2014 TVyNovelas Awards: Winners and All the Details of the Event in Mexico

The 2014 TVyNovelas Awards were broadcast on Sunday night from Mexico, through Univisión in the United States, a night filled with surprises and celebrities from Mexican television.
2014 Billboard Latin Music Awards

2014 Billboard Latin Music Awards: Winners, Best Dresses, All the Details You Want to Know

The night of Thursday saw the celebration of the 25th Billboard Latin Music Awards, with great celebrities of the music industry being acknowledged for their success in the US.
Elena Poniatowska

Mexican Writer Elena Poniatowska Receives the Cervantes Literary Prize from the King of Spain

Mexican journalist and writer Elena Poniatowska received the top prize to Hispanic letters from the hands of King Juan Carlos of Spain, in an act celebrated in the University of Alcalá de Henares, a community located 20 km from Madrid.
Immigration Reform 2014

Immigration Reform 2014: U.S. Government Evaluates Reducing the Number of Deportations

The U.S. government is studying the possibility of limiting the number of deportations (which in 2014 broke a historic record) of illegal immigrants without a serious criminal history, revealed American media on Tuesday, April 22.

Latino Students Pass the Number of Anglo Students in California Public Universities

The number of Latinos enrolled in the University of California has passed the number of Anglos for the first time, reported the California Public University System on Tuesday.
Gael García Bernal

Dolores Fonzi, Gael García Bernal's Girlfriend, Reveals She Smokes Marijuana In Front of Her Children

Argentinian actress Dolores Fonzi, girlfriend of Mexican actor Gael García Bernal, surprised many by speaking on her marijuana consumption habits.
Self-Defense Groups

Mexico Drug War News: Mexican Army Arrests 44 Templar Cartel Members After Firefight in Michoacán

At least 44 members of the criminal organization "The Knights Templar" were arrested by the Mexican Army on Monday, after a firefight between criminals and members of civil self-defense groups known as Autodefensas in the state of Michoacán.

Immigration Reform 2014: U.S. Supreme Court Will Not Listen to Arizona Appeal to Revive the SB 1070 Law

The U.S. Supreme Court reported that it will not listen to an appeal promoted by Arizona against a ruling which blocked the application of the controversial SB 1070 immigration law almost 4 years ago.
Hillary Clinton

Immigration Reform 2014: Hillary Clinton Assures She Is a 'Great Defender' of Immigration Reform in the U.S.

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said last week that she is a "great defender" of immigration reform, a measure which seeks to open a path to citizenship for almost 11 million immigrants.
Nuestra Belleza Latina 2014

Nuestra Belleza Latina 2014: With No Eliminations, the Six Beauties Suffer Harsh Criticism from Judges

Sunday night saw one of the most exciting sessions of the Nuestra Belleza Latina 2014 contest, with six participants waiting to be eliminated; however, the surprise was that at the end, no one was eliminated from the race to the crown.
El Chapo Guzmán

'El Chapo' Guzmán Capture Latest News: Mexican Authorities Would Deny Extradition of 'El Chapo' to the U.S.: Official

Mexican authorities are not contemplating extraditing Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán to the United States, a top official told Mexican media.
Grisel María Ramírez

Latina Who Attempted to Steal a Baby in Garden Grove Sentenced to 13 Years in Prison

A Latina who in 2012 impersonated a nurse and attempted to take a newborn baby from the Garden Grove Hospital Medical Center was sentenced on Tuesday to spend 13 years in prison, guilty of kidnapping and theft.

Immigration Reform 2014: Republicans Stop Lower Tuition Bill for Undocumented Students in Florida

A law proposal with the objective of having students, even undocumented ones, pay lower tuition in the state of Florida might be dismissed by the Senate.

U.S. Seeks to Boost Latino Students to Recover World Leadership in University Graduates: Report

The number of Latino students in U.S. universities has significantly risen in recent years, but the rate of graduates in in entities with large Latino populations is still low, according to a recent report.

Immigration Reform 2014: 40 Immigrants are Arrested in Texas After Operation: Report

U.S. Federal authorities revealed that 40 immigrants were arrested last week in a police operation that lasted three days in various Texas cities.

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