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José Feliciano

Salsa Singer José Feliciano Dies at 78 in a Car Crash in Puerto Rico [Video]

José "Cheo" Feliciano, one of the biggest exponents of salsa and bolero music, died on Wednesday in Puerto Rico in a car crash, authorities confirmed on Thursday.
Vicentillo Zambada

'Vicentillo' Zambada Pleads Guilty to Drug Trafficking and Signs Cooperation Agreement with the DEA: Report

An Illinois Federal court revealed on Thursday the documents which prove that Jesús Vicente Zambada Niebla, aka "El Vicentillo", son of the alleged leader of the Sinaloa cartel, Ismael "El Mayo" Zamabada, plead guilty to drug trafficking and accepted to cooperate with U.S. authorities.
Jeb Bush

Immigration Reform 2014: Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush Defends Undocumented Immigration

Recent statements by Jeb Bush on the subject of immigration have caused the indignation of several conservative republicans, who think it unfavorable that the former Florida governor would pronounce himself in favor of immigration reform.
Ana Trujillo

Woman Who Murdered Boyfriend With Stilettos Trial: Latina Who Murdered Her Partner With Her Stilettos Testifies in Texas

Ana Trujillo, the Latina who murdered her partner by stabbing him with her stilettos 25 times, tries to convince a Houston jury that she was abused by men repeatedly in an attempt to avoid being sentenced to life in prison.
Chayanne

Chayanne Premieres New Single During Latino Billboard Awards Presentation

Singer Chayanne chose the stage of the Latino Music Billboard Awards to present his latest single, a part of his 24th studio album.
Robert García

Latino Candidate Leads the Primary Elections in Long Beach: Report

Robert García, the first Latino and the youngest person to occupy a position in the city council of Long Beach, California, is in the lead with 27.7% of votes in the primary elections for the city's mayor, according to the first results.
Doña Ana

Immigration Reform 2014: Protests Against Anti-Immigrant Measures Intensify

Hundreds of people protested on Tuesday, April 8 outside the sheriff's office in Doña Ana County, New Mexico, to protest what they consider to be an abuse in measures against immigrants.
Immigration Reform 2014

Immigration Reform 2014: Ohio Police Chief Defends Undocumented Immigrants

Without a doubt these are difficult times for undocumented immigrants living in the United States.
Nairobi Pinto

Venezuela News: Globovisión Journalist Nairobi Pinto Kidnapped for Political Reasons, Says Activist

Venezuelan journalist Nairobi Pinto is still missing and her kidnapping might be related to political interests, according to student leader Gaby Arellano.
Latina

Hispanic Teenagers Are the Group With the Most Teenage Pregnancies in the U.S.: Report

Despite that in recent years the number of teenage mothers between 15 and 17 years of age has been reduced in the U.S., a new report revealed that Latina teenagers are still the group with the biggest number of pregnancies.
Ninel Conde

Ninel Conde's Boyfriend, Giovanni Medina, Accuses Her of Aborting Her Pregnancy

A few weeks ago, rumors regarding Ninel Conde's alleged pregnancy were abundant.
Maite Perroni

La Gata Telenovela: First Promotional Video for Maite Perroni's New Telenovela is Released

The promotional video for Maite Perroni's upcoming telenovela was published this week by Televisa, showing the former RBD along with Daniel Arenas, who under the production of Nathalie Lartilleux will give life to "La Gata".
Trust Act

Immigration Reform 2014: California Reduces the Number of Deportations Thanks to the 'Trust Act'

The number of deportations in California has been drastically reduced at a time when the national number of deportations in the U.S. has reached a historical record, according to a recent poll.
President Barack Obama

Immigration Reform 2014: Obama Administration has Deportations Record, Official Figures Confirm

The record number of deportations that the Obama administration has reached in recent years has earned the President numerous criticisms, who was thought to be one of the main promoters of long awaited immigration reform, which is still stuck in the House of Representatives.
Demián Bichir

Demián Bichir is Named Ambassador of Immigrant Rights in the U.S.

Demián Bichir, one of the most successful Mexican actors in recent times, was named Ambassador for Immigrant Rights in the U.S. by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), local media reported.

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