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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

U.S. Immigration Services Improves Access to Legal Counsel for Immigrants

During its nine-year history, issues have arisen with respect to restrictions on counsel by the Department of Homeland Security’s immigration agencies. Tuesday, in response to calls from the American Immigration Council and the American Immigration Lawyers Association continue reading »

Liberian Grounded Vessel Blocking Argentina’s Main Shipping Port

A Liberian-flagged vessel that ran aground last Tuesday near the port of Rosario, Argentina's main grain export hub, is blocking some 20 cargo ships from leaving the port, local media reported Sunday. continue reading »

National Latina Institute Applauds Obama Decision to Uphold Birth Control Coverage

This week, the National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health (NLIRH) celebrated the Obama Administration’s decision to require that health plans cover preventive health care, including birth control, with no co-pays. continue reading »

Newt Gingrich Promises Florida Primary Voters Peaceful End to Castro Regime in Cuba

Republican presidential hopeful Newt Gingrich, who has rebounded in recent voter surveys, promised Sunday that if he wins the U.S. presidency in November he will seek a peaceful end to the Castro dictatorship in Cuba. continue reading »

Marco Scutaro Leaves Red Sox for Colorado Rockies

Venezuelan shortstop, Marco Scutaro has been traded from the Boston Red Sox to the Colorado Rockies for pitcher Clayton Mortensen. continue reading »

1,300 Year Old Kiln Used by Ancient Zapotecs Discovered in Mexico

Mexican archaeologists have discovered in the southern part of the country a kiln used by the ancient Zapotecs to make ceramics more than 1,300 years ago, the National Anthropology and History Institute, or INAH, said. continue reading »

BREAKING NEWS:  Gabby Giffords Announces She Will Resign, Watch YouTube Announcement (Video)

Arizona Rep. Gabrielle Giffords just announced she is stepping down from Congress this week via a You Tube video. Watch it here. She thanks everyone for their prayers and tells everyone that she has more work to do on her recovery. continue reading »

Miracle: Futbolist Salvador Cabanas Makes Professional Comeback in Spite of Bullet Lodged in Skull

When futbol player, Salvador Cabañas was shot back on January 25, 2010 no one thought that he would survive the close range bullet to the head or that he would return to professional playing when the bullet remained in his skull. continue reading »

Shooting Spree in Guatemala Disco Leaves 5 Dead, 20 Wounded

At least five people were killed and more than 20 others wounded when gunmen armed with assault rifles opened fire at a disco in Villa Nueva, a city in the southern part of the Guatemala City metropolitan area, a National Civilian Police, or PNC, spokesman said Sunday. continue reading »

Selena and Justin Rock at Benefit Concert for UNICEF (VIDEO)

Selena Gomez rocked the House of Blues in West Hollywood this weekend at her concert benefiting UNICEF. The teen darling donned purple and blue streaks in her hair to greet her VIP guest list that included beau Justin Bieber, and gal pal Ashley Tisdale. continue reading »

WATCH J Lo Bashing Video Over her Fiat Commerical (VIDEO)

Poor J Lo, well actually she's not poor in the fiscal sense, can't cut a break first there's the disappointing rating for American Idol and now a anti-Iran organization is coming after her. continue reading »

Kate del Castillo Defends Free Speech, Calls Herself “Pretty Ignorant and Uncultured”

Mexican actress Kate del Castillo rejected comments by journalists on the "Tercer Grado" (Third Degree) program criticizing a letter she published on Twitter giving her thoughts on marriage, sex, religion and politics. continue reading »

6-Magnitude Earthquake Shakes Northern State of Chiapas in Mexico

A magnitude-6 earthquake shook the southeastern Mexican state of Chiapas on Saturday, although there were no immediate reports of damage or injuries, the National Seismological Service, or SSN, said. continue reading »

9 1/2 Ounce Latino Baby Survives and Now Ready to Leave L.A. Hospital

A Hispanic baby born 16 weeks prematurely, and considered one of world's tiniest babies ever to survive, has been released from a Los Angeles Hospital. continue reading »

Pregnancy of 11-Year Old Argentinian Girl Renews Debate About Legalizing Abortion in the Country

The case of a pregnant 11-year-old girl, whose mother asked a court to give her daughter permission to have her pregnancy interrupted - but later unexpectedly dropped the petition - has renewed the controversy in Argentina about legalizing abortion. continue reading »