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Female Journalists Facing Greater Danger in Mexico

Female Journalists Facing Greater Danger in Mexico

Female journalists are increasingly becoming victims of violence associated with organized crime and corruption in Mexico, where more than 75 media workers have been killed since 2000. continue reading »

Mana Gets Panties Thrown at Them? Or Tapatio?

Mana Gets Panties Thrown at Them? Or Tapatio?

Maná, the popular rock band that originates from Mexico, were in Los Angeles to see the Coldplay concert when they were caught by a TMZ reporter who asked a racist question. continue reading »

Singer Juan Gabriel’s Reported Grandson Dies in El Paso County Jail

Singer Juan Gabriel’s Reported Grandson Dies in El Paso County Jail

The reported grandson of Mexican singer Juan Gabriel is dead after being booked into the El Paso County Jail. Detectives with Sheriff Richard Weiss’ office say preliminary reports indicate 23-year-old Hector Alberto Ag continue reading »

Demián Bichir Joins “Machete Kills” Cast

Demián Bichir Joins “Machete Kills” Cast

The Mexican actor and Best Actor nominee, Demián Bichir, has been signed onto the cast for Robert Rodriguez’s new film “Machete Kills”, the sequel to the 2010 film “Machete”. continue reading »

Two Men Charged for Stashing 115 Undocumented Immigrants in Texas

Two Men Charged for Stashing 115 Undocumented Immigrants in Texas

A cluster of three stash houses containing 115 undocumented immigrants was uncovered in Edinberg, Texas and two men were charged with conspiracy of harboring them. continue reading »

Unique Los Angeles Healthcare Program Provides for Undocumented Restaurant Workers

Unique Los Angeles Healthcare Program Provides for Undocumented Restaurant Workers

In a unique cooperative effort by a restaurant workers’ group and a Los Angeles community clinic, healthcare coverage now includes illegal LA workers. continue reading »

Wilmer Valderrama tells William Levy Looks Aren’t Enough

Wilmer Valderrama tells William Levy Looks Aren’t Enough

Wilmer Valderrama tells William Levy that looks aren’t enough to triumph in the Hollywood scene. continue reading »

Mexico-Born Walmart Employee Calls for Resignation of Two Top Execs

Mexico-Born Walmart Employee Calls for Resignation of Two Top Execs

A Mexican-born employee of Wal-Mart in the United States is leading a petition drive to force the resignations of two top executives of the retail giant, which is accused of bribing authorities in her homeland. continue reading »

Mexican former President Vicente Fox says War on Drugs “Useless”

Mexican former President Vicente Fox says War on Drugs “Useless”

Mexican former President Vicente Fox said his successor's military crackdown on drug cartels is a "useless war" and recommended exploring other avenues, including legalization. "Mexico must urgently get out of this trap we're in," Fox said here Wednesday in a meeting with foreign correspondents. continue reading »

Need to Send a Quick E-Mail? Just Clean Up Dog Doo and Check out ‘Poo WiFi’ (VIDEO)

Need to Send a Quick E-Mail? Just Clean Up Dog Doo and Check out ‘Poo WiFi’ (VIDEO)

A Mexican internet portal has come up with a way to turn Mexico City’s dog poop problem into a positive for those needing short-term internet access. continue reading »

Is the Wolf Pack Heading Down Tijuana to Film “The Hangover 3”

Is the Wolf Pack Heading Down Tijuana to Film “The Hangover 3”

Rumor has it that Mexico will be the scene for the third and possibly final film in the Hangover franchise. First “the Wolf Pack” headed to Las Vegas in The Hangover continue reading »

“50 Most Beautiful” Issue of PEOPLE en Español 2012

“50 Most Beautiful” Issue of PEOPLE en Español 2012

This year’s new “50 Most Beautiful” issue of PEOPLE en Español, highlights some of today’s most popular names in Hispanic entertainment. continue reading »

Immigrant-Rights Leader Nativo Lopez Resigns After 44 Years of Activism

Immigrant-Rights Leader Nativo Lopez Resigns After 44 Years of Activism

After 44 years of activism Nativo Lopez, the controversial immigrant-rights leader, stated that he will resign from the public life. continue reading »

Families of Border Patrol Victims Seek Justice

Families of Border Patrol Victims Seek Justice

The family of immigrant Anastacio Hernandez, who died at the hands of the Border Patrol, will take part in a march in San Diego to ask for justice. continue reading »

1st Quarter Remittances to Mexico Rise by 5.3% to $5.37 Billion

1st Quarter Remittances to Mexico Rise by 5.3% to $5.37 Billion

Remittances from Mexicans living abroad climbed 5.3 percent in the first quarter compared with the same period in 2011, Mexico's central bank said Wednesday. continue reading »