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Dropbox Guys And Latino Kids Argue Over A SF Mission District Soccer Field

Dropbox Guys And Latino Kids Argue Over A SF Mission District Soccer Field

Dropbox Guys And Latino Kids Argue Over A SF Mission District Soccer Field
Peanut Butter

Latinos in US Hate Peanut Butter, Pretzels & Pickles Says Study

Unlike Americans, Latinos are not fond of peanut butter, no matter how great it tastes with Jelly.
#LatinosBeLike: Latino soccer announcers celebrate forever

#LatinosBeLike: Latino soccer announcers celebrate forever

#LatinosBeLike: Latino soccer announcers celebrate forever
#LatinosBeLike: Purse on the floor is bad luck!

#LatinosBeLike: Purse on the floor is bad luck!

Purse on the floor is bad luck!
Immigrants

U.S. Immigrant Law, Processes News 2014: Texas Frees Hundreds of Immigrants due to Lack of Space in Detention Centers

The rise in the number of people illegally crossing the border between Mexico and the United States every day has caused immigration authorities in the United States to take unorthodox measures due to the lack of space in detention centers.
Shavon Carrillo

Las Vegas Hispanic Mother Tells Her Son 'I Love You' Before Shooting Him in the Head

The dramatic story of Shavon Carrillo, a mother who said "I love you" to her 11-year- old son before pulling the trigger of a .22 caliber rifle and shooting him in the head, has shocked residents and authorities in Las Vegas, who are trying to understand the motives that led the woman to shoot her own son.
Child Abuse

Mexican Grandmother Gags Child and Exhibits Him on Facebook

The picture of a small boy gagged with adhesive tape and whose hands and feet were tied has caused great indignation in Mexico, mainly among social network users, where the controversial picture was originally uploaded.
Xenophobia

Immigration Reform 2014: Republicans Block Immigration Initiative in California

Voting on a law project to modify the immigration law which would be discussed this week received a strong blow on Friday, when Republican leaders intervened to prevent the voting from taking place.
Jennifer López

Jennifer López Biography 2014: JLo Publishes Autobiographical Book 'True Love'

Jennifer López will release an autobiographical book on October, a project that began as a diary during her first tour and where she reveals the secrets of her failed marriages and one of the most decisive moments in her life.
Bullying

Latina Girl Loses Two Teeth After Being a Victim of Bullying in a Lincoln Heights School [Video]

The parents of an 8-year-old girl reported that she was the victim of school abuse from other students of the Gates Street Elementary School in Lincoln Heights, and that school authorities haven't done anything to clear up the incident.
Sebastián Rulli

Sebastián Rulli and Cecilia Galliano Lawsuit News 2014: Dispute Between Rulli and Galliano Over Luxury Truck Ends. Actor Celebrates Verdict on Twitter

The dispute between actor Sebastián Rulli and his ex-wife, host Cecilia Galliano, reached its end in Mexican courts.
Elvira Arellano

Immigrant Deportation News 2014: A Mexican Takes Refuge Inside a Tucson Church to Avoid Deportation [Video]

A Mexican immigrant who had illegally resided in the United States for over a decade has taken refuge inside a church in Tucson, Arizona, where he and his family attempt to resist a deportation order against him.
Univisión Mobile

T-Mobile and Univisión Join Forces to Provide Telephone Services to Latinos in the U.S.

Univisión, one of the most important Spanish-speaking media companies in the United States, has joined forces with T-Mobile to enter the mobile phone market.
Tea Party

Immigration Reform 2014: 'Tea Party' Leader Supports Immigration Reform in the U.S.

New voices, not precisely democratic, have joined in favor of an awaited immigration reform which is still stuck in the House of Representatives in the United States.
Los Zetas

Drug Trafficking News: Mexico Confirms the Death of 'Z-9' Founder of Los Zetas [Video]

Galindo Mellado Cruz, bettern known as "Z-9" or "El Mellado", one of the founding members of the drug cartel "Los Zetas", one of Mexico's most violent criminal organizations, was brought down by units of the Mexican Army in the state of Tamaulipas, the Mexican government reported on Monday.

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