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Owners of Guiness and Johnnie Walker Want to Buy Jose Cuervo Tequila

Owners of Guiness and Johnnie Walker Want to Buy Jose Cuervo Tequila

The British spirits group, Diageo, is getting close to becoming the owners of the Jose Cuervo tequila brand according to some reports. The eponymous Mexican tequila brand has been privately held for 200-years by the Beckmann family. continue reading »

Univision Deportes- New Sports Channel Launches with Soccer Emphasis

Univision Deportes- New Sports Channel Launches with Soccer Emphasis

Univision on Saturday will launch a sports channel seeking to attend to the "insatiable appetite" of the Latino audience for soccer, the senior vice president for production at Univision Deportes, David Neal, told Efe. He said that the Univision audience has "been waiting to be taken care of," regarding their preference for the main soccer competitions around the world. continue reading »

May 6th - First Mexican Presidential Debate

May 6th - First Mexican Presidential Debate

The first debate among the four candidates seeking the presidency in Mexico's July 1 general elections will be held on May 6, organizers said Tuesday. continue reading »

Pablo Milanes arrives in Mexico to give concert at  Zacatecas Cultural Festival

Pablo Milanes arrives in Mexico to give concert at Zacatecas Cultural Festival

Cuban singer-songwriter Pablo Milanes arrived Tuesday in Mexico to give a concert that same evening at the Zacatecas Cultural Festival, diplomatic officials said. Milanes, 69, had to cancel a tour of Spain last month after being operated in Madrid. continue reading »

Jose Luis Orozco Ramos Using Songs to Educate and Enhance Latino Pride (VIDEO)

Jose Luis Orozco Ramos Using Songs to Educate and Enhance Latino Pride (VIDEO)

Jose Luis Orozco Ramos is a musician who is promoting bilingual education in the United States through popular songs and more than 1,000 school districts are using his method to help immigrant students. "More than ever it involves using the traditions that come from centuries of songs, games, lullabies, tongue-twisters, rhymes," Orozco told Efe. continue reading »

Mexico’s President Calderon Urges U.S. to Ban Assault Weapons

Mexico’s President Calderon Urges U.S. to Ban Assault Weapons

U.S. President Barack Obama, Mexico's Felipe Calderon and Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper on Monday concluded a summit that highlighted their commitment to greater cooperation on security and economic advancement in North America. continue reading »

Narco Leader Benjamin Arellano-Felix Sentenced to 25 Years & $100 Million Asset Forfeiture

Narco Leader Benjamin Arellano-Felix Sentenced to 25 Years & $100 Million Asset Forfeiture

DEA Administrator Michele M. Leonhart today announced that Benjamin Arellano-Felix, nearly 60, the former leader of the Tijuana Cartel/Arellano-Felix Organization (AFO) was sentenced to serve 25 years in federal prison. continue reading »

6.0 Aftershock Hits Guerrero and Oaxaca, Mexico Today

6.0 Aftershock Hits Guerrero and Oaxaca, Mexico Today

A magnitude-6.0 earthquake rocked an area between the southern Mexican states of Guerrero and Oaxaca on Monday, but no injuries have been reported, the Mexican Seismology Institute said. continue reading »

Largest Solar Farm in the World Coming to U.S.-Mexico Border

Largest Solar Farm in the World Coming to U.S.-Mexico Border

SolFocus, announced the launch of a landmark solar power plant in Baja California near Tecate, Mexico, with construction starting in late 2012 and being operational before the end of 2013. continue reading »

Mexican Government Divies Up $200 Million Seized from “El Chapo”

Mexican Government Divies Up $200 Million Seized from “El Chapo”

More than 15 million dollars, as well as a load of jewels and other valuables that supposedly belonged to the ‘Cártel de Sinaloa’ led by famous drug lord, Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán will be distributed amongst government offices. continue reading »

Mexico’s Ivonne Suffers Relapse - Hospitalized for Depression and Paranoia

Mexico’s Ivonne Suffers Relapse - Hospitalized for Depression and Paranoia

Ivonne, the famous Mexican singer and twin sister of Ivette, has been admitted into a treatment facility in Monterrey, Nuevo León, for depression and paranoia. continue reading »

Former President of Mexico, Miguel De La Madrid Dead at 77

Former President of Mexico, Miguel De La Madrid Dead at 77

Former President Miguel de la Madrid died early Sunday at a Mexico City hospital after a long battle with emphysema, Mexican President Felipe Calderon said. He was 77. continue reading »

Selena Quintanilla Family Talks Exclusively With Cristina 6C/7P April 1

Selena Quintanilla Family Talks Exclusively With Cristina 6C/7P April 1

The Quintanilla family talks exclusively with Cristina on the new project will continue the musical history of Selena. "Love with You", an album of duets with Selena's voice singing with big names in music today. continue reading »

Ciudad Juarez Mayor Says His City is Not the World’s Deadliest

Ciudad Juarez Mayor Says His City is Not the World’s Deadliest

The mayor of this Mexican border metropolis rejected a U.S. official's suggestion that Ciudad Juarez is the world's most dangerous large city. "We're not the world's most dangerous cit continue reading »

Mexican Family Accused of Human Sacrifices After 7 Year Old Disappears

Mexican Family Accused of Human Sacrifices After 7 Year Old Disappears

Eight members of a Mexican family were arrested in the northern state of Sonora on suspicion of committing ritual murders, authorities said. The spokesman for the state Attorney General's Office, Jose Larrinaga, continue reading »