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Pew Hispanic Center: The 10 Largest Hispanic Origin Groups: Characteristics, Rankings, Top Counties

Pew Hispanic Center: The 10 Largest Hispanic Origin Groups: Characteristics, Rankings, Top Counties

Among the 50.7 million Hispanics in the United States, nearly two-thirds (65%), or 33 million, self-identify as being of Mexican origin, according to tabulations of the 2010 American Community Survey (ACS) by the Pew Hispanic Center, a project of the Pew Research Center. No other Hispanic subgroup rivals the size of the Mexican-origin population. Puerto Ricans, the nation's second largest Hispanic origin group, make up just 9% of the total Hispanic population in the 50 states and the District of Columbia. continue reading »

Celebrate the 4th of July With This Supremo Nachos Recipe

Celebrate the 4th of July With This Supremo Nachos Recipe

The original version of this snack was invented in 1943 by Ignacio Anaya at the Victory club in Piedras Negras, in the state of Coahuila, Mexico. Since then the famous appetizer has come a long way. Whip up a platter of these ultimate nachos for your next party to make a lasting impression. continue reading »

Television Coverage of July 1 Mexican Presidential Election

Television Coverage of July 1 Mexican Presidential Election

Univision's coverage of Mexico's presidential election, includes live and special programming, "Mexico Decide 2012" (Mexico Decides 2012), in the lead and following the July 1 election. Univision's award-winning journalists Jorge Ramos and Maria Elena Salinas will broadcast all network news programming live from Mexico City. continue reading »

INOCENTE- Story of Undocumented Homeless 15-Year-Olds Fierce Determination- VIDEO

INOCENTE- Story of Undocumented Homeless 15-Year-Olds Fierce Determination- VIDEO

In San Diego, a young teenage girl’s eyes stare into a compact mirror. She paints a dramatic black swirl around her eye. She never knows what her day will bring, but she knows at least it will always begin with paint. INOCENTE is an intensely personal and vibrant coming of age documentary about a young artist’s fierce determination to never surrender to the bleakness of her surroundings. continue reading »

Texas Congressional Candidate Looks to Facilitate U.S.-Mexico Border Traffic

Texas Congressional Candidate Looks to Facilitate U.S.-Mexico Border Traffic

The Democratic candidate to represent El Paso, Texas border city in Congress, Beto O'Rourke, said that if he wins he will seek to create alliances to speed up border traffic between Mexico and the United States. continue reading »

Kidnapped Mayor Found Dead in Mexico

Kidnapped Mayor Found Dead in Mexico

A small town mayor kidnapped last weekend in the Mexican Gulf coast state of Veracruz was found dead Thursday, authorities said. continue reading »

Mexico Deports Daughter of Barrio Azteca Narco Leader Back to U.S.

Mexico Deports Daughter of Barrio Azteca Narco Leader Back to U.S.

April Cardoza, 24, of El Paso, Texas was recently arrested by the United States Marshals Service. Cardoza had been a fugitive since March, 2011, when a federal arrest warrant was issued for continue reading »

Tourists Flocking to Mexicali for Affordable Healthcare

Tourists Flocking to Mexicali for Affordable Healthcare

Instead of heading across the border in search of a night out, many tourists instead are trekking to Mexico for less expensive healthcare procedures. continue reading »

Mexico Looking into Claims of Airport Director’s Link to Drug Cartels

Mexico Looking into Claims of Airport Director’s Link to Drug Cartels

The Mexican government has asked the United States for information about the alleged links between the director of the Mexico City airport and drug traffickers, Attorney General Marisela Morales said. continue reading »

Dissatisfied by Brazil-Mexico Agreement, Argentina Suspends Auto-trade Accord

Dissatisfied by Brazil-Mexico Agreement, Argentina Suspends Auto-trade Accord

Argentina announced Tuesday a three-year suspension of the automotive portion of a 2002 economic accord with Mexico, citing the impact on the Argentine auto sector of a side agreement Mexico City signed in March with Brazil. continue reading »

Mexicans Living in the U.S. Find Absentee Voting Process Daunting

Mexicans Living in the U.S. Find Absentee Voting Process Daunting

The number of Mexicans living in the United States who will be able cast ballots in their homeland's July 1 presidential election has been sharply limited by a cumbersome registration process, community leaders here say. continue reading »

Human Rights Pleads For Mexico to Fully Investigate the Murder of Trans Youth

Human Rights Pleads For Mexico to Fully Investigate the Murder of Trans Youth

The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) condemns the murder of Octavio Hernández Villanueva, a trans youth who was 16 years old, in the city of Tepic, Nayarit, Mexico. continue reading »

33 Pound Tumor Removed from 2 Year Old in Mexico

33 Pound Tumor Removed from 2 Year Old in Mexico

In Mexico City, Doctors successfully removed a benign tumor weighing a shocking 33 pounds from a 2 year old Durango boy, Jesús Gabriel. The surgery took place on June 14th at La Raza Medical Center in Mexico City continue reading »

PRI Candidate Peña Nieto Still Leading Mexico’s Presidential Race

PRI Candidate Peña Nieto Still Leading Mexico’s Presidential Race

Institutional Revolutionary Party, or PRI, candidate Enrique Peña Nieto has reached the end of the campaign with a comfortable lead over his rivals in all the polls published in Mexico on Wednesday, the last day that poll results can be released before next weekend's presidential election. continue reading »

Mexico’s War on Drugs Looking For Greater International Cooperation

Mexico’s War on Drugs Looking For Greater International Cooperation

Mexico wants to expand international cooperation in the war on drugs to create "new strategies and lines of action," Mexican Deputy Attorney General for Judicial and International Affairs Alejandro Ramos told Efe. continue reading »