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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

Selena Gómez to Compete in Perfume Business With Bieber!

The 18 year-old singer/actress perfume line will hit shelves next year. continue reading »

Gov. Snyder: Immigrants Coming to and Staying in Michigan are a Key to Helping the State’s Economy

Michigan Governor Rick Snyder says the state must do more to attract and keep immigrants in the Midwestern state. Monday, while speaking at an immigration continue reading »

José Canseco’s Latest: Loses Boxing Lawsuit, Must Pay $7,600

Canseco didn’t show to a hearing in which Celebrity Boxer Founder Damon Feldman was suing him. continue reading »

Salvador Allende’s Cause of Death (Suicide) Now Certified With Autopsy

An autopsy has revealed the Chilean president died of two shots fired from an assault rifle, held between his legs. continue reading »

PREMIERE TONIGHT: “South Beach Tow” Executive Produced by Jennifer Lopez (VIDEO)

From Executive Producer Jennifer López, “South Beach Tow” takes you inside the world of the Latino family owned Tremont Towing. continue reading »

39 Undocumented Aliens Found in PR in One Day, Those from Cuba Stay - Others Face Deportation

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agents arrested 39 undocumented aliens from Cuba, Dominican Republic and Ecuador yesterday, found illegally in the United States territory in four separate events. continue reading »

DORA Labeled 4th Hurricane of the Eastern-Pacific Season, Near Accapulco

The storm is centered about 240 miles south of Acapulco, with sustained winds close to 90 mph! continue reading »

The Case for Discretion and Proportionality in our Immigration System

It has long been the case that those responsible for carrying out and enforcing our nation's laws do so with a measure of discretion and proportionality. Every day, law enforcement officials and judges exercise discretion in charging and sentencing decisions, weighing differing priorities and social values, and matching punishments with crimes. Consequently, minors are treated differently in the criminal system, and traffic violators and murderers receive different punishments. continue reading »

EXTREME TRAFFICKING:  Serrano Peppers Shipment Contains Over 1,400lbs of Marijuana, Seized at Border

U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers at the Otay Mesa cargo facility Wednesday evening, discovered 1,420 pounds of marijuana in boxes of serrano chili peppers. On July 13 at about 6 p.m., a 27-year-old male Mexican citizen entered the cargo port driving a 2000 International tractor, pulling a refrigerated trailer with cargo manifested as chili peppers. A CBP officer noticed the driver’s nervous demeanor and referred the conveyance for an intensive examination. continue reading »

UN Condemns Killing of 3rd Mexican Journalist in One Month

The head of the United Nations agency tasked with defending press freedom has condemned the killing of a Mexican journalist, the latest addition to what she called “the long list of victims sacrificed at the altar of freedom of expression.” continue reading »

Mexico and Volkswagen’s 50 Year History Keeps Growing with New $400 Million Investment

At the launching of the production of the New Beetle, Mexico's President Felipe Calderon said that he was pleased to be in Puebla to begin a new chapter in the long history of successes Mexico and Volkswagen have jointly achieved over nearly 50 years. continue reading »

TONIGHT Don’t Miss “Biblioburro” on PBS (VIDEO)

Tune in to local PBS tonight at 10pm for a special airing of the incredibly heartwarming “Biblioburro: The Donkey Library.” continue reading »

Hot? Drink a McDonald’s Mango Pineapple Smoothie, Featuring Alejandro Chabán (VIDEO)

McDonald’s is trying to change its junk food image by offering healthier options, like fruit smoothies. continue reading »

Siempre Mujer and CNN en Español Team Up to Empower Latinas to Believe in and Follow Their Dreams

New Multi-Platform Program Will Leverage Siempre Mujer and CNN en Español. Leading Hispanic media properties Siempre Mujer magazine, the Spanish-language lifestyle magazine for women published by Meredith continue reading »

Dominican Republic Bans “Calle 13” Songs

The government alleges that the Grammy winning Puerto Rican duo’s lyrics incite violence, objectify women and promote drug use. continue reading »