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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

Estimate: 12 Million Mexicans Ready and Willing to Cheat on Their Spouse

Some 12 million married Mexicans of both sexes are dissatisfied with their sex lives and open to the idea of cheating, according to estimates by the operators of a Web site continue reading »

POLL: Latinos Charlie Sheen and Snooki “Least Wanted” at Holiday Celebrations

OMG! polled over 1,000 of it users, and as it turns out, Snooki and Chuck Sheen are the two celebrities readers would not take home for the holidays, even gift-wrapped. continue reading »

FOUL PLAY! Goalie BITES Striker’s FACE (VIDEO)

Deportivo Motorkart goalkeeper, Gabriel Orozco couldn’t handle the tension of the semi-final match against Recreativo Estrellas and went Dracula on Nicolás Cardinal! continue reading »

WTF: Tom Cruise and Duchess of Alba on Red Carpet in Spain?

Take a look at the Duchess of Alba snuggle to Tom Cruise at the red carpet premiere of Mission Impossible 4 “Ghost Protocol” in the Spanish capital. continue reading »

Are Cameron Diaz and Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs Dating or Just Each Other’s Booty Calls?

Actress Cameron Diaz and rapper/music mogul Sean “Diddy” Combs are once again denying they are a couple after they were reportedly seen in close quarters affectionately touching each other. continue reading »

Ramón Medeiros Isn’t The Biggest Loser -Show Crowns New Winner

Ramón Medeiros might not have won this season of TBL, but he lost 154 pounds and found love in contestant Jessica Limpert. The Biggest Winner? You know it. continue reading »

EXTREME TRAFFICKING:  Cocaine Found Stashed Inside Peeled and Resealed Plantains

Plantains are a Dominican Republic staple, consumed at any stage after harvesting - green, semi-ripe or over ripe - and now drug smugglers have found yet another use for them. continue reading »

Hispanic Catholic Bishops Urge via Letter Campaign For ‘Humane’ Immigration Reform

There are 33 Catholic Bishops of the United States of America, of Hispanic origin, who have called for "a fair immigration reform, humane and effective" continue reading »

UN Needs $7.7 Billion to Help 51 Million People in Distress Globally

The United Nations and its partners today called for $7.7 billion to provide humanitarian assistance to 51 million people in 16 countries over the course of next year, launching the largest appeal in two decades. continue reading »

6 Million Faithful in Mexico Pray for Virgen de Guadalupe While Receiving News Pope Will Visit

Pope Benedict XVI announced his next pastoral visit to Latin America during the "Misa Criolla" celebrated the afternoon of December 12, in St. Peter's for the feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe continue reading »

King of Spains Says “Very Hard Times” are in Spaniards’ Future

Spain's King Juan Carlos said Tuesday that his country is facing "very hard times," calling on Spaniards to "win the battle" against high unemployment and consolidate "the definitive victory" over terrorism. continue reading »

Testimony Before Congressional Ad Hoc HB56 Hearing on Alabama Crisis

Mary Bauer from the Southern Poverty Law Center gave testimony to Congress about the Alabama crisis and suggested that we share it. I don’t think anyone else has so clearly described the situation down there. continue reading »

Mayor Antonio R. Villaraigosa to be Honored by NALEO

The National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO) Educational Fund will host a tribute reception in honor of Los Angeles Mayor Antonio R. Villaraigosa continue reading »

Executives Charged in U.S of $100 Million Bribery Scheme Involving Argentine Government Officials

Eight former executives and agents of Siemens AG and its subsidiaries have been charged for allegedly engaging in a decade-long scheme to bribe senior Argentine government officials to secure continue reading »

Journalists in Honduras Beaten by Cops at Protest

Several people were beaten by police and troops here Tuesday during a protest to demand justice for the 24 journalists murdered in Honduras over the last eight years, including 17 slain since January 2010. continue reading »