The Week In Latino News starts off with the debt deal being done and over with. Or is it? A debate rages on regarding how the deal will affect Latinos and minorities.
International star Juanes has a dream. Peace building for children that will make men who shun war in favor of discourse.
The director of gritty, film-festival darling Gun Hill Road on what he hopes people will take from his film about a Latino father struggling with his son's sexual identity: "If you walk away and understand that love and family come first, that's all that I could hope for."
Spider-Man is dead. But do not fear. There's a new web-slinger in town. Half-Latino, Half-African-American teen, Miles Morales.
Just call him Joe. Fat Joe dropped 100 pounds after losing seven friends to heart attacks in the last year.
Where are the roses? Republicans and Democrats are beginning their courtship of Latinos particularly early for the 2012 elections.
The debt deal's effect on Latinos, Fat Joe loses 100 pounds, Latino Spider-Man, Juanes' Dream for peace, romancing Latino voters, space age cotton does it all and Gun Hill Road takes on stereotypes, love and family.