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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

LATINO BLOTTER UPDATE: Virginia Butt Slasher Caught in Lima, Peru

The man believed to be behind the Virginia butt slashing attacks last year has been arrested in Peru. According to Interpol Peru, Johnny D. Guillen was apprehended in Lima on Friday. continue reading »

Gervais, Sofia, Antonio and Salma Get Laughs at 2012 Golden Globes (VIDEO)

Returning to award night, comedian Ricky Gervais had everyone laughing at each other as host of the 2012 Golden Globes, but it may have been the Latinos who stole the show. continue reading »

Dominican Mother and Daughter Amongst Those Rescued in Capsized Cruise Ship

Dominican Republic passengers Raysa Otanez and Rayrub Torres are enroute to their home country after surviving the capsizing of the Costa Concorida cruise ship. continue reading »

Mexican Border State of Coahuila Has 1,600 Open Missing Persons Cases

The government of the northern Mexican state of Coahuila said it has at least 1,600 open missing-persons cases, most of them involving organized crime. continue reading »

Mercedes-Benz Apologizes for Using Che Guevara Image in Promotional Presentation

Daimler AG has apologized for using the Che Guevara’s image in a promotion for luxury cars in a presentation in Las Vegas last week. Many were outraged to see the Argentine Marxist revolutionary Ernesto continue reading »

Founder of Spain’s Ruling Party & Franco’s Aid Manuel Fraga, Dies at 89

Manuel Fraga, a veteran Spanish politician and founder of the ruling conservative Popular Party, died at his home in Madrid, his family told Efe. He was 89. continue reading »

Remembering Martin Luther King’s ‘I have a Dream’ Speech (VIDEO)

As the nations celebrate all the good Martin Luther King did, what better way to remember him then through his 'I Have a Dream Speech.' The speech was given on August 28, 1963 at a march on Washington D.C. continue reading »

Former El Salvador Guerrillas Continue Occupation of Main Cathedral in Country

One day to go to commemorate the anniversary of the signing of the 20th "Peace Accords" in El Salvador and the main church of this country, the Metropolitan Cathedral of St. Salvador continues to be occupied by former veterans of the previous armed conflict. continue reading »

Los Aztecas Gang Members Arrested by Mexican Army

A leader and seven other members of the Los Aztecas gang, which is allied with the Juarez drug cartel, were arrested by Mexican army troops in Ciudad Juarez, located across the Rio Grande from El Paso, Texas, Defense Secretariat sources said on condition of anonymity. continue reading »

Italian Cruise Ship Victims Include 68-Year Old Spanish Tourist and Peruvian Crew Member

One of the two bodies found Sunday in the cruise ship Costa Concordia, which sank off Italy's Giglio Island earlier this weekend, is that of a Spaniard, officials said. continue reading »

Just In:  Jon Huntsman Expected to Withdraw from Republican Presidential Race, Endorse Romney

Former Utah Governor and Republican presidential contender Jon Huntsman is expected to announce he is withdrawing from the race sometime tomorrow. continue reading »

Spain’s Prado Museum to Now be Open 7 Days a Week

Spain's Prado Museum marks the start of a new era on Monday, when it will begin opening seven days a week and on Good Friday, allowing visitors to enjoy its world famous collection an additional 53 days a year and making it the European museum with the most operating hours at 3,542 annually. continue reading »

Guatemala Inaugurates New President - Gen. Otto Perez Molina

Retired Gen. Otto Perez Molina was sworn in as the new president of Guatemala for a period of four years (2012-2016) before nine heads of state and representatives of some 98 international delegations. continue reading »

J Lo and Marc Anthony United to Launch “¡Q’Viva! The Chosen”

At a Television Critics Association Breakfast hosted by UNIVISION in Pasadena, California, journalists got a sneak preview of the "¡Q'Viva! The Chosen" program, which will debut in the United States on January 28 at 7:00 p.m. (EST) continue reading »

Immigration Deports El Salvadoran Wanted for Murder, Making it 260th Removal of Foreign Fugitive

A man from El Salvador, who was wanted for murder in his home country, was deported and turned over to El Salvador officials on Jan. 6 by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) officers. continue reading »