Jorge Calvillo
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.
Juan Gabriel

Juan Gabriel News: Singer's Son Was Arrested for Driving Under the Influence and Might go to Jail in Florida

The son of Mexican singer Juan Gabriel, Joan Gabriel Aguilera, was arrested by authorities of the state of Florida after causing a serious accident by driving under the influence of alcohol in December, 2013.
William Levy

William Levy Movies and News 2014: Will the Cuban Actor Star in Musical 'Qué Rico Mambo'?

The producers of the musical play "Qué rico mambo" expressed their interest to hire the Cuban actor, who would have to fulfill a series of previous work projects before accepting the role.
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.
El Señor de los Cielos

Telemundo Telenovelas 2014: Hispanic Network Introduces New President. Will Premiere Telenovelas with Aracely Arámbula, Kate del Castillo and Blanca Soto

The Hispanic television network in the United States, Telemundo, will have a new president, starting in August, and will have new programming with original content, seeking to catch a wider Latino audience in the country.
President Barack Obama

Immigration Reform 2014 News: President Obama Sees Way to Reach Agreement in Immigration Law

President Barack Obama said on Tuesday that he sees a small window of opportunity to approve immigration reform, stuck in the House of Representatives, before entering the electoral period in Washington in November.
Ninel Conde

Ninel Conde Pregnancy News: 'Ninel Conde Is Not Pregnant' Assures Mexican Singer

The controversial pregnancy of Ninel Conde continues to give the media something to talk about and now, Mexican singer Dulce assured that the also actress has lied about her pregnancy, which has been made up by her and her boyfriend Giovanni Medina as an strategy for a media campaign.
Santa María

Remains of the Santa María Caravel Found: Columbus' Ship Might Have Been Found off the Coast of Haiti [Video]

Christopher Columbus' flagship, capsized during his first voyage to America, the Santa María, might have been found on the beaches of northern Haiti, according to a team of marine explorers.

Health Risks of Cellphone Use: Excessive Use of Cellphones Can Cause Brain Tumors: Study

For many years there has been speculation on the possible risks of getting cancer due to the use of cellphones and mobile devices; however, no research had provided conclusive data on the matter, until now.
Malik Bendjelloul

Malik Bendjelloul Biography: Academy Award Winner for Documentary 'Searching for Sugar Man' Dies at 36

Filmmaker and Academy Award winner Malik Bendjelloul died at the age of 36 in Stockholm, reported the local police.

WhatsApp Now Allows Users to Make Voice Calls for Free on Android

As announced earlier this year, the popular instant messaging app WhatsApp has started to allow its users to make voice calls in its new beta version for Android.
Justin Bieber

Justin Bieber Scandals 2014: Bieber Is Accused of Attempted Robbery in Los Angeles

The police of the city of Los Angeles started an investigation against pop singer Justin Bieber over an alleged attempted robbery against a woman who had taken many pictures of him with her phone.

Cannes Film Festival 2014 News: Mexican Gael García Walks Down the Cannes Red Carpet as a Judge

For Mexican filmmaker Gael García, being a part of the jury of the 67th edition of the Cannes Festival is a serious game in which it will be decided which movie will be given the Palm d'Or from among 18 movies.
Peaches Geldof

Peaches Geldof Died of a Heroin Overdose: Ghost Hand Appears on Her Shoulder in Her Last Selfie [Picture]

The causes of the death of the second daughter of Aid band founder Bob Geldof, Peaches Geldof, were revealed by Kent authorities, in southern England, where in last April, the young 25-year-old woman was found dead, and her 11 month old baby was abandoned, next to her body.

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