Immigration Reform 2014 News: Obama Ruling on Deportations Might Carry Political Risks

Last March, the President of the United States, Barack Obama, announced that he would revise the deportation policies of the county, and the announcement caused discomfort among the more conservative Republicans which oppose the approval of immigration reform, but, it might also serve as a precedent for Democrats to capitalize again on the Latino vote, facing the 2016 presidential elections.
Driving Licenses

Immigrants in the U.S. News: Issuing of Driving Licenses to Undocumented Immigrants Will Continue in California

On Wednesday, Federal authorities rejected the design proposed by California for driving licenses which will be given to undocumented immigrants in the U.S., under the argument that they were not sufficiently distinguishable from the normal ones, which could lead to security problems.
Carlos Santana

2014 Brazil World Cup: FIFA Releases the Official Anthem of the 2014 Brazil World Cup with Carlos Santana [Video]

The 2014 Brazil World Cup is getting closer, the international tournament which will be seen by millions of people around the world, and to make the wait a little shorter, the organizers of the World Cup released on Wednesday the official anthem of the 2014 FIFA World Cup, interpreted by Carlos Santana with Wyclef, Avicci and Alexandre Pires.

Latest News: 6.6 Degree Earthquake Shakes Mexico City [Video]

A strong earthquake of a 6.6 magnitude in the Richter scale shook Mexico City on Thursday, without there being reports of victims or considerable damage.
Border Patrol

Border Patrol Ignores Abuse Reports Made Against Their Agents: Study

Most of the complaints that immigrants and American citizens present against the United States Border Patrol are not given any attention and haven't caused any sort of disciplinary action, revealed a report released on Tuesday.

Immigrants in the U.S. News: Anti-Immigrant Law in Nebraska Might be Emulated in Other States

On Monday, May 5, a controversial ruling of the United States Supreme Court in which it refused to revise the legal case against the city of Fremont, Nebraska, made it illegal to rent houses to undocumented immigrants, but specialists have said that this decision would allow other cities inside the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals to apply similar regulations.

Border Patrol Arrests 61 Immigrants in a Safe House in Texas

A group of 61 undocumented immigrants who were crammed into a safe house in the city of Mission, Texas, close to the border with Reynosa, Tamaulipas, were arrested by Border Patrol agents, local media reported.
Eva Longoria

Elections Latino Vote 2016 News: Eva Longoria Launches LVP Initiative to Promote Latino Candidates in the U.S.

On Monday, American actress of Mexican origins Eva Longoria launched an initiative with the purpose of promoting Hispanic candidates for the upcoming legislative elections in Novemeber.

Three Turkish TV Networks Fined for Broadcasting Shakira and Rihanna's Video

Three private TV networks in Turkey were fined by the country's Audiovisual Council, after they broadcasted the video "Can't Remember to Forget You" by Shakira and Rihanna, under the argument that the video "promotes homosexuality".
Police Tape

Number of Hispanics Murdered in the U.S. Doubles that of the White Population: Study

The number of Latino victims of homicide is double that of Caucasians, and most of these murders are related to firearms, a study published on Thursday revealed.
Victoria Bermúdez

Six-Year-Old Hispanic Girl Survives three Heart Attacks and two Months of Intensive Therapy in Miami: Report

A 6 year old Hispanic girl will check out from the Miami Jackson Memorial Hospital this week, after surviving three heart attacks and being connected to an artificial respirator for two months.

Immigration Reform 2014: Colorado Police Will Not Detain Undocumented Immigrants for Minor Infractions

The requests of federal authorities to detain undocumented immigrants will be ignored by various Colorado chiefs of police, state authorities announced.

Immigrants in the U.S. News: Benefits Granted for University Scholarships for Undocumented Immigrants in Virginia

The state of Virginia approved on Tuesday a measure that allows thousands of young immigrants to enroll in state universities and obtain benefits on the rates of scholarships similar to the rest of students in the state, local media reported.
Gael García

Mexican Filmmaker Gael García Among the Jury for Cannes 2014

Mexican actor and director Gael García Bernal is a part of the jury for the 2014 Cannes International Film Festival, which will be presided by New Zealander Jane Campion and will have a female majority for the first time since 2009.
Tanya Ruiz

Three-Year-Old Hispanic Girl Who Was Kidnapped in Fresno Found: Report

A 3-year-old girl who was kidnapped last Sunday in Huron, a small community in Fresno County, was found on Monday and has been returned to her family, authorities reported.

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