The Week in Latino News starts with Los Zeta cartel members being arrested as suspects in a casino fire that killed 52. The five men said they weren't trying to kill, just scare. And a new report says the casino was a deathtrap because the doors were chained.
A twitter account, @ElBloombito, was launched poking fun at Michael Bloomberg's very earnest, yet somewhat garbled attempt at speaking Spanish.
Oscar De La Hoya, known as the "Golden Boy," admitted to being hooked on drugs and alcohol, womanizing, cross-dressing and considering suicide.
Which Latin American president gets his tweet on and sent to the most followers? Check out the rundown of the region's leaders and how they're doing on Twitter.
Puerto Rico has its own Anthony Weiner after a lawmaker resigned because of photos that made it online. Roberto Arango's shirtless photos were on an iPhone app for gays and bisexuals.
Arizona and two federal agencies reached a settlement over an allegation that the state was discriminating against teachers who may have thick accents or use bad grammar.
Just your run of the mill story about Thalia being sued by a cosmetic company for getting pregnant with her second child while serving as the face of the company’s publicity campaign.
Mexico catches the casino killers, El Bloombito is born, Oscar De La Hoya bombshells, Arizona says bad accents are ok and Puerto Rico has its own Anthony Weiner.