Washington Landslide

Washington Landslide News Update: 4-Year-Old Boy Rescued from Washington Landslide [Video]

As hope fades of finding people alive six days after a landslide destroyed a rural community near Oso, a video shows the incredible moment in which a 4 year old boy who was rescued on Sunday has brought back some hope for the hundreds of people who want to reunite with their families.

U.S. Court Endorses Stricter Restrictions Against Abortion in Texas

The new restrictions against abortion in Texas were promoted last year by republican legislators and has been supported by a Federal Court, local media reported.
Chicago Train

Chicago Train Caught Derailing on Video; Watch It Here

The security cameras of the subway station of O'Hare International Airport caught the dramatic moment in which a train derailed on Monday and crashed against the terminal's escalators.

Woman Who Spent 32 Years in Prison for a Crime She Did Not Commit is Freed

A 74-year-old American woman who spent over three decades in prison after being accused of being an accomplice to a murder committed by her partner was finally freed on Tuesday, March 25, when it was confirmed that she had nothing to do with the crime she was accused of.
Rick Scott

Advisor of Florida's Governor Mocks Mexicans by Imitating Accent: Report

The alleged imitation of the accent of a Mexican person in a mocking manner made by a member of Florida's Governor, Rick Scott's campaign staff has caused great controversy in recent days, and members of his party have demanded him to ask for the firing of said advisor.
Zac Efron

Zac Efron Involved in Fight in Los Angeles: Actor is Punched in the Mouth

Actor Zac Efron was in a fight in a dangerous neighborhood in Los Angeles, and was punched in the mouth.

Immigration Reform News 2014: U.S. Immigration Service Sets Date to Receive H-1B Visas

The reception of requests for H-1B visas for the 2015 fiscal year will begin on April 1, announced the U.S. Immigration Service on Tuesday.

Spectacular Rescue of Worker During Fire in Houston [Video]

An impressive video filmed from a cellphone captured the moment in which a construction worker is rescued from a building on fire in Houston, Texas.
Immigration Reform 2014

Immigration Reform News 2014: Democrats Will Force Voting for Reform Through 'Discharge Petition' in House of Representatives

Democrats will resort to a measure that forces Republican legislators to call for a vote on a law project regarding immigration reform in the United States House of Representatives.
President Barack Obama

Immigration Reform News 2014: Barack Obama Blames Congress for High Number of Deportations During His Administration

The President of the United States, Barack Obama, blamed Congress on Monday for the high number of deportations during the past 5 years.
Kristen Tavares

23-Year-Old Mother Enters Coma After Dental Procedure in Hawaii

A 23-year-old woman has been in a state of coma since March 17, when she suffered a respiratory arrest during a routine visit to a Hawaii clinic she went to get her wisdom teeth taken out.
Chicago Train

Thirty-two Injured After Train Derailed in Chicago

At least 32 people were injured in the early morning of Monday in Chicago, when a train derailed and crashed against a platform at O'Hare international Airport, local media reported.
Paul Walker

Universal Hires Four Stunt Doubles to for Scenes Paul Walker Didn't Shoot in 'Fast & Furious 7'

After the unexpected death of actor Paul Walker last December, thousands of followers of the popular movie series "Fast and Furious" wondered what the future of the franchise would be without one of its most emblematic stars.
Jamie Foxx

Jamie Foxx and Andy García Inaugurate New Walk of Fame in Miami [Video]

The new Miami Walk of Fame was inaugurated last Friday, March 21 by actors Andy García and Jamie Fox, who besides presiding over the inauguration ceremony revealed two stars with their names on them on the tiles of the Bayside Marketplace in Miami.
Operation Hoodoo Voodoo

Thirteen Latinos Belonging to a Drug Trafficking Network Who Practiced Voodoo Rituals Arrested in Florida

Thirteen people of Hispanic origins were arrested due to their alleged connection with an illegal methamphetamine traffic network, after a months-long investigation which concluded with a police operation on Tuesday, March 18, reported Polk County, Florida authorities.

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