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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

ICE hands over 14,237 unaccompanied minors to Mexico in ‘11

U.S. authorities handed over 14,237 unaccompanied children and teenagers of different nationalities found traveling alone on the border to Mexico last year, the National Migration Institute, or INM, said. Of the minors handed over to authorities in Mexico, 11,520, or nearly 81 percent, were Mexican and the other 2,717 were of various unspecified nationalities. continue reading »

Is Luis Suárez Race Baiting? Liverpool Striker Refuses to Shake Hand of Player he Racially Abused

Uruguayan soccer player Luis Suarez of Liverpool’s ball club is once again in trouble for his treatment of fellow ball player Patrice Evra of Manchester United. continue reading »

Record Number of Tourists Visit Mexico in 2011

Mexico registered "nearly 190 million tourists," of whom 22.67 million were foreigners, in 2011, eclipsing the record 185.7 million tourists registered in 2008, the Tourism Secretariat said. continue reading »

Selena Gomez Announces She and Her Band, The Scene, are ‘Going Our Separate Ways’

Following a very successful tour in Latin America, Selena Gomez has announced that she and The Scene will be splitting up, at least for now anyway. continue reading »

LATINO BLOTTER: Chris Aguilar Leaves Mother’s Dead Body in Bathtub for Days

An Arizona man was arrested after it was discovered that he left his dead mother’s body in her homes bathtub while he came and went as usual. Tucson police stated that due to the decomposition of the body, it w continue reading »

Selena Gomez to Replace Miley Cyrus in Adam Sandler’s Animated ‘Hotel Transylvania’

Selena Gomez is reportedly taking Miley Cyrus’ job as the voice of an animated vampire in Adam Sandler’s Hotel Transylvania. Gomez has signed on to be the voice of Mavis, continue reading »

Pablo Escobar’s Family Offering Colombian Narco Tours

Pablo Escobar's family has organized a tourist excursion of Medellin similar in style to the Gangsters of Chicago and which idealizes the biggest drug trafficker in the history of Colombia. continue reading »

Help Judge Adalberto Jose Jordan Obtain Full Senate Approval to 11th Circuit Court

The Hispanic National Bar Association (HNBA) has supported the nomination of Judge Adalberto Jose Jordan for the 11th Circuit and now needs our help for the last step of this confirmation. continue reading »

Check Out Video: Cristiano Ronaldo Amazing ‘Hat-Trick’ Goal Over Weekend

Thanks to an incredible goal by Cristiano Ronaldo, Real Madrid is closer to the La Liga title. Check out this gooooal by Ronaldo, one of three, helping securing a 4-2 win against the Levante team this weekend. continue reading »

African Americans Charged with Driving Undocumented Mexican Migrants into Country, $300 a ride

Five Los Angeles-area residents have been indicted for operating a human smuggling scheme that relied largely on African-Americans to transport loads of illegal aliens from the U.S.-Mexico border to the Los Angeles area. continue reading »

Spanish Publisher and Founder of Grupo Anaya German Sanchez Ruiperez Dies at 85

Spanish publisher German Sanchez Ruiperez, the founder of Grupo Anaya, died early Sunday in the Dominican Republic, Casa del Lector director and former Spanish Culture Minister Cesar Antonio Molina told Efe. He was 85. continue reading »

Gov. Henrique Capriles to Face Hugo Chavez in Venezuelan Presidential Bid

Miranda Gov. Henrique Capriles won the opposition primary held over the weekend and will face President Hugo Chavez in the Oct. 7 presidential election. continue reading »

Ecuador Serving as Gateway to Brazil for Haitian Immigrants

Ecuador has become the door of South America to Haitian immigrants who want to go to Brazil in search of a better life than living in their country, devastated by the earthquake of 2010 continue reading »

Death Squads Take Over Where Striking Brazil Police Left

The strike begun on Jan. 31 by police officers in the northeastern Brazilian state of Bahia has resulted in an increase in the number of murders committed there by death squads, the press reported. continue reading »

Controversial Ad Selling Baby for Its Organs in Mexico Pulled

An apparent attempt to sell a baby on the MercadoLibre Web site has sparked indignation and heated controversy on social networks and has forced the company to deny its responsibility in the matter. continue reading »