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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

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 »

Singer Alejandro Fernandez has Surgery- Expects to be Back on Stage Soon

Ranchera artist Alejandro Fernandez underwent knee surgery here to repair damage done last year in a skiing mishap in Colorado, his agents said. His publicist said the two-hour procedure at a Guadalajara hospital was successful and that Fernandez "is very calm and is resting with his family around him. continue reading »

Meet Town Bankrupted By Private Prisons Intended for Detainees (VIDEO)

The GEO Group, along with CCA (Corrections Corporation of America) are the two largest private prison and immigrant detention operators in the country. At an average rate of $200 per night/per inmate, private prison operators profit continue reading »

Mexico Accuses 9 of Baby-Trafficking Infants to Ireland

Authorities in the western state of Jalisco have nine people in custody as part of an investigation into a ring trafficking Mexican babies to Ireland. All of the arrests took place in Guadalajara, the state capital and Mexico's second-most-populous city. continue reading »

Immigrant Advocates Urge ICE to End Detention Pact with Arizona

Activists and organizations on Friday appealed to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement to stop housing detained immigrants at the Pinal County, Arizona jail. continue reading »

Argentina Soccer Hooligans Storm Hospital, Enraged by Death of One of Their Own

An Argentina hospital was overrun by a group of soccer hooligans looking for a patient accused of killing a member of their group. Thursday, at least a dozen soccer hooligans associated continue reading »

Kidnapped 9-Year Old Calysta Cordova Flees Kidnapper, Found Bruised & Battered

9-year old Calysta Cordova of Colorado, who went missing on Thursday, has been found safe after fleeing her kidnapper. continue reading »

Modesto, Calif. Police Officers Photographed in Uniform With Scantily-Clad Women

California police officers may be in trouble after photographs of them posing in uniform with scantily clad women who pose both next to and on their police vehicles. continue reading »

Brazilian Appointed UN Biodiversity Chief

Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has appointed Braulio Ferreira de Souza Dias, a national of Brazil, as Executive Secretary of the Secretariat of the United Nations Convention continue reading »

20-Year Brazilian Pro-Racer Kills Pedestrian in Miami, Cops Smell Booze & See Coke Dust on Nose

20-year old Brazilian car driver, Joao Paulo Escudero Mauro, is facing multiple charges for fatally striking a pedestrian in Miami. continue reading »