Articles Tagged ‘Mexico’

This image provided by NOAA taken at 4:15 a.m. EDT Wednesday Sept. 15, 2010 shows from left Tropical Storm Karl, Hurricane Igor and Hurrican Julia. At 5 a.m. EDT Karl was 105 miles East of Chetumal Mexico with maximum sustained winds of 65 mph. Hurricane Igor was 570 miles East of the Northern Leeward Islands with maximum sustained winds of 145 mph. Hurricane Julia was 525 miles west of the Cape Verde Islands with maximum sustained winds of 135 mph. (AP Photo/NOAA)

Two Category 4 Hurricanes in the Atlantic, Tropical Storm Karl Hits Mexico

Hurricane season is in full bloom for the Atlantic, with a tropical storm that has just made landfall in Mexico and two Category 4 hurricanes…


Movie Review: Machete

Typical political movies, which project a serious tone around themes like war, tend to drive audiences away from theaters faster than rumors of a bedbug invasion. But when heavy subject matter is laced with light laughs, it’s an entirely different story.

Jimena Navarrete, Miss Universe 2010: Miss Mexico Wins Miss Universe [Photos]

Jimena Navarrete, the 22-year-old beauty from Mexico, took first place at yesterday’s Miss Universe 2010 contest. Navarrete, a Guadalajara native, beat out 82 global competitors…

The Death of Josseline Hernández

From Marcelo Lucero to Steve Levy, there may be no more talked-about issue on Long Island than immigration. It is a divisive issue, a galvanizing issue, an issue that voices on both sides of the aisle debate emphatically, loudly. But immigration is not a political hot button or a point on which to take a stance. It’s not even an issue, really: It is millions of individual lives, lives so rarely recognized amid the chorus and the chaos.

Inside the Hidden World of Sex Trafficking on L.I.

Rosa* was about to cross the United States-Mexico border when her coyote, or human smuggler, ordered the 22-year-old to have sex with him and told…