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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

Gov’t Report:  Illegal Border Crossers Suspected in 30 Fires in Arizona

According to the U.S. Government Accountabiliyt Office, from 2006 through 2010, at least 2,467 wildland fires occurred in the Arizona border region. Of this number, 2,126, or about 86 percent, were caused by human activity. continue reading »

WATCH Enrique Iglesias & Pitbull Rock NFL Halftime Show (VIDEO)

Enrique Iglesias and Pitbull performed during halftime at the Dallas Cowboys Vs. Miami Dolphins football game on Thanksgiving. continue reading »

National Tequila Party Urges Passage of DREAM Act in Memory of Joaquin Luna’s Suicide

As we approach the one year anniversary of the failed 2010 DREAM Act vote, the National Tequila Party Movement -- a Latina female-led political movement is calling for United States Senators to pass the DREAM Act continue reading »

Number of Brazilians Dying of AIDS Decreasing, Though More Than 600k Still Infected With HIV

The mortality rate from AIDS in Brazil fell from 7.6 per 100,000 suffering from the disease to 6.3 between 1998 and 2010, but there are still 630,000 carriers of the HIV virus in the country, the Health Ministry announced Monday. continue reading »

Three Killed in Chihuahua City, Mexico - Unidentified Gunmen Escape

Two men and a woman were killed by gunmen as they drove down an avenue over the weekend in Chihuahua city, the capital of the like-named northern Mexican state, police said. continue reading »

Homemade Bomb Explodes in Santiago De Chile

A homemade bomb exploded Monday outside the military prosecutor's office in Santiago, but no injuries or damage were reported, Chile's Carabineros militarized police force told Efe. continue reading »

Infamous Murder Suspect Joran Van Der Sloot Sues Perú Govt, Vicitm’s Dad

Murder suspect Joran Van Der Sloot claims his human rights were violated when the Chilean government extradited him to Perú. He seeks $10M. continue reading »

Mexican American Mathematician Seeks a Place for Minorities in Science

Mexican-American mathematician Richard Tapia, recent recipient of the National Medal of Science, has dedicated his career to endowing women and minorities with scientific knowledge. continue reading »

Wife of Uruguay Soccer Coach Sprayed With Acid

Not far from her own home, Silvia Martínez (62), wife of Uruguayan soccer coach Oscar Tabárez was attacked by two men who sprayed a corrosive liquid on her face. continue reading »

Argentina High-School Teacher Distributes Her Own Sex Clip Among Students

A biology teacher from Junín accidentally pointed her pupils towards a folder containing videos of her sex-capades with another teacher, stored in a USB flash-drive. continue reading »

Undocumented Student Takes Own Life, Frustrated DREAM Act Not Passed (VIDEO)

Letters from an undocumented student provide the only window into the mind of a high school student who committed suicide fearing he had no future. continue reading »

Chile and Mexico Sign Crime Fighting Agreement

The attorneys general of Mexico and Chile signed a cooperation agreement to bolster efforts to fight transnational criminal organizations, the Mexican Attorney General's Office said. continue reading »

Bikini-clad Woman Holds Signs Asking for Help to Find MIssing Chihuahua

Sometimes the love of a pet can lead owners to do crazy things. Such the case of 20-year-old Arlene Mossa Corona, who took to the streets – or street, rather – to get her missing Chihuahua Chispita back. continue reading »

Spain Busts Gang Hiding Drugs in Babies’ Diapers

Spanish police broke up a gang that used children and babies to smuggle cocaine into Europe by hiding the drug in the youngsters' diapers. continue reading »

First Shipment of Venezuela’s Gold Reserve Arrives to Caracas

The Venezuelan central bank reported that about $300 million in gold was brought in to Caracas by plane and taken to the Central Bank Friday. continue reading »