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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

Happy Holidays from Vazquez Sounds, Hear Them Perform “All I Want For Christmas is You”  (VIDEO)

Watch and listen to Los Vazquez Sounds' cover of Mariah Carey's holiday favorite "All I Want For Christmas Is You". The siblings recently signed a record deal with Sony Music continue reading »

Club World Cup Final, the Much Anticipated Barça VS Santos (VIDEO)

The best soccer team in Europe, and the best in South America will clash Sunday in a Club World Cup Final that is a duel between Neymar and Leo Messi. continue reading »

First International Exhibit from Spain Premieres at Mexico’s National Gallery

Mexico's President Felipe Calderón inaugurated the exhibition on “Treasures of Spain’s Royal Palaces: A Shared History,” the first international exhibition at the National Gallery. continue reading »

U.S. Opens Oil and Gas Drilling Site in Gulf of Mexico

President Barack Obama's administration announced that it will hold a major auction of oil and gas leases in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico. In a statement, the continue reading »

Brazil Making Inroads to Ridding Latin America of Deadly Parasite Chagas Disease

A new drug tested in Brazil will increase the chances of cure for more than 90% of infants who are infected by Chagas disease, parasitic disease, endemic in 21 Latin American countries, which each year cause many victims more than malaria. continue reading »

Immigration Showdown in Arizona by Hector Luis Alamo, Jr.

On Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court confirmed that it will hear arguments in June concerning Arizona’s controversial immigration measures, the infamous SB 1070 signed into law by Gov. Jan Brewer in April 2010. continue reading »

U.S. Concerned About Cuba’s Increasing Repression Especially During Human Rights Week

The U.S. Government is deeply troubled by reports of increased repression by the Government of Cuba against Cuban citizens peacefully expressing themselves. continue reading »

Puerto Rican Police Convicted as a Narco Security Force, One of 88 Indicted

A former police officer of Puerto Rico has been convicted by a federal jury in San Juan, Puerto Rico, for his role in providing security for drug transactions, continue reading »

Univision Morning Show Personality to Host New Weight-Loss Program

Alfonso "Poncho" de Anda, co-host of Univision morning program "Despierta America (Wake-Up America)," is the host of "Dale con ganas" (Give It All You've Got!), a weight-loss reality show set to premiere next month on the network. continue reading »

“We’ll Get There Together. Immigrants Make Us Stronger.” New North Carolina Billboards (VIDEO)

Religious and community leaders in North Carolina on Tuesday began a support campaign for immigrants by placing billboards in the state's main cities. continue reading »

MALDEF Sues Texas For Inadequate Education of Latino Children in State

Today, against the backdrop of the Dr. Jose A. Cardenas Early Childhood Center – located in the school district at the center of MALDEF’s first landmark school continue reading »

Albert Pujols’ Wife Tells Radio Show Cardinals Fans Were Deceived About Team’s Offers to Husband

The wife of former St. Louis Cardinal’s player Albert Pujols is claiming that Cardinals fans were led to believe that the team had concrete offers for her husband when that was not the case. continue reading »

Televisa acquires piece of Spain’s ‘La Sexta’ production company

Once the deal is completed, Televisa will become a shareholder of a firm that is "the main provider of audiovisual content and services for the media and entertainment industry in Spain and one of the most important in the Spanish-speaking world," the Mexico City-based company said. continue reading »

Latino SAG Nominees

The Screen Actors Guild has just announced its nominations for the SAG Awards 2012–widely thought to be a sort of map to next year's Oscars. Inside, the Latino Nominees. continue reading »

Rigoberta Menchú‘s Grand-Nephew Shot in Guatemala

A grand-nephew of 1992 Nobel Peace Prize winner Rigoberta Menchu was wounded in a shooting incident in the northern Guatemalan city of Coban, the indigenous leader said Wednesday. continue reading »