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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

Who Needs a Fancy Setting When Singing a Song from ‘Desperado’ Makes You This Happy? (VIDEO)

While we don't know exactly who this guy is, he seems to be enjoying himself. He's singing "Cancion del Mariachi" made overwhelmingly popular by Antonio Banderas in the movie "Desperado". continue reading »

7,500 Rounds of Ammunition About to be Smuggled to Mexico Seized at Border

U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers assigned to the Tucson Field Office, a component of CBP’s Joint Field Command – Arizona, arrested a man for attempting to smuggle nearly 7,500 rounds of ammunition into Mexico yesterday. continue reading »

Alabama Sued for Requiring Proof of Citizenship for Marriage Licenses

In a class action lawsuit filed yesterday, the Southern Poverty Law Center challenged a policy of the Montgomery County Probate Office in Alabama and probate offices across continue reading »

The Great Deporter by Hector Luis Alamo,Jr.

As a young progressive Latino studying ethnic relations at the University of Illinois-Chicago, no one was more ecstatic than I when in 2008, Barack Obama – Chicago’s hometown hero touted as Lincoln incarnate – became the first Black president of the United States continue reading »

Record Cocaine Seizure in Barcelona Port – Hidden in Coffee Shipment (VIDEO)

The Spain's Guardia Civil is reporting the attempted smuggling of 625 kilos (almost 1,400 pounds) of cocaine in a freight container from Brazil. continue reading »

STUDY: Since 9/11 Hispanic Immigrant Marriages to U.S. Born Rose

Marriages between Hispanic immigrants and U.S.-born natives have risen since Sept. 11, 2001, as immigrants have looked for alternative ways to stabilize their lives continue reading »

Scary – World Population to Reach 7 Billion on Halloween Day

In five days, world population is projected to reach 7 billion. How we respond now will determine whether we have a healthy, sustainable and prosperous future continue reading »

Embarrassing Moments During Sex

When you make love, nothing ever goes wrong sex is wonderful; you orgasm together every time; every experience is like a little slice of heaven; every touch awakening the senses like continue reading »

Colombian “Peace Community” Nominated for Sakharov Human Rights Prize (VIDEO)

The Colombian town of San José de Apartadó has been nominated for the 2011 Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought, for their “resilience and dedication to the high values of peace and justice.” continue reading »

Oh, Mary Jo. What is Wrong With You? Santa Fe Woman Receives 6th (and 7th) DUI

Mary Jo Chavez has been arrested for seven DWIs, yet somehow she has managed to keep herself behind the wheel of a car. The 48-year-old was arrested August 19th, and charged with her 6th DWI since 1998. continue reading »

Cowboys QB Tony Romo and Wife Candice Crawford are Expecting (VIDEO)

During a drug prevention event at a Texas high school, Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo announced he’s going to be a father soon! continue reading »

Manchester City Fines Carlos Tévez A Million Euros For Refusing to Play

In a move unheard of in English Soccer, the Manchester City team suspended Argentine Carlos Tévez for 2 weeks and fined him with more than a million Euros. continue reading »

Spain Censors Lesbian Love Scenes in New Eva Longoria Film (VIDEO)

The Spain distributor of “Without Men” has cut all lesbian scenes off the film, including love scenes between Eva Longoria and Kate del Castillo. “Without Men” tells the story of a journalist (Christian Slater) who stumbles upon a Latin American village ruled by women while investigating a story. continue reading »

Obama Promotes Student Loan Forgiveness – Hurray Say Latino Students

As President Obama said, “in the United States of America, no one should go broke because they chose to go to college.” That's why the Administration is moving forward with ways to help reduce the burden continue reading »

Hurricane Rina to Impact Cruise Ships Heading Toward Mexican Ports

Hurricane Rina that is barreling its way toward the popular Mexican resort city of Cozumel is going to impact more than a dozen cruise ships in the area. continue reading »