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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

Marc Anthony Takes to Twitter, Confirms Relationship With Venezuelan Model Shannon De Lima

Just as his ex-wife Jennifer Lopez has been making the news for her current relationship, Marc Anthony, 43, is now joining the headliner with his own relationship status. continue reading »

Senator McCain to Republicans ‘We Have to Fix Our Problems with the Hispanics’ (VIDEO)

If anyone is still listening to senior (not to be confused with senile) Senator John McCain then you would of heard some prophetic words on the relationship between Republicans and Latinos. continue reading »

How Did Texas Runaway Jakadrien Turner, 15, Get Deported to Colombia?

A Texas runaway who disappeared in 2010 was discovered to have been wrongfully deported to Colombia by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). Now, the 15-year-old’s family is demanding answers, but it seems more questions are being raised instead. continue reading »

Chipotle Overcomes Immigration Issues – Stock Rises 59% in 2011 & On Goldman’s Buy List

Back in 2010 Chipotle Mexican Grill was audited by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) resulting in hundreds of workers being let go from the restaurant’s continue reading »

University of California Settles Charges It Discriminated Against Immigrant Employees

The Justice Department today reached agreement with the University of California San Diego Medical Center, resolving a complaint filed on Dec. 6, 2011, continue reading »

Woman Dies from 15-Inch Vaginal Penetration, Gavin Yepa Now Faces Life in Prison

Yesterday afternoon, FBI special agents arrested Gavin Yepa, 26, a member and resident of Jemez Pueblo, on a criminal complaint alleging a sexual assault continue reading »

Fighting Forest Fire, Argentine Pilot Survives Crash

The pilot of a plane being used to fight a forest fire in Chubut, a province in Argentina's Patagonia region, survived a crash on Wednesday, officials said. Firefighters found the pilot, continue reading »

Celebrity Apprentice, Miss Universe Dayana Mendoza Chooses Latino Commission on AIDS as Her Charity

The Latino Commission on AIDS announced it is honored to be Miss Universe 2008 Dayana Mendoza’s Charity Choice for the 2012 Celebrity Apprentice TV Show. continue reading »

Romney the DREAM Killer - By Hector Luis Alamo, Jr.

Former Massachusetts governor and current GOP presidential frontrunner Mitt Romney has vowed to veto the DREAM Act if he’s elected president. “The question is, if I were elected and Congress were to pass the DREAM Act, would I veto it, and the answer is yes," Romney told a group of voters in Le Mars, Iowa, during a campaign stop on Saturday. "For those that come here illegally, the idea of giving them in-state tuition credits or other special benefits, I find to be contrary to the idea of a nation of laws." continue reading »

117 Children Murdered in Colombia in 2011, Over 40% Under Age of 5 Years-Old

In 2011 117 children were murdered in Colombia, 41 of them under 5 years of age. This is what emerges from the statistics, sent to Fides, on the toll statements released at the end of 2011 concerning violent deaths in America. continue reading »

Narco Boat Loaded with Marijuana Seized Off California Coast, 10 Arrested

Ten people are in custody following the predawn interdiction Wednesday of a Mexican "panga" boat loaded with more than a ton of marijuana along the Ventura County coast north of Los Angeles. continue reading »

STUDY:  Hispanics Holiday Shopped on Their Mobil Devices to The Tune of $5.15 Billion

U.S. Hispanic Consumers spent more than $5.15 billion during this year’s holiday season on mobile devices, illustrated in a new INFOgraphic, Hispanic Holiday Mobile Survey 2011 by Zpryme. continue reading »

Auto Sales in Brazil Reach Record High

More than 3.63 million new cars, pick-up trucks, vans, large trucks and buses were sold last year in Brazil, an increase of 3.63 percent over 2010 and a new record, the Fenabrave distributors' association said Wednesday. continue reading »

Dying Man Ignored by People in Mexican Bank- Business Goes on as Usual

A 65-year-old man died from an apparent heart attack while standing in line in a Mexico City bank as other customers and most of the employees ignored what was happening, officials said. Julian Vives Leon, who was identified by his brother, died on Tuesday, the Federal District Attorney's Office said. continue reading »

Gloria Estefan First Female to Debut on No. 1 Spot on Latin Billboard

Singer Gloria Estefan has become the first female artist to debut in the No. 1 spot on Billboard Latin Songs in the 25 years since the chart was created, Billboard said Wednesday. continue reading »