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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

Samuel Peter Acosta Larsen Makes ‘Glee’ Debut as Hippy Homeschooler Joe Hart (VIDEO)

Co-winner of The Glee Project (TGP) Samuel Peter Acosta Larsen (better known as Samuel Larsen) made his debut on Tuesday night’s episode of Glee continue reading »

First impressions of Venezuelan actress Gaby Espino and Jencarlos Canela as Parents

Gaby Espino and Jencarlos share their thoughts and thank the public's support after the birth of their son on Twitter. continue reading »

Hundreds come to protest Alabama Immigration Law

This past Tuesday, hundreds of people gathered in the courtyard of the Alabama Statehouse to protest against the state's immigration law, which is among the toughest in the nation. continue reading »

At Least 300 Inmates Killed in Honduras Jail Fire, Many Burned Alive

Honduran officials are reporting a deadly fire at the Comayagua prison that resulted in at least 300 prisoners being killed in the overnight blaze, many suffocating and burning in their cells. continue reading »

Colombian Navy, Air Force, Police Work Together in One Ton Drug Bust

Colombia's navy, air force and police collaborated Tuesday in the confiscation of 1,000 kilos (2,202 pounds) of cocaine, authorities said. continue reading »

“Beauty and the Beast” Remake to be Directed by Mexican Filmmaker Guillermo del Toro

Mexican filmmaker Guillermo del Toro will direct and produce a new version of "Beauty and the Beast" for Warner Bros. Studios, the online edition of Variety magazine reported. continue reading »

Mexico and China Celebrate 40-Years of Diplomatic Relations in Beijing

Representatives of the governments of China and Mexico, including high-level lawmakers and Chinese Communist Party officials, attended a ceremony Tuesday in Beijing to mark the 40th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations. continue reading »

45th Anniversary of Latin America as Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zone

On the 45th anniversary of the treaty that created a nuclear-weapon-free zone in Latin America and the Caribbean, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today hailed the pact as an example continue reading »

Inside Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue: Rafael Nadal Poses with Bar Refaeli

Spanish tennis icon Rafael Nadal appears in the new Sports Illustrated swimsuit edition along with Israeli model Bar Refaeli in an erotically-charged photo shoot. continue reading »

Priests Paid Men to Kill Them after Botched Suicide Attempt, say Prosecutors

Two Catholic priests gunned down a year ago in Bogota hired the hit men who killed them, the Colombian Attorney General's Office said Tuesday. The Revs. Rafael Reatiga Rojas and Richard Armando Piffano Laguado put out the word that they would "pay for their deaths," prosecutor Ana Patricia Larrota said at the arraignment of the two alleged shooters. continue reading »

550 Year-Old Carvings Depicting Aztec Myths Found in Mexico City

A total of 23 pre-Columbian stone plaques dating back approximately 550 years, with carvings illustrating such Aztec myths as the birth of the god of war Huitzilopochtli, were discovered by archaeologists continue reading »

Shakira Describes Being “Attacked by a Sea Lion”

Shakira was slightly injured when she spotted a seal lion in Cape Town, South Africa and moved in for a closer look. On her official Facebook page, the Colombian singer wrote a note titled continue reading »

Kate Upton, Mark Sanchez’s (Rumored) GF, Lands Cover of Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue

On Monday’s taping of The Late Show with David Letterman, the rumored girlfriend of footballer Mark Sanchez was revealed to be the cover model for the 2012 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue. continue reading »

Jennifer Lopez Speaks About Whitney Houston During Appearance on ‘Tonight Show’ (VIDEO)

Jennifer Lopez appeared on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno Monday night. The 42-year-old singer/actress spoke with Jay about working with ex-husband Marc Anthony on their talent competition show continue reading »

Latino Baseball Hall of Fame Unveil Bronze Tommy Lasorda Statue in Dominican Republic

Each year, the Latino Baseball Hall of Fame bestows the Tommy Lasorda Award to non-Latinos who make significant contributions to Latino baseball, but this weekend is was Lasorda himself who was presented with an honor. continue reading »