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.

Texas Prepares the Execution of José Luis Villegas, Latino Accused of Triple Homicide in 2001

Texas is preparing the final details on the execution of José Luis Villegas on Wednesday, April 16, after a local court rejected his last appeal in which his defense said the accused suffered from mental handicaps.

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.
Megan Huntsman

Utah Woman Murders 7 Babies Update: Mother Confesses to Murdering Her Babies After Giving Birth at Home [Video]

Megan Huntsman, the Utah woman arrested after the police found the bodies of seven babies inside cardboard boxes at her old home confessed that she gave birth to all of them without medical assistance and then killed them, authorities reported on Wednesday.

Crash Between Two Firetrucks Leaves 15 Injured in Los Angeles

A crash between two firetrucks headed towards a fire in Los Angeles left at least 15 people injured, one of them seriously, local media reported.
Megan Huntsman

Woman Accused of Murdering Her Seven Babies and Hiding Them in Cardboard Boxes Arrested in Utah [Video]

A woman was arrested in Utah, after police officers found the bodies of seven babies in cardboard boxes in the garage of her old house.
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.
Sylvia Burwell

President Obama Appoints Sylvia Burwell as New Health Secretary For the Second Phase of 'Obamacare' [Video]

Barack Obama promoted the current budget director, Sylvia Matthews Burwell, to Secretary of Health on Friday, April 11, after Kathleen Sebelius' surprising resignation.
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.
UNM Hospital

Helicopter Crashes Against Hospital of the University of New Mexico [Video]

At least three people were injured on Wednesday when a helicopter crashed as it tried to take off from the roof of the University of New Mexico Hospital in Albuquerque, authorities reported.
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.
Washington Landslide

Washington Landslide Latest News: Death Toll Rises to 33

The number of people who lost their lives after a landslide on March 22 which buried a small rural community northeast of Seattle, in Washington, has risen to 33, local authorities reported.

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