U.S. Sen Bob Menendez, D-N.J., was officially indicted by a New Jersey grand jury on corruption charges on Wednesday.
Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush on Monday was honored at the University of Texas at Austin, which awarded the oldest son of Republican presidential hopeful Jeb Bush its first Latino Leadership Award.
Fifty thousand Mexican farmworkers have gone on strike in Baja California, and they're aggressively protesting low wages, poor working conditions and rights abuses. Protest leaders are set to meet with growers; meanwhile, millions in crops has rotted as the two groups fight to find middle ground.
In a vote of no confidence, the Congress of Peru censured the prime minister and have forced her to resign. Prime Minister Jara had not served a full year before an espionage scandal revealed last month threatened her position.
The most interesting smartphone of 2015 will almost certainly end up being a prototype device from Google called Project Ara. Take a look before it hits Puerto Rico for trials later this year.
"Nuestra Belleza Latina" head judge Osmel Sousa had sounded the alarm last week, and in the end, Lisandra Silva and Cynthia Pérez were both sent home in Sunday's emotional episode of the Univisión show.
Broadway's celebrated gem and Tony Award winner, Chita Rivera is returning to the stage in "The Visit."
What would you do if the world as you knew it fell apart and complete madness ensued? Would you fight till the death in a fiery fury in a "high-octane Road War" among the desert?
Hell yeah, you would, especially if you're Road Warrior, Max Rockatansky!
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