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Across the country, school advertising seen to boost education budget – but at what cost?

In a trend that’s sweeping the country, public school districts are selling commercial advertising space on school property as a way to compensate for funds … Read More

In Arizona and Michigan, low Latino voter turnout expected

The states of Arizona and Michigan hold their Republican primaries today. But don’t expect much Latino participation today, say experts. “It’s a numbers … Read More

“Makers: Women Who Make America” launches today

Today, just in time for Women’s History Month, AOL and PBS launched a digital video and broadcast initiative celebrating women called “MAKERS: Women Who Make … Read More

Boston town searches for missing Latino student

A Boston College student’s disappearance has mobilized the town of Brighton and surrounding areas after he went missing last week. Franco Garcia, 21, was … Read More

Opinion: Arizona, Democrats’ stepchild?

In an increasingly purple West, Arizona sticks out like a sore red thumb. Across the region, the rapid growth of Hispanics and independent voters has opened … Read More

William Levy headed to “Dancing With the Stars”

From novelas, modeling and music videos to – Dancing With the Stars? Cuban heartthrob William Levy is making a big jump to one of the most popular reality … Read More

Uggie’s trainer talks filming “The Artist” and what’s next

Uggie is having a very good year. The 10-year-old Jack Russell Terrier nearly stole the show in “The Artist” — which won five Oscars last night. Colombian … Read More

The death of 10-year old after school fight ruled a homicide

Joanna Ramos would have turned 11 in two weeks. Instead, the Long Beach, California girl’s family is planning her funeral.  Los Angeles Country Coroner’s office … Read More

Maryland English-only law “sends a message”: But which one?

After a 4-1 vote, Frederick County commissioners in Maryland adopted English as its official language last week. Just like that, all government documents … Read More

Latinos sizzle at SOBE Wine & Food Fest

There was certainly food from around the world at the 2012 Food Network South Beach Wine & Food Festival in Miami, but no one can argue that a decidedly … Read More