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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

Porn Star Turned Celeb Manager Gina Rodriguez Drops Octomom Saying She’s “Unmanageable”

TMZ is reporting that Octomom Nadya Suleman’s management team, lead by ex-porn star-turned-manager Gina Rodriguez, has dropped her and taken down her UStream, Facebook, and Twitter accounts. continue reading »

Forest Fires Continue to Rage through Chile, Officials Battling 24 of Them

Two dozen forest fires continue to burn in different parts of Chile, while another 18 have been contained and 16 have been extinguished, authorities reported Tuesday. continue reading »

Efforts to Save Ecuador Rainforest Attracts Stars like DiCaprio, Raises $116 Million

When environmentalists, conservationists and those simply opposed to oil drilling in Ecuador’s Yasuni National Park were told they had to raise $3.6 billion by 2024 and make scheduled payments to stop it, many worried it could not be done. continue reading »

Have the Remains of Missing Boater David Hartley Been Found in Mexico??

Professional fisherman, Alton James, is reported to have found skeletal remains on Falcon Lake, specifically on the Mexican side of this dual border lake. continue reading »

Check Out Pitball’s “Latinos in Paris” His Version of ‘Niggas in Paris’

Check Out Pitball's "Latinos in Paris" His Version of 'Niggas in Paris'. continue reading »

Victor Cruz-ing to NFL Stardom

New Yorker’s are thanking an unlikely hero, Victor Cruz, for the Giants slot in the N.F.C. East conference. Thank to this Puerto Rican wonder, who helped authored the 31-14 win over Dallas Cowboys yesterday. continue reading »

In Mexico 41 Children Disappear Every Day

In Mexico 41 children disappear every day. According to UNICEF, over the past 5 years over 75 000 children have gone missing, of whom about 20,000 are victims of traffickers. continue reading »

2011 Bittersweeet Year for Latino Immigrants in Texas

For activists and defenders of human rights in Texas, 2011 will be remembered for a rash of bills against illegal immigration in the state legislature and, in response, the fight to protect immigrants. continue reading »

Deported from Chicago Hospital, Undocumented Quadriplegic Dies in Mexico

An undocumented immigrant who was paralyzed in a construction accident and deported in 2010 against his will to Mexico because he could not pay his Illinois hospital bill died over the weekend, activists confirmed to Efe on Monday. continue reading »

Salma Hayek Knighted in France, Named to Legion of Honor

Mexican actress Salma Hayek, the wife of French magnate Francois-Henri Pinault, was named a Knight of France's Legion of Honor, the government said Monday. continue reading »

Mario Vargas Llosa Honored in Dominican Republican, Praises Country’s ‘Hold’ on Democracy

Nobel Prize for Literature laureate Mario Vargas Llosa said on Wednesday, December 28, 2010 upon receiving an honorary degree from UNSPEC, that the Dominican Republic has become an example for Latin America continue reading »

Wife is Sole Suspect After Argentine Governor Dies From Gunshot to the Face

Susana Freydoz is the sole suspect being investigated in connection with the death of her husband, Rio Negro Gov. Carlos Soria, who was shot in the face after a New Year's Eve party, an Argentine prosecutor said Monday. continue reading »

49 Kidnappings per day occurred in Mexico in 2011 up 32%

An average of 49 kidnappings per day occurred in Mexico in 2011, marking a significant increase from the prior year, the Council for Law and Human Rights, or CLDH, said. continue reading »

US and Mexico Deport 44,000 Hondurans in 2011

United States and Mexican authorities deported in 2011 some 44,000 Hondurans who had left their country to find work so they could help their families, officials said Saturday. continue reading »

Brazil has More Than One Million Child Workers, Plans to Eliminate Practice by 2020

According to the latest figures of the population census conducted by the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE), over a million children aged between 10 and 14 continue to work in the country, despite government measures against child exploitation. continue reading »