1. Skip to navigation
  2. Skip to content
  3. Skip to secondary content



Blog Entries by HS News Staff

Former Panamanian Dictator Gen. Noriega May Have Suffered a Stroke

Former dictator Gen. Manuel Antonio Noriega, who has been in prison in Panama since last December, was transferred on Sunday to a hospital in this capital with a diagnosis of continue reading »

Mexican “Vaccine” Against Heroin Addiction to be Ready in 5 Years

Mexico's government said a "vaccine" against heroin addiction, which it patented this week, will be ready for human use in roughly five years. During a working visit to the northern border city of Ciudad Juarez, Health Secretary Salomon Chertorivski said all the laboratory experiments have already been carried out on rats and "the next step is testing on humans." continue reading »

What does Romney mean by “Self-Deportation” for the 8.8 Million Undocumented Hispanics in the US?

When he was asked about his plan to deal with illegal immigration, Republican front runner Mitt Romney said: "The answer is self-deportation, which is people decide they can do better by going home because they can't find work here because they don't have legal documentation to allow them to work here. And so we're not going to round people continue reading »

Animal Rights Activists Protest Bullfighting in Colombia

Some 180 half-naked people with banderillas attached to their backs put themselves "into the bull's hide" in the northwestern city of Medellin by positioning themselves to form the word "stop" to demand an end to bullfighting in Colombia. continue reading »

Football NOT Futbol - NFL Eyes Regular Season Games in Mexico

The National Football League is looking to play a regular season game in Mexico, a country that has become the league's priority market in Latin America, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said. In addition to playing regular season games in Britain, the league wants to expand into Latin America, focusing on Mexico, as part of its international expansion strategy, the commissioner said. continue reading »

Up Close One Year Later: Startling New Photos of Brazil Uncontacted Indians Released

Survival International has released close-up pictures of uncontacted Indians, exactly a year after aerial photos from Brazil astonished the world. The new photographs taken in south-east Peru show an uncontacted family from the Mashco Piro. continue reading »

Cuba Gov’t Denies Exit Visa for Dissident Blogger Yoani Sanchez for 19th Time

The Cuban government has again denied dissident blogger Yoani Sanchez ( regularly seen in HS News) permission to leave the country, which on this occasion she requested for a trip to Brazil where she was invited to the premiere of a continue reading »

Contamination from 1966 H-bomb Accident in Spain to be Cleaned up by U.S.

Spanish Foreign Minister Jose Manuel Garcia-Margallo said Friday that the U.S. government pledged quick action to remove radioactive soil from a town in southern Spain where three hydrogen bombs landed after a mid-air collision in 1966. continue reading »

Score a Goal for John Paul in MX - National Collection Drive is Launched in the U.S. for Rosaries

Victor John Mooney, executive director of Queens, New York based – South African Arts International, hopes that 100,000 pilgrims will kick an official 2010 World Cup Match Ball into a goal on a portable soccer field. “With each goal, our plan is to give pilgrims a rosary and a refreshing cup of coca-cola”, said Mooney. continue reading »

How to Prepare for the Citizenship Interview Some applicants are exempt from taking English test

The citizenship interview is an important step toward becoming a naturalized U.S. citizen, but it can also be one of the most stressful ones. That's because it involves a meeting with a federal agent, not to mention taking and passing an English language comprehension and a Civics test. continue reading »

Mexican Human Rights Activist’s Norma Andrade Face Slashed by Attacker

Mexican human rights activist Norma Andrade suffered a knife wound to the face in an attack in this capital and has been hospitalized, officials said. An unknown assailant attacked Andrade at around 8:00 a.m. Friday while she was walking her granddaughter to school, a spokesman for the Mexico City District Attorney's Office told continue reading »

Banderas Asks Mexicans to Join Fight Against Child Sexual Exploitation

Spanish actor and producer Antonio Banderas made a call from Mexico for everyone to join the fight against child sexual exploitation, something that, he said, affects not only underdeveloped nations but everyone continue reading »

Tigres del Norte ft. calle 13 - “America”  WOW! (VIDEO)

Los Tigres del Norte (English: The Tigers of the North) is a norteño-band ensemble based out of San Jose, California, hailing from Rosa Morada, Sinaloa, Mexico. We hope you enjoy this Video- We did! continue reading »

Felicidades Bacardi on Your 150th Birthday

Family-owned Bacardi Limited officially marks the 150th anniversary of the founding of the Company and its iconic BACARDI® rum brand on February 4 with activities around the world honoring the world's favorite rum brand. The continue reading »

How to Fix a Broken Border: Disrupting Smuggling at Its Source

This week, the Immigration Policy Center releases How to Fix a Broken Border: Disrupting Smuggling at Its Source. This perspectives paper is part two of a three-part series by former Arizona Attorney General Terry Goddard. continue reading »