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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

In Final of Series, Rambo 5 Takes on Mexican Narcos

Slyvester Stallone, now 65, told reporters that he is ready to once more don his jungle gear as he is set to star in Rambo 5. continue reading »

Congratulations to Brazil’s Havaianas for 50 Years of Flip-Flip Fun!

“Havaianas. The real ones.” In 1962, the first pair of Havaianas (flip-flops) was created with inspiration from the Zori, the Japanese sandals made of fabric straps and rice continue reading »

VIDEO: Andy Garcia Interviews For Greater Glory Film

In a recent interview on his new project "For Greater Glory', Garcia discusses the fight for absolute freedom and how this ideal connects to his Cuban American background. continue reading »

CIA Official, Jose Rodriguez, Defends Waterboarding in New Book

In the latest terrorism book former head of CIA’s Clandestine Service, Jose Rodriguez, Jr. defends “enhanced interrogation techniques” like waterboarding. continue reading »

Hard Measures: How Aggressive CIA Actions after 9/11 Saved American Lives

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WATCH VIDEO: Brutal Kidnapping in Reynosa, Mexico

A brutal kidnapping in Reynosa was caught on video and is attracting national attention in Mexico and has gone viral online. continue reading »

Arizona Latinos Take to the Street Protesting Deportations and Racism

Members of the Hispanic community of southern Arizona marched through the streets Tuesday to demand an end to the deportations and racism provoked by state laws like SB 1070. continue reading »

Colombia’s FARC Rebels May Be Holding French Journalist Romeo Langlois

Colombia's FARC guerrillas admitted on Tuesday that they are holding French journalist Romeo Langlois, who disappeared three days ago in the middle of a firefight between security forces and the guerrillas in the southern province of Caqueta. continue reading »

Spanish Company and Gov’t Expect Compensation From Bolivia

The Spanish government and Spain-based power utility Red Electrica de España say they expect President Evo Morales' administration will provide fair compensation for the REE unit nationalized by Bolivia, a move officials in Madrid say is not linked to Argentina's expropriation of oil firm YPF. continue reading »

SBA Seeks Applications from Investment Fund Managers For Its New Early Stage Capital Program

The U.S. Small Business Administration is inviting experienced early stage investment fund managers to apply for licensing as Early Stage Innovation Funds as part of SBA’s Small Business Investment Company capital investment program. continue reading »

Border Patrol Capture 14 Undocumented Dominican’s on a Wooden Boat on the Open Seas

Caribbean Border Interagency Group (CBIG) federal law enforcement authorities intercepted a single engine yola type vessel with 14 undocumented citizens of the Dominican Republic. continue reading »

UN Notes ‘Disturbing Trend’ in Mexico with Murder of Journalists

The United Nations human rights office voiced alarm over the killing of a journalist in Mexico over the weekend, and condemned what it said is a “disturbing trend” of media professional being murdered in the country, where more than 70 have been killed over the past 12 years. continue reading »

Jennifer Lopez Busy with New Tour and Looming Lawsuit

Jennifer Lopez and Enrique Iglesias announced a 2012 North American tour together, while Lopez deals with a civil suit by her driver. continue reading »

Dr. Mayté Rosas Gómez Posts Pics in Facebook of Knocked Out Patients

Doctor Mayté Rosas Gómez, an anesthesiologist in Nayarit, Mexico is in controversy for operating room pictures she took and posted onto her Facebook. continue reading »

Star of “Abigail,” “Maria Isabel” and “Rosalinda, Fernando Carrillo Returning to Telenovelas

Fernando Carrillo, the Venezuelan heartthrob of hit telenovelas like "Abigail," "Maria Isabel" and "Rosalinda," is set to end a 12-year absence and return to the kind of TV dramas that won him international fame. "During these 12 years I've done many things, I've done movies, theater, I started my career as a businessman, my boy Angel Gabriel was born and I faced the toughest moments of my life when my parents died," Carrillo told Efe. continue reading »