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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

Selena and Justin Rock at Benefit Concert for UNICEF (VIDEO)

Selena Gomez rocked the House of Blues in West Hollywood this weekend at her concert benefiting UNICEF. The teen darling donned purple and blue streaks in her hair to greet her VIP guest list that included beau Justin Bieber, and gal pal Ashley Tisdale. continue reading »

WATCH J Lo Bashing Video Over her Fiat Commerical (VIDEO)

Poor J Lo, well actually she's not poor in the fiscal sense, can't cut a break first there's the disappointing rating for American Idol and now a anti-Iran organization is coming after her. continue reading »

Kate del Castillo Defends Free Speech, Calls Herself “Pretty Ignorant and Uncultured”

Mexican actress Kate del Castillo rejected comments by journalists on the "Tercer Grado" (Third Degree) program criticizing a letter she published on Twitter giving her thoughts on marriage, sex, religion and politics. continue reading »

6-Magnitude Earthquake Shakes Northern State of Chiapas in Mexico

A magnitude-6 earthquake shook the southeastern Mexican state of Chiapas on Saturday, although there were no immediate reports of damage or injuries, the National Seismological Service, or SSN, said. continue reading »

9 1/2 Ounce Latino Baby Survives and Now Ready to Leave L.A. Hospital

A Hispanic baby born 16 weeks prematurely, and considered one of world's tiniest babies ever to survive, has been released from a Los Angeles Hospital. continue reading »

Pregnancy of 11-Year Old Argentinian Girl Renews Debate About Legalizing Abortion in the Country

The case of a pregnant 11-year-old girl, whose mother asked a court to give her daughter permission to have her pregnancy interrupted - but later unexpectedly dropped the petition - has renewed the controversy in Argentina about legalizing abortion. continue reading »

2.7 Million Tourists Visited Cuba in 2011

Cuba greeted more than 2.7 million tourists in 2011, a figure confirmed by official media and said to set a record for the sector, the island's second biggest source of revenue in foreign currencies. continue reading »

Spain’s David Ferrer routs Argentinian Juan Ignacio Chela to Advance at Australian Open

Spain's David Ferrer overcame a slow start to rout Juan Ignacio Chela 7-5, 6-2, 6-1 Saturday and join three of his countrymen in the round of 16 of the Australian Open.Chela's defeat, meanwhile, left fellow Argentine Juan Martin del Potro as the only Latin American left in the first Grand Slam tournament of the tennis season. continue reading »

Colombian Gregorio Uribe, A Rising Star in NYC’s Latin Music Scene, Releases His Debut Album

Colombian singer-songwriter Gregorio Uribe has quickly established himself as a rising force in NYC's Latin music scene and now presents his much anticipated debut album, Pluma y Vino, literally translated as Pen and Wine. continue reading »

Over Two Years in ICE Limbo- Help keep this Family Together

One of the most common misconceptions we Americans think is that once an immigrant and a US citizen marry the immigrant gets his green card. I'm here to say that is 100% false. You have to hire a lawyer to file these confusing litigation papers. You have to sit back and put all your hope in the hands of people that you don't know and wait. I'm Melissa Rodas a United States Citizen. continue reading »

Latina-led Movement Urges Democratic Latinos to Vote in “Open Primaries”- Anyone But Romney

National Tequila Party urges Latina/os to vote for “anyone but Romney” as he embraces xenophobia more than any other Presidential candidate when he decided to align himself with Kris Kobach who works for the Immigration Reform Law continue reading »

Pilot Program to Review Deportations is Positive Step but Still too Slow for Many

Attorneys and activists involved in the recently completed pilot program in Denver and Baltimore to review deportation cases expressed their frustration Friday because, while this is a positive step forward, it's not a real solution to the problem. continue reading »

Narco Blog: Man Executed in Sinaloa

During Thursday night, a man was gunned down on a dirt road, located in the area known as La Guamuchilera, in Sinaloa. The subject was in a truck, nearing his home in the village of El Zapote, when an armed group attacked him. continue reading »

Gonzalo Garcia Vivanco in New Telenovela about High School in the US

Mexican actor Gonzalo Garcia Vivanco, who plays one of the leading roles in the telenovela "Relaciones Peligrosas" (Dangerous Relations), is delighted with his part in this groundbreaking production and its study of burning social issues. continue reading »

ARGENTINA: 10 Police Officers Charged With Raping a Teen Boy

Ten police officers were arrested Friday in the southern Argentine province of Chubut on charges of raping a 16-year-boy, authorities said. The arrests of the officers from th continue reading »