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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

Chilean Man Steals 11,453 Pounds of Glacier Ice with Plans to Sell to Local Bars

Chilean police surprised a man who was transporting in a refrigerated truck 5,200 kilograms (11,453 pounds) of ice that had removed from the Jorge Montt glacier, the cargo apparently destined for bars and restaurants here in the capital. continue reading »

Sofia Vergara Voted #1 on AskMen “Top 99 Most Desirable Women”, List Includes Many Latinas

Though Modern Family actress Sofia Vergara was ranked No. 1 on AskMen’s 2012 “Top 99 Most Desirable Women” poll, but she was far from the only Latina to make the cut. continue reading »

Our Favorite “Little Mexican” Comedian Louis C.K. Working on Sitcom for CBS

Our favorite red-haired comedian Louis C.K. has reportedly begun work on a new sitcom for CBS about 20-somethings trying to survive in today’s economy. C.K. will be working with former continue reading »

Actress Jessica Alba Enters the E-Commerce World with The Honest Company

After learning that a number of products she and parents everywhere were use are full of toxic chemicals, Hollywood actress Jessica Alba along with author and environmentalist Christopher Gavigan worked with ShoeDazzle founder Brian Lee and PriceGrabber.com continue reading »

Venezuela Receives Last 14 Tons of Its Gold - Repatriation Complete

The Venezuelan government received the last 14 tons of gold of a total of 160 tons that were deposited in banks in other countries continue reading »

STUDY: All-White Neighborhood Effectively Extinct

Today, the Manhattan Institute’s Center released a study titled “The End of the Segregated Century: Racial Separation in America’s Neighborhood: 1890-2010,” which concluded that the all-white neighborhoods are effectively extinct. continue reading »

Jennifer Lopez: Oscar Presenter

Jennifer Lopez as always is super busy, adding Oscar 2012 presenter to her list of duties. continue reading »

Over Last Seven Days 10 Tons of Pot Seized at Texas-Mexico Border

CBP U.S. Border Patrol agents from the Rio Grande Valley Sector seized more than 21,000 pounds of marijuana over the past seven days. continue reading »

Former Miss Mexico, Blanca Soto, Returns to Telenovelas

The television network Univision on Monday is debuting the primetime soap opera "El Talisman," in which Mexican actress Blanca Soto is returning to TV after her success in the film "Eva Luna." continue reading »

Venezuelan National Guard Plane Crashes Killing all On Board

A Venezuelan National Guard plane went down in the Caribbean near Margarita Island, killing the four people aboard, officials said. continue reading »

Cesar Chavez Was No Saint New Book Reveals

Retired teacher Frank Bardacke, who in his youth was a member of the United Farm Workers union, says that it's a "mistake to idolize union leaders like Cesar Chavez," a founder of the UFW. continue reading »

Mexico Loses $872 Billion in Illegal Capital Flight

Mexico lost $872 billion to illicit financial outflows between 1970 and 2010, according to a report released Monday by a U.S.-based research and advocacy group. continue reading »

Argentina Ex-Spy Accused by Daughter of Running Sex Ring

The daughter of former Argentine intelligence officer Raul Martins will arrive in Mexico this week with evidence that her father is running a sex trafficking ring in the Mexican resort city of Cancun, an activist told Efe Monday. continue reading »

459-Foot Tamale Gives Mexico Guinness World Record

More than 100 residents of Monterrey, the capital of the northern Mexican state of Nuevo Leon, worked on the preparation over the weekend of a Guinness record 139.9-meter (nearly 459-foot) "world's longest tamale," Mayor Fernando Larrazabal said. continue reading »

Zeta Narco Members Arrested for Kidnapping, Rapes & Murders in Monterrey

Seven Los Zetas drug cartel members were arrested by the Federal Police on kidnapping and other charges in Monterrey, the capital of the northern state of Nuevo Leon, the Mexican Public Safety Secretariat said. continue reading »