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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

WATCH: Latin Lovelies of Victoria Secret Angels Perform ‘Moves Like Jagger (VIDEO)

Check out Alessandra Ambrosio, Adriana Lima and the rest of the Victoria’s Secret angels perform ‘Moves like Jagger” at the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show 2011. continue reading »

Christmas Letters to Obama by Immigrant Children - Stop Deporting our Parents

Most kids at this time of year get ready to write letters to Santa Claus, but many children of undocumented immigrants now prefer to write President Barack Obama continue reading »

The Biebs is Bing’s Most Searched Person of 2011, J Lo #5, Selena #11

Search engine Bing’s list of ‘most searched’ celebrities of 2011 is topped by singer Justin Bieber; Jlo, who didn’t make it to last year’s top 50, jumped to #5 in 2011. continue reading »

‘Glee’ To Get Español Lessons From Señor Ricky Martin

Puerto Rican singer Ricky Martin is in negotiations to make a guest appearance as a Spanish Teacher, early next year in an episode of Fox’s ‘Glee’. continue reading »

More Than 3,500 Children Work to Support Families in Bolivia

The Bolivian families of low income force many children to work as a shoeshine, peddlers, window washers, carters. continue reading »

American Latino Museum Needs You

The Friends of the National Museum of the American Latino is reaching out to its supports to help secure the location for the museum. This initiative is being done before the continue reading »

Puerto Rican Government Under Fire For Expensive Trips

Puerto Rico's main opposition Democratic Popular Party, or PPD, is denouncing Gov. Luis Fortuño's administration for allowing traveling officials to fly first-class and stay in luxury hotels even as the island suffers from recession and a jobless rate above 16 percent. continue reading »

Another Narco Tunnel Found in Nogales, 100 Feet into Mexico

The Tucson Sector Border Patrol, a component of the Joint Field Command-Arizona, discovered another illicit tunnel yesterday in Nogales, just six days after their earlier find of a smaller tunnel in the same town. continue reading »

Man Charged with Lying on Immigration Application, Conceals Ties to El Salvadoran Army & 6 Murders

A Massachusetts man was charged today in federal court with making false statements on immigration forms and committing perjury in order to remain in the United States. continue reading »

Cargill Charged with Discriminating Against Latinos & Other Applicants, Could Lose Federal Contracts

The U.S. Department of Labor's Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs has filed an administrative complaint against federal contractor Cargill Meat Solutions, alleging that the company systematically continue reading »

Judge in Chile Looking for US Navy Man Connected to 1973 Killing of Americans

A Chilean judge is seeking the extradition of a retired U.S. Navy officer in connection with the deaths of two other Americans here in the wake of the 1973 military coup that brought Gen. Augusto Pinochet to power, court officials said Tuesday. continue reading »

LATINO BLOTTER: Police Looking for Latino Male Who Rammed Car into Firefighter After Fight (VIDEO)

Police are looking for the Latino man responsible for the injuries that sent a California firefighter to the hospital in critical condition after an altercation at a fast-food restaurant. continue reading »

Andy García, Eva Longoria Shooting Film in The Dominican Republic

Andy Garcia, Eva Longoria and Forest Whitaker are currently in the Dominican Republic to film part of the action/suspense thriller "The Truth," Diario Libre newspaper said Tuesday. continue reading »

Spanish Commission Seeks to Have Franco’s Body Moved to New Site

A blue-ribbon commission created by Spain's Socialist government on Tuesday recommended that the body of dictator Francisco Franco be removed from the Valley of the Fallen to make the site a true memorial to victims of the 1936-1939 civil war. continue reading »

U.S. Border Fence Being Extended 300 Feet into the Pacific

A $4.3 million upgrade is being given to the U.S.-Mexico border fence which will now extend hundreds of feet into the Pacific ocean. Along Imperial Beach, the steel, 18-foot fence continue reading »