Supreme Court Impacts Latino Community

Reynaldo Valencia, Professor and Associate Dean at St. Mary’s University School of Law, discusses the importance of the U.S. Supreme Court decisions concerning the Latino community and how the Hispanics for a Fair Judiciary has worked to inform Latinos of this issue. (0:59) Listen

Reynaldo Valencia, Professor and Associate Dean at St. Mary’s University School of Law, discusses the importance of the U.S. Supreme Court decisions concerning the Latino community and how the Hispanics for a Fair Judiciary has worked to inform Latinos of this issue. (0:59)
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TRNS News Notes- 5/29

Former Speaker Hastert indicted: Lying
Judge skeptical in House GOP lawsuit
Draw Muhammad cartoon contest: Phoenix
FIFA vote today amid corruption scandal
Baltimore bloodier/arrests drop – why?
WH: Iraq must step up

FIFA Pushes On With Presidential Vote Despite Scandal

Current president Sepp Blatter is seeking a fifth term despite the arrest of nine FIFA officials Wednesday, including two former VP’s

Friday, May 29

● Teen drivers put everyone at peril

● Suit tests EPA’s award of city to Indian tribe

● Mortgage broker gouged blacks and Hispanics

● Welfare participation climbed in 2012

● Cephalon fined $1.2 billion for anti-competitive tactic

● Drone attacks remain popular among Americans

The Day Ahead – May 29, 2015

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The Silk Road’s founder is sentenced in Manhattan district court, John Kerry heads to Nigeria and Thailand hosts a regional conference on its migrant crisis.

The World in 2:00 – May 28, 2015

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The U.N. says it will investigate its partnerships with FIFA after this week’s indictments against soccer’s governing body.

Feds Charge Former House Speaker With Illegal Cash Structuring

The U.S. Department of Justice, Washington, D.C. (Photo by James Cullum)

The Department of Justice and IRS charged Dennis Hastert, 73, with illegally transferring funds in an effort to avoid detection by the IRS.