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Romney Disingenuous to Support Chinese Activist but Not Latino Immigrants Seeking a Better Life

Romney Disingenuous to Support Chinese Activist but Not Latino Immigrants Seeking a Better Life

Mitt Romney has come out calling the US policy on Chen Guangcheng, a political dissidence, a “dark day for freedom” and “a day of shame for the Obama administration.” With such bold quotes on immigrant’s rights, you would think that he would support humane immigration laws at in the US, however, he remains entrenched in his no amnesty, self-deportation position. continue reading »

Kelly Ripa: Mark Consuelos won’t be the permanent co-host of ‘LIVE! With Kelly’

Kelly Ripa: Mark Consuelos won’t be the permanent co-host of ‘LIVE! With Kelly’

It's been said that one should never mix business with pleasure and that is why you won’t see Mark Consuelos permanently in the co-host chair on LIVE! With Kelly. continue reading »

Cardinal Timothy Dolan Weighs in on Immigration Reform and Contraception

Cardinal Timothy Dolan Weighs in on Immigration Reform and Contraception

Cardinal Timothy Dolan weighed in on immigration reform, contraception and the Catholic Church today in an exclusive interview on MSNBC’s “Jansing & Co.” continue reading »

Who Speaks Spanish Best? by Raul Guerrero

Who Speaks Spanish Best? by Raul Guerrero

Are Spain, Latin America and Hispanic US, paraphrasing Oscar Wilde, worlds separated by the same language? Argentinos and uruguayos pronounce ll, y and g as English speakers do the sh in she, and some bolivianos and ecuatorianos pronounce the ll as the l in Leonor, while other Spanish-speakers do as the y in yo-yo. continue reading »

Shakira And Ronaldo Top 2012 Latino Social Media Ranking

Shakira And Ronaldo Top 2012 Latino Social Media Ranking

@Plus_Three, the leading online marketing firm for Hispanic causes and organizations, today released its 2012 Latino Social Media Ranking (#2012LatinoRanking) analysis. continue reading »

Ship Named After Prominent Civil Rights Activist Cesar Chavez to be Christened by US Navy

Ship Named After Prominent Civil Rights Activist Cesar Chavez to be Christened by US Navy

The Navy will christen and launch the dry cargo/ammunition ship the USNS Cesar Chavez, Saturday, May 5, 2012, during a 7:30 p.m. PDT ceremony at the General Dynamics NASSCO shipyard in San Diego. continue reading »

IKEA May Be Heading to San Juan, Puerto Rico

IKEA May Be Heading to San Juan, Puerto Rico

According to Caribbean Business, Spanish-language newspapers are reporting Swedish furnishing store IKEA is looking to open a store in Puerto Rico. Though the Swedish company previously considered a stor 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 »

Jennifer Lopez Busy with New Tour and Looming Lawsuit

Jennifer Lopez Busy with New Tour and Looming Lawsuit

Jennifer Lopez and Enrique Iglesias announced a 2012 North American tour together, while Lopez deals with a civil suit by her driver. continue reading »

Dayanara Torres Hospitalized for Severe Abdominal Pain

Dayanara Torres Hospitalized for Severe Abdominal Pain

The ex-wife of Marc Anthony, Dayanara Torres, was brought to the emergency room and later hospitalized in Los Angeles, California due to severe abdominal pains. continue reading »

Jose Ferrer Honored on 2012’s Forever Stamp

Jose Ferrer Honored on 2012’s Forever Stamp

Jose Ferrer (1912-1992) was honored today for his many talents as an actor, director, writer, musician, and producer by being chosen as the face for the 2012 First-Class Forever Stamp. continue reading »

‘Noticias OK” in Puerto Rico to Report Only Good, Happy News

‘Noticias OK” in Puerto Rico to Report Only Good, Happy News

A radio program in Puerto Rico will report only good news starting May 1 as a way to try and minimize violence on the streets of the Caribbean island. continue reading »

Five Puerto Rican High School Students Prepare for National Science Bowl

Five students from Notre Dame High School in the San Juan suburb of Caguas will travel to Washington this week to represent Puerto Rico in the National Science Bowl. continue reading »

In the Last Four Years 80,000 Migrants Kidnapped and Killed in Mexico

In the Last Four Years 80,000 Migrants Kidnapped and Killed in Mexico

"The country is currently experiencing the worst historical humanitarian crisis with regards to migration." With these words His Exc. Raúl Vera, Bishop of Saltillo, in the Forum entitled "Budget Law on Human Rights and Migration, Findings and Challenges " organized by the Mexican Senate. This meeting was attended by legislators, representatives of organizations that defend human rights, religious and social groups. continue reading »

Unnamed Single Mother Wins $8 Million Puerto Rico Lottery on her Birthday

Unnamed Single Mother Wins $8 Million Puerto Rico Lottery on her Birthday

A Puerto Rican woman raising two children on her own was the lucky winner of an $8-million prize in the $24-million Electronic Lottery drawing held in San Juan this week. continue reading »