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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

VIRAL: Girl at Miami Music Festival Gets WAY too Friendly With Tree (VIDEO)

CAUTION: This is video is not suitable for work (NSFW). We're not exactly sure if this girl was drunk, high, or just VERY friendly at Miami's Ultra Music Festival over the weekend, but one thing is certain. She and that tree had a very special moment that will live on forever thanks to onlookers and the creation of YouTube. continue reading »

Blog del Narco: El Chapo Calls Out Los Zetas by Delivering 10 Heads

The leader of the Sinaloa cartel, Joaquin Guzman Loera, alias El Chapo, openly challenged the criminal group Los Zetas, especially their leaders, Heriberto Lazcano continue reading »

10K of Guatemala’s Indigenous People March to Capital City

A massive march of indigenous people arrived Tuesday in the Guatemalan capital after walking more than 200 kilometers (120 miles) to demand a government settlement of a conflict over land. continue reading »

Son of Brazil’s Richest Man Kills Cyclist With Sports Car

The son of Brazil’s richest man is being investigated on suspicion of manslaughter after his Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren sports car struck and killed a cyclist in a suburb of Rio de Janeiro. continue reading »

Jennifer Lopez Announces First Ever Concerts in Brazil

On the actress-singer's website, Jennifer Lopez writes: Hello Brazil! I am coming back in June. For the first time ever I will be performing in Brazil at the Pop Music Festival continue reading »

EXCLUSIVE: Cessylia’s Road from Teotihuacan to Life in Fear in Alabama

Cessylia didn’t want to move from Mexico. “That wasn’t important to me. I had work all the time,” she says. continue reading »

Following Split From Penelope Cruz’s Brother, Eva Longoria Mending Broken Heart with New Dating Show

Former "desperate housewife" Eva Longoria is said to be working on a new dating show for NBC. A source recently confirmed with E! News that Longoria is developing a new continue reading »

Salesman Fends off Robbers With Tequila Bottle

If a group of young would-be robbers attacked a 71-year-old liquor salesman, many would fear the worst for the victim, but with the help of one of his products, that victim came out the victor. continue reading »

Blog Del Narco: 10 Die in Shootout With Police in Chihuahua

At least 10 suspected drug traffickers died in a shootout in the mountains of the northern Mexican state of Chihuahua, state prosecutors said. The shootout happened Monday in Temosachi, a town located about 226 kilometers (140 miles) southwest of Chihuahua city, the state capital, the Chihuahua Attorney General's Office said. continue reading »

‘Gang of Blondes’ Believed to Have Kidnapped Dozens in Brazil Have Been Arrested

Six women suspected of being be part of Brazil’s kidnapping “Gang of Blondes” have been identified by police thanks to information from the dozens of victims. Over the weekend, three members of the gang w continue reading »

Precious Star Mo’Nique’s Legal Battles Evokes ‘Illegal Immigrant’ Profiling

Don’t mess with Mo’Nique when she’s pissed and her landlords are learning just that. Now you ask how does a real estate tiff involve a ‘illegal immigrant’. continue reading »

Pope Benedict in Cuba

There still remain many areas" in which relations must move forward between the Catholic Church and the Cuban government, Pope Benedict XVI said here Monday as he began a three-day visit to the Communist-ruled island. continue reading »

Sanctuary Movement of Arizona Celebrates 30 Years Helping Migrants

The Sanctuary Movement, which was started 30 years ago in southern Arizona to help a group of Central American immigrants, continues fighting for the dignity of families separated by immigration. continue reading »

United Farm Workers Union Supports Bill to Enforce Water & Shade Standards

The United Farm Workers union gave its support Monday to a bill in the California state legislature that would empower workers to enforce compliance with a law protecting them from excess heat on the job. continue reading »

Uninsured Immigrant Women Go Underground for Birth Control Pills

Most undocumented immigrants in Arizona either can’t afford private health insurance or don’t qualify for state insurance programs for low-income families. As a result, many seek alternative ways of meeting their health care needs by tapping into an underground market for medications, including birth control pills. continue reading »