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Telemundo Latin America news roundup — July 31, 2013

The latest Latin America news in under 59 seconds. Today, Honduras declared a state of emergency following an outbreak of dengue fever, which has killed 16 … Read More

Progressive -and conservative -groups announce plans for ‘immigration summer’

On different sides of the political aisle, Latinos promoting immigration reform announced their groups' intentions to keep the pressure on Congress, while … Read More

Carlos Vives wants you to drink up as new “got milk” campaign spokesman

Musician Carlos Vives is known for rocking out but for his latest gig, he’s going wholesome as the face of the latest “got milk?” Hispanic campaign. The … Read More

Gutierrez: ‘44,400 immigrants will be deported’ during Congressional recess

On Wednesday, Illinois Democratic Congressman Luis Gutierrez spoke on the House floor about immigrants in detention and facing deportation. "The American … Read More

Military ranks highest in public esteem – but veteran says they need more support

In a recent Pew Research study, which rated the public esteem of various professions, the military still tops the list of 10 occupational groups. More than … Read More

34 House members sign letter asking for Dream 9 release

Rep. Mike Honda has released a letter signed by 34 members of the House of Representatives to President Obama requesting he allow the DREAM 9 to re-enter the … Read More

“ÑÑÑÑOOOOOO!!!!” Remembering Cuban-American Comedian Guillermo Alvarez Guedes

Guillermo Ávarez Guedes, the stand-up comedian and author who made a popular Caribbean expletive (reduced to its second syllable, “ñó! ) his trademark, died on … Read More

With suspension looming, is this the end of A-Rod?

Alex Rodriguez was once the most promising talent in baseball, but reports are circulating this morning that he is one of nine players who will be suspended by … Read More

Oops – Seattle responds to Spanish-language bus schedule snafu

Bus service or no service? That was the question in Seattle, Washington this summer for Spanish speakers in and around the city. The Department of … Read More

Five times the fun: Latino family welcomes quintuplets into the world

As Jose Garcia wheels his wife, Bianca, around Methodist women's hospital in Omaha, Nebraska, the soft-spoken couple is still reeling. On July 25th, they … Read More