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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

Spain’s Royal Son-in-Law Suspected of Diverting Public Money

Spanish prosecutors are investigating a possible diversion of public funds by a foundation once headed by Iñaki Urdangarin, who is married to Princess Cristina, the youngest child of King Juan Carlos and Queen Sofia. continue reading »

Utilities Turned Off in Homes of Alabama’s Undocumented Immigrants

A utilities provider in Alabama has begun turning off water, electric, and gas services to homes that cannot confirm they are legal residents of the United States. continue reading »

NC School District Vows to Eliminate Discrimination Against Latinos

One of North Carolina's largest school districts has pledged to end discriminatory practices against Hispanics, responding to a federal civil rights complaint filed by the Southern Poverty Law Center. continue reading »

Five Chile Fútbol Players Taken off The Team For Drinking, Violating Curfew

Coach Claudio Borghi removed 5 players from the national team after they returned to the team’s hotel drunk and 45 minutes past their curfew. continue reading »

Ship Remains off Panama Coast Could be Those of Sir Francis Drake

Ship wrecks recently discovered off the coast of Panama could possibly be the remains of the ship of Sir Francis Drake. Divers have gone below to check out two wrecks resting on the ocean floor of continue reading »

Angie Varona, Speaks Out About the Online Hack that Sent Risqué Photos of her to the Public

While the internet, camera phones, and social media are things the younger generations have grown up with, the story of Angie Varona is an example of what can happen when advanced technology is held in the hands of those who think their private photos are completely safe online continue reading »

Drunk Costa Rican Prison Warden Hits 12 Cars, Dodges Jail

‘La Reforma’ penitentiary’s warden Roland Herrera won’t go to jail despite having hit 12 cars while drinking and driving in a car that wasn’t his. To add to his problems, the woman he was with was not his wife. continue reading »

Drug Cartel Takes the Life of Fourth Blogger in Nuevo Laredo, Mexico

As the terrifying reign of drug cartels continues in Mexico, another blogger has been killed by gangsters for his reports of the cartels on social media sites. continue reading »

WATCH ‘Do The Mark Sánchez’ NY Jets’  Official Anthem (VIDEO)

Take a look at the official New York Jets Anthem, “Do the Mark Sánchez” performed by ADAMAZ and directed By Andrés Yepes. continue reading »

NARCO BLOG Brazilian Police Capture Rio de Janeiro’s Most Wanted Drug Kingpin

Antonio Bonfim Lopes, reputed boss of the drug gang that controls the sprawling Rio slum of Rocinha, was arrested by Brazilian police in the wee hours of Thursday. continue reading »

Nationals Catcher Wilson Ramos Kidnapped in Venezuela

24-Year old Wilson Ramos, the starting catcher for the Washington Nationals was abducted at gunpoint from his family’s home in Venezuela yesterday evening. continue reading »

Hispanic Veteran-Owned Businesses Growing the Economy

The United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC) recognizes the value that Hispanic veterans' efforts have had on our economic recovery. continue reading »

STUDY:  Dining Out a Family Experience for Latinos, Over 40% Go With Kids

The family orientation of U.S. Hispanics extends to restaurant dining, according to The NPD Group, a leading market research company. continue reading »

Four Killed in Violence Following Nicaraguan Election

Four people have been killed and 46 police officers injured over the last 24 hours in violence related to last weekend's election in which Daniel Ortega won another term as president of Nicaragua, authorities said Wednesday. continue reading »

Papal Trip to Cuba and Mexico Under Consideration for Spring 2012

Replying to questions raised by journalists, Holy See Press Director Fr. Federico Lombardi S.J. has announced that Benedict XVI is studying the possibility continue reading »