Twitter Terrorists, NJ Disses Ecuador Prez and The X Factor: It's The Week In Latino News

Twitter Terror charges to be lessened in Mexico, NJ says no to Ecuador president, Quinceañera's are big business, The X Factor debuts with a weird nude moment, Latinos and pollution and the greatness of Mariano Rivera.



    The Week In Latino News starts off with Mariano Rivera blowing a kiss to the crowd to acknowledge cheers after recording his 602nd save. But Rivera will never be measured by a number like 602 -- his greatness is so much more.


    "Come on down, you're invited! you're not!" New Jersey rescinded its invitation to Ecuador President Rafael Correa because of his politics.


    Quinceañeras are booming business in Las Vegas. If you didn't know, now you know.


    Paula Abdul! Simon Cowell! A naked contestant? Yep, X Factor has arrived.


    Twitter terror or free speech? María de Jesús Bravo Pagola is living this situation and she changed her Facebook photo to a blindfolded Twitter bird behind the scales of justice which reads, "I too am a TwitTerrorist."


    “Nearly five million Hispanics have been diagnosed with asthma in their lifetime,” said Dr. Elena Rios, CEO of the National Hispanic Medical Association. “Latinos are three times more likely to die from asthma than other racial or ethnic groups.”


    Rolando Nichols is a successful media entrepreneur who left a privileged position in Spanish media to achieve his very own American dream: create his own media production company, Centro Net Productions, based in Torrence, California.
    Esmeralda Fabian
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