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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

Eva Mendes Remains Coy About Relationship With Ryan Gosling on Ellen Show (VIDEO)

Eva Mendes and Ryan Gosling put breakup rumors to rest when the hot couple was spotted holding hands in New York City. The duo, who met on the set of The Place Beyond The Pines, have yet to officially confirm their relationship. In an interview with Ellen DeGeneres, the popular talk-show host joked about their non-confirmed relationship, asking the actress in a roundabout way. continue reading »

49 Headless, Nude Bodies Found on Highway in Nuevo Leon as Warning to El Chapo Guzman

Mexican authorities at an afternoon press conference lay blame on the brutal narco turf battles for the massacre that left 49 headless bodies on the highway between Reynosa and Monterrey in the state of Nuevo Leon. continue reading »

Mexican Heart-throb Luis Miguel Finishes Tour in Madrid

Luis Miguel, the Mexican singer who best embodies the romantic ideal on both sides of the Atlantic, put the finishing touches on his first concert tour of Spain in five years with a show in the Spanish capital. continue reading »

4 Arrested In Connection With Massacre in Mexico Have Link to “Los Zetas” Cartel

Police in the western Mexican state of Jalisco have arrested four suspects in the massacre of 18 people whose bodies were found this week outside the city of Guadalajara, officials said. continue reading »

Latin Grammys Increase Nominees and Elect New Trustees

The Latin Recording Academy recently held its spring Board of Trustees meeting and The Academy's Trustees voted to expand the Rock Field and the Tropical Field, restructure the Pop Field, and develop the four General Categories to include 10 nominees each. This brings the total number of Latin GRAMMY Categories that will be recognized in November 2012 to 47 (previously 46). continue reading »

Colombia Helps Americans Celebrate Mother’s Day by Exporting Millions of Roses

It’s Mothers Day and in certain parts of the U.S. it’s still to chilly to cut your own roses for your mom. So where do the endless Mothers Day rose bouquets come from? continue reading »

Latino Commission on AIDS Commends FDA Recommendations to Prevent HIV Infections

An advisory panel to the Food and Drug Administration recommended that Truvada, an antiretroviral medication used to treat HIV, should be used as a new prevention tool for people that are at high risk of being exposed to HIV. continue reading »

Stranded 50 Days in Costa Rican airport, Cuban Asylum Seeker Denied Entry

Costa Rica's migration court rejected on Friday a request for asylum from a Cuban who has spent the past 50 days at San Jose's Juan Santamaria International Airport. continue reading »

Broadway League Launches Viva Broadway to Bring More Latinos to the Theater

The Broadway League has created Viva Broadway, a new audience development partnership with the Hispanic community, to help bridge the world of Broadway with Latino audiences around the country. continue reading »

Chavez Returns to Venezuela, Announces Success of Cancer Therapy

Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez returned home from Cuba after an 11-day absence for cancer treatment, saying his latest round of radiation therapy had ended successfully and he is very optimistic about his recovery. continue reading »

nuvoTV and NBC News Unite To Discuss Voters’ Issues in Latino Town Hall

nuvoTV, the only English-language cable network fully dedicated to serving America's Bi-cultural Latinos (BCLs), announced a programming partnership with NBC News' Peacock Productions to spotlight the critical role of Latinos in the upcoming 2012 presidential election and the challenging issues important to Latino voters. continue reading »

900-Year Old Pot Found by 7-th Grader on School Field Trip in New Mexico

A teen from the Sandia Prep in Albuquerque, New Mexico might just of stumbled upon one of the most significant archaeological discoveries in awhile. The seventh-grade group was on a field trip to Cibola County when Isabel Jerome found a 14-by-14 inch gray-black pot patterned with dashes and zigzags. continue reading »

FELIZ DIA DE LA MADRE! To Every Mommy, From Your Friends at Hispanically Speaking News

A rose is a rose is a rose. A mom is pure love, is a friend, is a nurse. continue reading »

$1.2 trillion Hispanic Market Exceeds Economies of All But 13 Countries in the World

According to the Selig Center for Economic Growth, the buying power of minorities in the U.S has grown into a diverse and formidable consumer market in the last decade. continue reading »

Chilean Supreme Court Shuts Down Patagonia Dam Project

Chile's Supreme Court has blocked a hydroelectric plant project in the Patagonia region, accepting an appeal filed by environmental groups. continue reading »