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Veteran ministry group calls attention to Latino vets’ deportation case

Lieutenant Colonel Jay Magee is the outpost leader for Point Man International Ministries of Colorado Springs.  The Christian group is run by and for veterans, … Read More

Venezuela VP visits Cuba, heads straight to Chavez’s hospital bed

HAVANA (AP) — Venezuela's vice president arrived in Havana on Saturday in a sudden and unexpected trip to visit President Hugo Chavez as he recovers from cancer … Read More

Sandy Hook victim Ana Márquez-Greene forever remembered on Facebook

It's been 14 days since 6-year-old Ana Grace Márquez-Greene was killed in the mass school shooting in Sandy Hook, Conn., but she's far from forgotten. In … Read More

The Latino vote, 47 percent and papayas: The most memorable political stories of 2012

The year dawned with the Republican primaries in full swing and a fierce general election campaign on the horizon. As the year comes to an end, we're taking a … Read More

The video stories that made us smile, laugh and cry in 2012

The year is coming to an end and 'tis the season to look back at the stories that defined 2012. These are the stories of inspiration, happiness, sadness, and … Read More

Telemundo Latin America news roundup – December 28, 2012

The latest Latin America news in 59 seconds. Venezuelan Parliament head Diasdados Cabello suggested yesterday President Hugo Chavez may not return to the … Read More

VP reads message from ailing Chavez to military

CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) — In a message read by his No. 2, President Hugo Chavez saluted Venezuela's military and acknowledged he was facing "complicated and … Read More

Venezuelans obsess: Will Chavez live or die?

CARACAS, Venezuela  — He's getting better. He's getting worse. He's already dead. The whole thing is a conspiracy and he was never sick in the first place. The … Read More

Los Angeles gun buyback collects more than 2,000 weapons

LOS ANGELES — A one-day gun buyback program in Los Angeles brought in 2,037 firearms. Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa’s office says the weapons collected … Read More

Son sues FARC in Florida after dad’s death in Colombia

MIAMI — The son of a former Colombian senator allegedly kidnapped and killed in 1999 is suing the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia and other rebel groups … Read More