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  • OVER 100 ELECTED OFFICIALS URGE CONGRESS TO ALLOW BANKRUPTCY FOR PUERTO RICO!

    For some news outlets, Puerto Rico is being referred to as “The Greeks of the Caribbean,” or “America’s Little Greece” due to the country’s escalating financial crisis that’s hitting the Caribbean island and could have an impact on the United States as well. For over a decade now, Puerto Rico has been...

  • Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro Gunning for Guyana

      President Nicolas Maduro Maros of the Venezuelan United Socialist Party,  has divided his country’s people in...

  • American Diabetes Association Recognizes local Latina for great work

    American Diabetes Association Recognizes local Latina for great work Recognizing Staff “On A Mission” Congratulations, Helene Velazquez! As part of the American Diabetes Association’s 75th Anniversary celebration, it continues to put the spotlight on dedicated staff members whose work goes above and beyond to support our mission. Congratulations Helene Velazquez, Director, Mission...

  • El Chapo “the world’s most powerful drug lord” Escapes Again & Trump Says He’ll Kick his Ass!

    Mexico’s most notorious drug lord stepped into a shower and slipped into a tunnel to escape from a maximum-security prison, authorities vowed it wouldn’t be long before the Sinaloa cartel chief was behind bars again. And he reportedly has sent threatening tweets to Donald Trump. “Keep f–king around, and I’ll make you...

  • Rosie Perez Says Goodbye to the View

    Yesterday, July 7th, Bill Wolff, the executive producer of the 18-year-old talk show, “The View,” released a statement about co-host Rosie Perez‘s departure from the show at the end of this season on Aug. 6th. She is the eleventh panelist to leave the show or not have a contract renewed. According to Wolff,...

  • Geraldo Rivera Against Hip-Hop!

    Fox news pundit Geraldo Rivera was not a fan of Kendrick Lamar’s fiery performance at the BET Awards, which took place on Saturday, June 27th.  For the second time this year, Rivera reiterated that Hip-Hop was worse than racism. He cited images like a burning vandalized cop car in front of the...

  • Fireworks or a Potential Day of Terror This Fourth of July

    Former CIA Deputy Director Michael Morell warns Americans to be cautious for this upcoming Independence Day. Last...

  • Petition to Dump Trump on NBC

    Boycott Donald Trump online at change.org    As an immigrant and naturalized American citizen, I am filled with pride to call America my home. This is a great nation, which offer all liberty justice and the pursuit of happiness, and just like me (born here of not), there are 54 Million US...

  • Donald Trump Insults Mexicans & Latino Immigrants

    Donald Trump’s politics are divisive and hurtful, he would be a terrible president….but I don’t think we have anything to worry about. Who the hell would vote for him? America was built on immigrants and the immigrant spirit. A spirit of progress and a forward thinking mindset. It’s THE country where we...

  • Hispanic High School Students Receive over $300,000 in Scholarships

      THE RMHC®/HACER® Scholarship Program Celebrates its 28TH ANNIVERSARY Yankee stadium is not just a place of...

  • Dodger Rubio or Flip-Flopper Rubio: Marco Rubio blunders asked about Mixed answers on Iraq War

    As though history is repeating itself, Senator Marco Rubio of Florida, and one of the Republican candidates seeking the party’s nomination to contend for the Presidency in the upcoming election, found himself in the hot seat when posed a question in-regards to possibly being a “flip-flopper”. During an interview on Sunday on...

  • The Power of Education: Latino Student Graduates on the Rise in the Country

    In order to get far in life, education is substantial tool needed in helping you tear down some walls that may keep you back. And currently for Latinos in America, obtaining an education is on the rise and will surely help hundreds of Latinos living in the country tear down some walls...

  • Joke or Idiocracy? Latino BBQ Restaurant Owners messy Advertisement backfires

    Whether it really was a joke or simply bad marketing in an attempt to garner in publicity, the owner of the Colorado restaurant Rubbin’ Buttz BBQ & Country Cafe has decided to rescind the establishment’s White Appreciation Day drawing in a mass of criticism, anger, and outrage on restaurant’s Facebook page—as well...

  • Growing Acceptance: Cuba embraces Gay Community, and could soon legalize Gay Marriage

    This weekend marked a momentous moment in Cuba when during its gay pride parade more than 1,000 lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender Cubans marched through the streets of Havana to show an unity against discrimination. While not accepting of gays in the past, Cuba has been on a steady rise when it...

  • Latino Support: Latinos in Baltimore march for Freddie Gray & other lost Black Americans

    On April 12 in Baltimore, Maryland, Freddie Gray suffered terrible injuries to his spine and larynx after coming into contact with Baltimore Law Enforcement which led to his death on April 19. Since his death, the Black community has protest against the continued treatment of Black Americans when coming into contact with...

  • The Need for Protest: And Why Black Lives should Matter for Latinos too

    What has sadly become a trend in the United States, on a young man by the name of Freddie Gray—aged 25—has met an end similar to Michael Brown and Eric Garner when coming into contact with Law Enforcement and happening to be Black Americans. But why should Black Live Matters be an...

  • Three Urban-Based Organizations Get $50,000 Grants for New York City Youths

    The young people of Brooklyn, Queens and Manhattan are going to benefit greatly from the Mayor’s office of Media and Entertainment and the Theatrical Teamster 817 when three local youth groups each receive a $50,000 grant by the Theatrical Teamster. The announcement of the $50,000 grants that occurred during the Tribeca Family...

  • It Has Become A Standardized Fight Between Gov. Cuomo and New York Teacher Union

    If you were recently watching the most popular shows on television then you probably saw the New...

  • Condemning Progress with Cuba: Two Latino Politicians against Cuba’s terrorism list removal

    Last week, President Barack Obama announced that he would ask that Cuba be taken off of the United States Department’s list of state sponsors of terrorism in what can be another step to bettering the diplomatic relationship between the two countries. And while there are some who support it, well you won’t...

  • 50 Years of Cold Shouldering to End: U.S. & Cuba work on mending Diplomatic Relationship

    It seems like last week’s the Summit of the Americas event proved useful since it mended 50 years of diplomatic recourse between the United States of America and Cuba. Since the event that brings together the leaders of several countries along the Americas together in a forum to discuss issues that is...

  • American Businesses Have An Eye On Cuba

    I don’t know if Nike is planning to set up stores in Cuba like it has in...

  • Comunilife and its Teen Suicide Programs now Available in Queens

    Dr. Rosa Gil the founder of Comunilife is without a doubt a champion of the community. Her organization Comunilife is a city wide nonprofit that helps the needy with various programs pertaining to health, wellbeing, shelter and mental health. One of their programs is a gem, known as; Life is Precious™ program...

  • Can he or Can’t he? Sen. Marco Rubio announces intention to run for President, but could he face hurdles

    The United States Senator Marco Rubio of Florida announced on Monday that he will be trying to snag the Republican Party’s nomination to become the 45th President of the United States of America in the 2016 Elections. And while he is the lesser of two…candidates…compared to Ted Cruz, Rubio stands to have...

  • The Positive Effect: How the 7th Summit could make U.S. look good in Latin America

    Starting today and tomorrow, President Barack Obama will join the heads of state of 34 governments across Central America, South America, and the Caribbean in Panama City for the 7th Summits of the Americas. The summit is a panel where leaders come together in order to engage in an open discussion in-relation...

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