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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

WATCH Charlie Sheen in Unaired Super Bowl Commercial for Fiat “House Arrest” (VIDEO)

There are always a number of ads made for the Super Bowl that never actually air and a Fiat spot with Charlie Sheen was apparently one of them. Instead of running the “House Arrest continue reading »

Retired General Denied Amnesty in Guatemala

A Guatemalan court ruled Thursday that a 1986 amnesty law does not bar prosecution of retired Gen. Efrain Rios Montt for crimes against humanity during his 1982-1983 rule of the Central American country. continue reading »

Racy JC Advice: Stop Hiding the Truth (and Your White BF)

Sadly, your problem is not unique. No matter the race, color, or creed, parents often look for ways to reject their child’s relationships. Racial and cultural differences historically are have been the easiest reasons to use. continue reading »

Narco Blog: Authorities Capture Kidnapper Twice- In Less than Three Months

Mexican authorities continue to demonstrate their lack of abilities with this case as highlighted in the state of Durango. The kidnapper Julio Cesar Quintero Escobedo, 34 years old, was captured last November 2011, when elements of the Special Unit for Combating Abductions of the Office of the State of Durango, located with a band of criminals. continue reading »

Diego Rivera Sketches Get a Facelift in Mexico

Four sketches made by Mexican artist Diego Rivera in the 1930s for New York's Rockefeller Center are being restored with a grant from Bank of America, the Diego Rivera-Anahuacalli Museum said. continue reading »

Cash-Strapped Spanish Town Authorizes Marijuana Plantation

Leaders of this northeastern town have given the green light to the establishment of a cannabis plantation to boost municipal revenues and create jobs in the context of Spain's economic crisis. continue reading »

Bill Gates Angers Many In Peru After Saying Other Countries are More in Need

Microsoft founder Bill Gates recently made a number of people angry when he stated that aid agencies should be concentrating on the poorest countries in the world, not those like Peru continue reading »

Two Carnival Corp. Cruise Ships Turned Away at Argentina Ports

The latest development in Argentina’s fight over the Falkland Islands has the country barring two Carnival Corp. cruise ships from entering their ports. Monday, Princess Cruises' Star Princess and P&O Cruises' Adonia ships were t continue reading »

Is ‘Jersey Shore’ Star Snooki Pregnant?

Though she has denied them for months, rumors that “Jersey Shore” star Snooki is pregnant are surfacing once more, this time claiming she’s three months along. continue reading »

“I Can Take a Lot of Punches,” J.Lo Says

A sexy Jennifer Lopez appears on the current cover of V Magazine showing her more combative side and discussing her artistic career of almost two decades and her booming business activities. continue reading »

Telenovela Stars Aylin Mujica and Gabriel Valenzuela Separate

According to reports, Aylin Mujica and Gabriel Valenzuela have separated due to alleged cheating accusations. continue reading »

Ecuador Prison Violence Leaves 16 Injured

At least six inmates and 10 guards were injured when police moved in to keep prisoners from rioting at the Centro de Rehabilitacion Numero Uno, the main penitentiary in Ecuador's capital, a prison spokesman said. continue reading »

Mexico’s Pemex Ends 2011 with Net Loss of $6.5 Billion

State oil monopoly Petroleos Mexicanos, Mexico's largest company, said it posted a net loss of $6.5 billion in 2011, a 103 percent increase over 2010. continue reading »

Criminal Alien Round Ups in Connecticut & Masachusetts Results in 45 Arrests, Majority from Jamaica

During a four-day targeted enforcement operation in Connecticut and Massachusetts that ended Monday, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) officers arrested 44 convicted criminal aliens continue reading »

Limited Preschool Access Dims Success for Latino Children-And California’s Future

Gabriela Ramos had hardly knocked when four-year-old Fátima Martínez opened the front door of her family's home and ushered in her preschool instructor. continue reading »