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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

Six Questions to Ask When Shopping for Homeowners Insurance

Know What You Need Coverage for Before Buying or Renewing a Policy. Being an informed consumer means not only reading your homeowners insurance policy closely but also continue reading »

International Organizations Voice Alarm Over Killing of Inmates in Mexico

The United Nations human rights office has called on Mexican authorities to conduct a thorough and independent investigation into the killing over the weekend of 44 inmates at a prison in the country‚Äôs north, apparently by members of an organized criminal group. continue reading »

Colombia Investing $105 Million to Modernize Public Transportation in Cali

The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) approved a loan for $105 million to Colombia to continue a program to modernize public transport in the city of Cali. continue reading »

Radio Cristo Rey Launches in Mexico in Preparation for Pope’s Visit

There are only 30 days to Pope Benedict XVI's visit in Mexico, and the Archdiocese of Leon have announced the opening of a radio via internet, Radio Cristo Rey, continue reading »

Brazil to Host UN World Environment Day in June

Brazil will be the host of World Environment Day (WED) in June, which aims to emphasize how individual actions can have an exponential impact on the planet and help reduce pollution, the United Nations announced today. continue reading »

President Obama Urges Congress to Finally Pass DREAM Act in 2012

U.S. President Barack Obama said Congress should take one step toward overhauling the country's immigration system by passing the DREAM Act continue reading »

Mexican Duo Jotdog Rolls Out New Album

Amaro and Barracuda met in a restaurant in Mexico City's Condesa district when a mutual friend introduced them. The chemistry was immediate and undeniable, since the pair were connected to the same musical wave and style. continue reading »

LATINO BLOTTER: Man Tries to Rob Gas Station With a Light Bulb

Armed with just a light bulb, police say a Latino man attempted to rob a San Diego gas station this week. At around 11 p.m. Monday night the attendant at the continue reading »

Robert Rodriguez’ El Rey Network to be Part of Comcast Cable Systems

The National Hispanic Media Coalition, NHMC, appreciates Comcast's announcement that it will broadly distribute four new, independently-owned networks owned by people of color over its cable systems. continue reading »

VIRAL: ‘Superman’ Asks For Directions (VIDEO)

A video titled "SUPER PIOLA TICO" uploaded by YouTuber chino21867 is starting to go viral, joining the growing number of 'Superman' videos hitting the web recently. continue reading »

LATINO BLOTTER: California Inmate Found Guilty of Threatening Federal Judge

A man already serving time for a murder almost 10 years ago was just convicted of threatening a California federal judge. continue reading »

Latino Mormons Not Big Fans of Romney

Though there are a number of Latino Mormons, it appears Presidential candidate Mitt Romney has not automatically won their vote. continue reading »

The Death of Mazatlan Thanks to Narcos

In 2011, the once booming tourist site of Mazatlan, Mexico was hit with the news that cruise ships would no longer be stopping there, leaving many local people without jobs. continue reading »

Prominent Latinos to Serve as Co-Chairs of Obama’s Reelection Bid

Prominent Hispanics from across the United States, including Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, Texas Rep. Charles A. Gonzalez and actress Eva Longoria continue reading »

Argentina Rush Hour Train Crash Leaves 49 Dead and 600 Injured, Death Count to Rise (VIDEO)

At least 600 people were injured Wednesday morning when a train crashed and derailed at one of the three busiest stations in Buenos Aires, Argentine officials said. continue reading »