals Obstacles Hispanics Face to Obtain a College Education

The AP/Univision Poll reveals the discrepancy between Hispanic’s aspirations to a Higher Education and their actual attainment. Eighty-seven percent said a college education is extremely important compared to the overall U.S. population. continue reading »

My Deputies will Arrest Them and Put Them in Pink Underwear - Joe Arpaio

My Deputies will Arrest Them and Put Them in Pink Underwear - Joe Arpaio

Demonstrators carried through on their promise of a nonviolent rally today despite the fact that yesterday much of the proposed Arizona bill was blocked. Hundreds of protesters met at the state capital in Phoenix at dawn, then marched down to the continue reading »

Multan a Gobernador Electo Mexicano por Invocar a Dios en Mitin Electoral

Por haber expresado en un mitin político "Ganaré con el apoyo de la voluntad popular y la de Dios", el gobernador electo del norteño estado de Sinaloa, Mario López Valdez, fue sancionado hoy a pagar una multa de 2.000 dólares por el máximo tribunal electoral de México. continue reading »

Carlos Buys New York CASITA for $44 Million

Carlos Buys New York CASITA for $44 Million

The world’s richest man Carlos Slim has just bought the Duke-Semans mansion across the street from the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Carlos was the winner during a bidding war with a Russian buyer whose starting bid was $37 million. The deal was closed at $44 million cash. continue reading »

Argentina Increases Pensions Equal to 1.35% of GDP

Argentina Increases Pensions Equal to 1.35% of GDP

Argentina’s President Cristina Fernandez announced during a nationally broadcast speech on Wednesday a 16.9 percent increase in pension payments and a 22 percent increase in child subsidies to low-income families. continue reading »

“Emergencia Social” en los Municipios Colombianos Fronterizos con Venezuela

“Emergencia Social” en los Municipios Colombianos Fronterizos con Venezuela

Bogotá, 28 de julio. El gobierno colombiano declaró emergencia social en los 37 municipios ubicados en la frontera con Venezuela para encarar la crisis económica que afecta esa zona, tras la ruptura de relaciones diplomáticas hace una semana por parte del presidente venezolano, Hugo Chávez. continue reading »

SB 1070 Ruling Giving Pause to Other States

SB 1070 Ruling Giving Pause to Other States

For the lawmakers or candidates in the 18 states outside of Arizona considering similar legislation to SB 1070, yesterdays ruling will give significant pause. The core of Judge Susan Bolton ruling is that that the government has a strong argument that federal immigration law trumps state law. This continue reading »

Priest Stabbed to Death in Oaxaca Mexico

Priest Stabbed to Death in Oaxaca Mexico

Rev. Carlos Salvador Wotto (80) , a Roman Catholic priest was stabbed to death in his church in the city of Oaxaca in southern Mexico. Rev Wotto had been a parish priest at Nuestra Senora de las Nieves ( Our Lady of the Snow) for the past eight years. The priest was found in his church office on Wednesday night , stabbed with continue reading »

Mexican Journalists Remain Missing

Four northern Mexican journalists, that include several television reporters, a camera man and a newspaper columnist, covering the ongoing problems in a Durango prison remain missing this morning since being kidnapped on Monday. continue reading »

GUATEMALA MORNING HEADLINES

Morning headline news throughout Guatemala continue reading »

Ecuador’s Galapagos Island Off Endangered List

Ecuador’s Galapagos Island Off Endangered List

The Galapagos Island’s, home to giant tortoises, penguins, tropicbirds and Darwin’s inspiration for the theory of evolution has been deemed environmentally sound by the United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). continue reading »

El Gobierno de México reconoce la decisión de suspender provisionalmente secciones de la Ley SB 10

El Consulado General de México en Chicago informa que el Gobierno de México, se pronunció hoy, a través de la Secretaría de Relaciones Exteriores (SRE), reconociendo la decisión de la Corte Federal de Distrito en Arizona de suspender provisionalmente secciones de la ley SB 1070. A continuación se transcribe íntegramente el comunicado de la Secretaría de Relaciones Exteriores: continue reading »

Adios, Toro! Toro! as Catalonia Bans Bullfighting

Adios, Toro! Toro! as Catalonia Bans Bullfighting

The Parliament of Catalonia voted Wednesday to ban bullfighting on the premise of animal cruelty, making it the first outlawing of the emblematic Spanish tradition. The 135-seat Parliamentary decision came after months of debate between animal rights activists and supporters of bullfighting. continue reading »