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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

STUDY:  The Longer Hispanic Immigrants Live in U.S. More Likely to Develop Health Problems

he longer they live in the United States, the more likely it is that Hispanic immigrants will develop health problems, a new study says. continue reading »

Daniel Ortega Wins Nicaragua Pres Elections, Otto Pérez Wins Pres in Guatemala

Former Army General Otto Pérez Molina won some 54% of the Guatemalan vote, while Ortega garnered 67% of the votes in Nicaragua, amid allegations of electoral fraud. continue reading »

Special Visas Give Wealthy Latin Americans Opportunity to Live in U.S.

For wealthy foreign-born businesspeople, waiting years for a U.S. visa may not be necessary if they are willing to invest at least $500,000 and create a minimum number of jobs in U.S towns. continue reading »

After 9 Hours of Deliberation, Michael Jackson’s Physician Dr. Conrad Murray Found GUILTY

A juror of 7 men and women have reached a verdict in the case against Dr. Conrad Murray, the man in charge of Michael Jackson’s health at the time of his death. continue reading »

Eva Longoria to Executive Produce Remake of Hit Novela “Soy Tu Dueña”

ABC is developing an English language version of Televisa’s hugest hit “Soy Tu Dueña,” with Eva Longoria as Executive Producer, and Jorge Zamacona writing. continue reading »

Cristiano Ronaldo Receives The 2011 Golden Cleat (VIDEO)

Real Madrid’s Cristiano Ronaldo was awarded the 2011 Golden Cleat Award on Friday for his whopping 40 goals throughout last season. continue reading »

‘Anonymous’ Forgets About Zetas, Attacks El Salvador, Colombia

Hacktivist group ‘Anonymous’ cancelled their Nov. 5th Operation against the Zetas, but their attacks on Latin American Governments, Police institutions and Ministries persist. continue reading »

Puerto Rican American Idol Winner Scotty McCreery Will be Part of Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade

"American Idol" winner Scotty McCreery will participate in America's favorite holiday tradition, the 85th Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. On Thursday, November 24, 2011 at 9:00 AM, the 85th Anniversary Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade® continue reading »

Eighth-Grade Student Nick Martinez Suspended For Hugging Friend in School

These days, schools are both praised and criticized for their zero tolerance policies, but the story of a young boy and girl in Florida suspended for hugging in school has many wondering if their Palm Bay school went too far. continue reading »

Miss Venezuela is Crowned Miss World 2011! (VIDEO)

21-year-old Ivian Lunasol Sarcos Colmenares from Venezuela was crowned with the title of Miss World 2011 last night in London. continue reading »

Suicide at Sea: Murder Suspect Takes Own Life En Route to Cuba

A Texas Latino was on the run after becoming the lead suspect in a Texas murder case, but with U.S. Coast Guard officers hot on his trail Friday, he chose to commit suicide rather than go in to custody. continue reading »

Check Out George Lopez Talking About His Foundation and CNN Heroes (VIDEO)

Watch George Lopez explains what his George Lopez Foundation is all about and why his special focus is helping young kidney patients. continue reading »

Seven Illegal Immigrants Being Held Hostage in Houston are Rescued

Seven undocumented immigrants were apparently being held until ransom was paid against their will in a residential area of Houston. continue reading »

Jenni Rivera’s Reality Show to Return While Working on New Project with Daughter Chiquis

mun2, the leading bilingual cable network, today announced that iconic Latin music superstar Jenni Rivera has signed a long-term, cross-platform production deal continue reading »

$150 Million Gift to Stanford University to Alleviate Poverty Expected to Benefit Latin America

The Stanford Graduate School of Business has established the Stanford Institute for Innovation in Developing Economies with a $150 million gift from Dorothy and Robert King, MBA '60 continue reading »