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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

WATCH Trailer for J Lo and Marc Anthony’s Q’Viva The Chosen (VIDEO)

“It’s probably gonna be the biggest thing that I’ve been involved with yet,” said Jennifer López of her new show! continue reading »

UPDATE: Latino Veteran Left Brain Dead After Being Tasered by Arpaio’s Arizona Police Has Died

The Latino Gulf War veteran who was left brain dead after suffering a heart attack after being Tasered by Arizona police has died. According to the attorney for Ernest Atencio's family, the 44-year-old was taken off life s continue reading »

Check Out Eva Mendes & Ryan Gosling Remake of The Night Before Christmas (VIDEO)

New couple Eva Méndes and Ryan Gosling star in this FunnyorDie.com holiday special, a drunken remake of the Night Before Christmas (NSFW) continue reading »

Puerto Rican Singer Luis Fonsi and Spanish Model Girlfriend Have their First Child

Puerto Rican singer Luis Fonsi and Spanish model Agueda Lopez have had their first child together, a little girl they named Mikaela. continue reading »

‘Piolin’ aka Tweety Bird Extradited from Mexico for Killing Federal Agent Zapata

Julian Zapata Espinoza, also known as "Piolin," (Tweety Bird) has been extradited from Mexico to the United States to face charges for his alleged participation in the murder of U.S. Immigration and Customs continue reading »

Gisele Bündchen Is Everywhere These Days

Gisele Bündchen, the “best paid super model in the world,” according to Forbes, is the face of Givenchy, H&M, Pantene and just landed a contract with Versace! continue reading »

Is this FedEx Driver a Lazy Latino or YouTube’s Latest Celebrity? (VIDEO)

After a customer posted clear video of a FedEx delivery person carelessly throwing the customer’s package over a fence and simply leaving, the video went viral. continue reading »

New Mexico Mom, Dad & Sons Charged with Smuggling Arms to Mexican Narcos

A complaint filed by the Justice Department and the District of New Mexico seeks to seize the assets of the Reese family of New Mexico, for allegedly selling firearms, ammunition and other supplies knowing they were being illegally sent to Mexico. continue reading »

WATCH: Uruguayan Hot-Momma Natalia Oreiro’s Naked Plea to Save Forests (VIDEO)

“Please Help My Unborn Child Known The Forests,” says Uruguayan singer, actress, fashion designer and activist Natalia Oreiro in this Greenpeace ad. continue reading »

MALDEF Sues Indiana Over Its Immigration Law SB 590

MALDEF has filed suit on behalf of La Union Benefica Mexicana, a Latino community and civic organization in Northern Indiana, against the State of Indiana to strike down two previously-unchallenged provisions of the State’s anti-immigrant law known as Senate Bill 590 (SB 590). continue reading »

U.S. Sued for Its Immigration Asylum ‘Clock’

A lawsuit alleges widespread problems with the asylum “clock”—the system that the government uses to determine when immigrants with pending asylum applications become eligible to obtain work authorization in the United States continue reading »

Members of Bolivian Evangelical Church Arrested After Exorcism Results in Death

A judge in the central Bolivian province of Cochabamba ordered two members of an evangelical group held after a young woman drowned during an attempted exorcism, police said Tuesday. continue reading »

UN Aims to Saves Lives in Amazon Through Use Of Plants & Food in Region

A United Nations book released today aims to provide people in the developing world with accessible knowledge of Amazon plants and foods they can use to improve their livelihoods. continue reading »

Another Christmas Without Justice For Hispanic Farmers

“The current treatment of Hispanic farmers by the Obama administration is both shameful and insulting. Does the Administration really expect enthusiastic support from Hispanic farmers during the upcoming election year while it continue reading »

Peru Receives $13 Million to Fight Child Labor from U.S. Labor Dept.

The U.S. Department of Labor's Bureau of International Labor Affairs has awarded a $13 million cooperative agreement to nongovernmental organization Desarrollo y Autogestión to combat exploitative child labor in Peru. continue reading »