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    Latino Population Rising in the South

    America is becoming more Latino these days, but no area is getting more of the Latino settlers than the good ole South.   According to data released last week by the Pew Hispanic Trends Project, Alabama was at the very top of the list out of a listing of 10 States with...

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    Kim Kardashian look-alike leads a cartel killing squad

    When you look at Claudia Ochoa Felix you may think ‘wow, she kinda looks like the Latina version of Kim Kardashian’ and you wouldn’t be alone in that thought. However, when you look at Ochoa Fox would you ever think that she could be the leader of an elite murdering squad used...

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    New York’s Mom & Pop Businesses are Being Replaced by BIG Corporations

    Hey! Want to grab a bite to eat at the original 2nd Avenue Deli in the East Village? How about we grab some lunch at Manatus restaurant on Bleecker Street? Then maybe grab something from Ralph’s Discount City up in TriBeca? And why not stop by the great home of punk rock...

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    The Day After New York Primary: Clinton & Trump Victorious!

    So it looks like New York has a lot of faith in both Senator Hilary Clinton and Donald Trump who were victorious in the New York Primary. After yesterday’s primary, exit polls are showing that both Clinton & Trump have attained a significant push forward in obtaining their party’s nomination to duke...

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    Voto Latino launches voter app directed at Latinos

    In an effort to prevent a bigot from obtaining this country’s 45th presidency, a Latino organization devoted to educating and encouraging Latinos to become agents of change in the country have created an innovated app to hopefully aid in that endeavor. Recently, at SXSW a Latino organization announced an innovative way of...

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    Jessica Alba joins cast of NBC’s The Celebrity Apprentice!

    Jessica Alba has just been revealed to be a part of the upcoming season of NBC’s The...

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    Miss Colombia Ariadna Gutierrez unable to let go of being Miss Universe

    Miss Columbia Ariadna Gutierrez is not letting go of her brief moment as crowned winner of Miss Universe 2015. Just days after host Steve Harvey wrongly announced Miss Columbia Ariadna Gutierrez as the winner of Miss Universe 2015—who had the privilege of the title for two whole minutes. Taking to her Instagram,...

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    Eva Longoria to produce a new political drama series based on Latino Politicians!

    Eva Longoria’s list as both a Producer and a Political Enthusiast is continuing to grow as the Latina star will soon be producing a political drama based on the lives of well-known Latino politicians. Produced through her UnbeliEVAble Entertainment production company, along with Conde Nast Entertainment, Longoria will be producing an untitled...

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    Romeo Santos, Jennifer Lopez & more Latinos star in HBO’s “The Latin Explosion: A New America!”

    Jennifer Lopez, Eva Longoria, Ricky Martin, Sofia Vergara, George Lopez are just a few of the Latino superstars who will appear in a new HBO documentary aimed specifically at spotlighting just how Latinos impact the United States of America. In a recently released trailer, “The Latin Explosion: A New America,” is a...

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    Selena Gomez Diagnosed with Lupus

    Selena Gomez recently revealed in an interview that she was diagnosed with Lupus and therefore explains her sudden disappearance for part of 2013 & 2014 from the public eye. Back in 2013, Gomez, 23, suddenly halted her world tour and never publically gave an explanation why she was doing so. Rumors soon...

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    Christina Aguilera travels to her Father’s native country Ecuador for the first time

    Christina Aguilera has mentioned in past interviews that she has no real relationship with her father, but...

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    William Levy joins cast of ‘Resident Evil: The Final Chapter’

    William Levy, the October 2014 cover of LatinTRENDS, joins the cast of the final film installment of Resident Evil: The Final Chapter. Joining Milla Jovovich, Ali Larter, and Iain Glen, the Cuban-American actor made the announcement regarding his latest role via his Instagram by posting an image created by his fans. Along...

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    Don Francisco & Sábado Gigante Say Goodbye to Television

    Don Francisco took his final bow last Saturday after 53 years of being on television. The renowned host of Sábado Gigante was a platform that promoted many of Latino superstars today. Popular in both U.S. and Latin American households the show held the highest record for being the longest running variety show...

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    Tom Cruise’s latest film suffers aircraft crash tragedy

    Tom Cruise’s upcoming film Mena is off to a tragic start after two members of the film’s crew lost their lives, with a third sustaining serious injuries, after their plane crashed in the Colombian Andes located in Colombia on Friday. According to The Associated Press, film crew members who lost their lives...

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    Jennifer Lopez plays a Lip Syncing Cougar on Instagram

    Jennifer Lopez and rumored love interest Casper Smart recently appeared together to post a video on Instagram honoring a particular couple from a certain wedding. No, Lopez wasn’t announcing her wedding however she and Smart posted a Dubsmash video to her Instagram depicting a particular scene from 2005’s hit movie “Wedding Crashers”...

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    Rosie Perez talks about her days on The View

    Rosie Perez calls her time on the The View as being “crazy” and while she may no longer being taking a little time and enjoying The View from the table she is hopeful about her return in the future. During Monday night’s opening night of the 2015 US Open, Perez, 50, gave...

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    Trumping the Trump: George Lopez leads Latino in a chant against Donald Trump

    George Lopez is not holding back when it comes to publically ripping Donald Trump for comments he has made in-regards to Mexicans and Latinos at large.. During a recent show of his, the Mexican-American comedian went before an Arizona audience on Saturday night and led the crowd within the Phoenix Celebrity Theatre...

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    Not Such A Blind Spot: Comedian Amy Schumer addresses Racist comment

    Comedian Amy Schumer is currently on an upstream of Hollywood recognition. From a highly successful comedy sketch show on Comedy Central, to hosting last summer’s MTV Movie Awards, being named one of TIME magazine’s 100 most influential people this year, and currently starring in Trainwreck—a movie in-which she also wrote, Schumer is...

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    Miles Morales, a Latino & Black superhero, becomes the official Spider-Man of Marvel Comics!

    Yesterday, Marvel announced that Miles Morales, the half-Latino & half-Black superhero will be taking up the mantle of Spider-Man along with Peter Parker, who already dons the mask as Spider-Man, within the main Earth-616 universe of Marvel Comics. Back in 2011, Morales made his debut within the “Ultimate,” universe of the comic...

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    Hips & Body Don’t Lie: Shakira’s Goes to Instagram to post Post-Baby Pics!

      Shakira’s hips may not lie, but her body is scandalous! Just four months after giving birth to her second son with Gerard Piqué, Spanish soccer star and centre back for FC Barcelona and the Spanish national team, the 38-year-old Colombian took to her Instagram at “@shakira” and shared three photos of her post-pregnancy...

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    Oh Iggy, Iggy: Aussie Rapper’s Racist & Homophobic Tweets come back to Haunt her

    Iggy Azalea continues travel upon the get-no-love train as her past tweets on the social media platform, Twitter continue to come from her past to haunt her. Before the “Fancy” star from Australia hit it big her she was, and still is to an extent, a heavy twitter user. However, the 25-year-old...

  • News & Politics
    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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    Getting Insured: Latinos are the highest group to get insured under the Affordable Care Act

    In a new report released by the United States Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) there are an estimated 16.4 million Americans who now have health insurance thanks to the implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). And according to the report, Latinos are considered to be the highest within the...

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    Immigration Reform on Halt: Judge Blocks President Obama’s Executive Order on Immigration

    Three months ago, President Barack Obama announced his executive order regarding immigration reform in this country and while it appeared as a victory for millions of immigrants—who were also worried it wouldn’t go through—it seemed that the plans proposed by the president would eventually go through. Going so far as to tell...

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