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Social Media Ablaze Upon Zimmerman’s Acquital

The minute jurors revealed their decision that George Zimmerman was not guilty on all charges in the killing of Trayvon Martin, a firestorm of comments and criticism spread on social media. People from all walks of life, including celebrities, politicians, and athletes, weighed in Saturday evening after a six-woman jury spent more than 15 hours […]


Eva Longoria in Love Again

After three months of rumors claiming Eva Longoria and Ernesto Argϋello were more than just friends, the “Devious Maid” executive producer has finally confirmed that the two are indeed an item. “I guess we have the press to thank for pushing us to see something we didn’t see!” Longoria jokingly told People magazine. Longoria, 38, and Argϋello, […]


Are We Really Over the Recession?

Just reading the headlines makes me wonder where the economic recovery is. Roughly three-quarters of Americans are living paycheck to paycheck, with little to no emergency savings, according to a survey released by Bankrate.com on Monday. In addition, according to a TransUnion report the auto-loan delinquency rates inched up in the first quarter, due largely to an […]


Longoria in Praise of “Devious Maids”

Despite recently earning her master’s degree in Chicano studies, Eva Longoria said she doesn’t consider herself an “authority” on Latinos. But it appears some in Hollywood feel otherwise. With the television premiere of “Devious Maids” just days away, Longoria revealed why the show’s creator Marc Cherry wanted her on board as a sort of producing […]


Salma Hayek, 47, Rocks Her Age

As a wife, a mother and a mogul, Salma Hayek has shown she is more than just a pretty face. But while her beauty may be idolized, the Mexico native says she has never tried to make herself as beautiful as she could be. Gracing the cover of the new issue of Instyle, the 47-year-old actress […]


Bill Clinton Congratulates Eva Longoria

Eva Longoria got a huge shout out from Bill Clinton over the weekend. On Twitter, Clinton congratulated Longoria on graduating with her master’s degree in Chicano Studies last week. The former president thanked Longoria, “for inspiring others to never stop learning and for your support of @ClintonGlobal.” The former Desperate Housewives actress managed to lobby for […]

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New USPS Stamp Commemorates Tejano Singer Lydia Mendoza

Tejano music legend Lydia Mendoza is being recognized, immortalized and given the respect many feels she deserves for her contributions to the American musical scene. The United States Postal Service issued a stamp commemorating “The Lark Of The Border,” her nickname, whose minimalist Tejano sound was compared to a Spanish-language version of the blues. “The Postal […]


Latino Students Surpass Whites In Texas Schools

Latino children in Texas are now the largest ethnic group in the Lone Star state, The Dallas Morning News is reporting. The newspaper said that Hispanic kids in Texas have passed whites—over half of the students enrolling in the school system are Latinos. But with this increase have come changes since many of the students come from […]


Latin Billboard Executive Editor Writes Jenni Rivera Bio

Four months after the tragic death of Mexican-American banda singer Jenni Rivera, Leila Cobo—an author, journalist and the executive editor of Latin content and programming for Billboard—wrote a biography on “La diva de la banda.” Cobo spoke to Fox News Latino about her biography, Jenni Rivera: La increíble vida de una mariposa guerrera (the incredible […]