The Week in Latino News starts with President Obama, who said Hispanics need to wield power by voting and that a Latino president will be elected in his lifetime.
As some people criticize as “backdoor amnesty” the Obama administration’s recent announcement about suspending deportation, FNL finds that the administrations of presidents of both parties long have allowed undocumented immigrants to stay despite deportation orders – and some have stayed decades.
The gregarious, energetic and sometimes controversial Ozzie Guillen is taking his talents to South Beach as the Marlins prepare for a move to Miami in 2012.
Jesus Manolo Donis serves as captain of the fire department in Rocky Hill, where he is a volunteer and has been the top responder for two years. He is also one of the estimated 11 million undocumented immigrants living in the United States, and one of more than 300,000 who are slated for deportation.
Wepa! Gloria Estefan is back.
Conflicting reports when it comes to Hugo Chávez's health. Was he rushed to a hospital for kidney failure? The Venezuelan president went on TV to say rumors of his demise are greatly exaggerated and he threw a softball with some gusto as proof.
The well-known argentine writer Alberto Gerchunoff grew up in Jewish colonies in Argentina. He wrote Los Gauchos Judíos, a successful novel that describes a life that only exists in remnants and photos now.
An undocumented fire captain wages an immigration battle, Ozzie Guillen takes his talents to South Beach, Hugo Chávez conflicting health reports, Obama on the Latino vote and Gloria Estefan is back.