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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

Do Shakira and Pique Have a Sex Tape?

Rumors are flying that Colombian singer Shakira and her boyfriend Gerard Pique are not only engaged, but also have a sex tape and that it could be released at any time. continue reading »

Demi Lovato Says ‘Adios’ to her 5.6 Million Twitter Followers

Demi Lovato is saying ‘Adios’ to her 5.6 million followers on Twitter – at least for now. continue reading »

Sen. Mark Kirk Undergoing Surgery After Weekend Stroke

Illinois Senator Mark Kirk is reportedly undergoing surgery after suffering a stroke over the weekend. A spokesperson for Senator Mark Kirk (R-IL) today released continue reading »

Comedy Central Comes to Latin America on February 1st

Today, Viacom announced the broadcast launch of Comedy Central Latin America across the region starting February 1, 2012. continue reading »

ABC’s ‘Brothers and Sisters’ Being Remade for Latin American Audiences

The Disney company is hoping to strike gold twice with its ABC ‘Brothers and Sisters’ television show. The now cancelled show is getting a Latin American remake with a Colombian version being produced. continue reading »

Margarita Nation’s Most Ordered Cocktail, Corona Best Selling Import Beer

What are the favorites drinks of choice when America goes cocktailing? It’s the margarita for mixed drink lovers and the Corona for beer lovers. continue reading »

Brazil Returns 47 Tons of Hospital Waste to the U.S.

Brazil has returned to the United States 46.6 tons of hospital waste that had been intercepted last October in the northeastern state of Pernambuco by customs agents, the Freight Terminal at the port of Suape said Sunday. continue reading »

Jennifer Lopez and Wilmer Valderrama Developing New TV Shows for MTV

MTV, Música y Más, the bilingual/bicultural cable network boost its original programming slate in 201 that include collaborations with Jennifer Lopez and Wilmer Valderrama. continue reading »

7 Killed, Others Injured When Gunmen Kills Mourners inside Chapel in Mexico

On Saturday night, January 21, a group of armed men burst into a chapel in the community of Corral Falso, in the municipality of Atoyac de Alvarez, and opened fire on the faithful who had gathered in prayer for the mass of a community continue reading »

U.S. Immigration Services Improves Access to Legal Counsel for Immigrants

During its nine-year history, issues have arisen with respect to restrictions on counsel by the Department of Homeland Security’s immigration agencies. Tuesday, in response to calls from the American Immigration Council and the American Immigration Lawyers Association continue reading »

Liberian Grounded Vessel Blocking Argentina’s Main Shipping Port

A Liberian-flagged vessel that ran aground last Tuesday near the port of Rosario, Argentina's main grain export hub, is blocking some 20 cargo ships from leaving the port, local media reported Sunday. continue reading »

National Latina Institute Applauds Obama Decision to Uphold Birth Control Coverage

This week, the National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health (NLIRH) celebrated the Obama Administration’s decision to require that health plans cover preventive health care, including birth control, with no co-pays. continue reading »

Newt Gingrich Promises Florida Primary Voters Peaceful End to Castro Regime in Cuba

Republican presidential hopeful Newt Gingrich, who has rebounded in recent voter surveys, promised Sunday that if he wins the U.S. presidency in November he will seek a peaceful end to the Castro dictatorship in Cuba. continue reading »

Marco Scutaro Leaves Red Sox for Colorado Rockies

Venezuelan shortstop, Marco Scutaro has been traded from the Boston Red Sox to the Colorado Rockies for pitcher Clayton Mortensen. continue reading »

1,300 Year Old Kiln Used by Ancient Zapotecs Discovered in Mexico

Mexican archaeologists have discovered in the southern part of the country a kiln used by the ancient Zapotecs to make ceramics more than 1,300 years ago, the National Anthropology and History Institute, or INAH, said. continue reading »