By Fox News Latino | 06/30/2011 - 15:30
First New York, now Brazil.
Just days after New York passed gay marriage, a Brazilian judge has approved what is apparently the South American nation's first gay marriage. Sao Paulo state judge Fernando Henrique Pinto says he has ruled that two men can convert their civil union into a marriage.
By Celestrellas | 06/30/2011 - 10:00
As you may have heard, Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony have created their own musical reality show, called Q' Viva: The Chosen. Over the next few months, the power couple will embark on an extensive 21-country search for the best new musical talent in Latin America, dancing, singing, intrumental—they're looking to build the next huge Latin superband. For this special mission they are joined by American Idol's creator, Simon Fuller, and world-renowned director and choreographer, Jamie King.
By Adriana Rivera | 06/15/2011 - 11:20
The Copa America soccer tournament held in Argentina and set to start July 1 will likely be postponed due to an erupting volcano in Chile that is grounding flights. The South American futbol competition is being delayed due to the amount of ash that the volcano is spewing into the air, which is making it difficult for teams to arrive via airplane.
By Grace Bastidas | 06/08/2011 - 16:00
You know the consequences—blazing headache, nausea, dry mouth, upset stomach, red eyes, muscle pain—and still, you decide to do one more kamikaze shot. And while you may not end up in Bangkok like the boys from The Hangover Part II, you will most likely end up hovering over your toilet. Thankfully we have the best Latin American cures for even the most persistent of hangovers.
Menudo in Mexico
By Mariela Rosario | 05/31/2011 - 16:14
Marc Anthony and Jennifer Lopez are always on the move, planning the next step in conquering the world, and they may have just stepped into a gold mine with their latest project.
By Mariela Rosario | 03/23/2011 - 15:30
President Obama just wrapped up his first trip as President of the United States to Latin America. He had to cut his trip a little short due to the crisis in Libya and the decision to intervene, but he was still able to hit all his planned stops in Brazil, Chile and El Salvador.
With his whole family in tow, President Obama met with President Dilma Rousseff, Sebastian Pinera and Mauricio Funes before hopping back on Air Force One to return to Washington DC.
By Galina Espinoza | 03/18/2011 - 12:58
President Obama arrives in Latin America tomorrow—and not everyone thinks he should be there.
The objection is one of priorities: There are a number of global crises to deal with at the moment, like the nuclear situation in Japan and the continuing unrest in the Middle East. And so many pundits are asking, Shouldn’t the President stay home and focus on these matters, instead of heading off to meetings with the leaders of Brazil, Chile and El Salvador?
By Mariela Rosario | 03/17/2011 - 16:00
Despite many assumptions that President Barack Obama would cancel his Latin American tour after the terrible earthquake and tsunami that rocked Japan last week, the White House recently announced his intentions to move forward with the trip. “Every day you’re president there’s a world event somewhere. The American people understand and expect their president can walk and chew gum at the same time,” said White House Communications Director Dan Pfeiffer.