The right wing internet media is quietly pushing a story about an eight-year-old Mexican girl being pregnant.
It is international news (I guess) that an eight-year-old girl became pregnant. However, one wonders why it is necessary to give the girl's ethnicity/nationality away in the headline of the article other than for racial/ethnic stereo-typing purposes. Of course, the story also arises in the context of a new immigration debate and House immigration hearings filled with anti-immigration witnesses. The story also fits nicely with narratives republicans like to push, like the one about Mexicans dropping their "anchor babies," or important questions (like how Mexicans "reproduce so fast?") that are asked harmlessly by Ron Paul/tea party bastions like stormfront.org (If you want to google the racist right-wing website, go ahead).
I suppose one could argue that the news reporters were merely identifying where the baby was born, but that does not explain why it is mentioned in the headline of the story. Drudge ran with the story up front, but deleted the "Mexican" part when he moved the story down, but not because it was racist in the first place, or anything like that.