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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

JUST IN Aerosmith Concert Cancelled in Paraguay, Tyler In the Hospital

Steven Tyler, lead singer of Aerosmith reportedly fell in his hotel bathroom, and had to be rushed to an Asunción hospital. continue reading »

FIFA to Offer Cheap World Cup Tickets For Underprivileged Brazilians

FIFA Secretary General Jérôme Valcke said the association is working to provide unprivileged Brazilians with affordable passes to 2014 World cup games. continue reading »

Argentine Customs Officials Find 29,000 Doses of Viagra in Luggage

$65,000 dollars worth of illegal Viagra coming from Paraguay was intercepted by Customs officials in Buenos Aires. continue reading »

U.S. Officials Saying their Informants Have Successfully Infiltrated Drug Cartels

According to officials in both the U.S. and Mexico, U.S. law enforcement agencies have been able to increase their number of informants in Mexico in order to gain additional knowledge of the drug cartels south of the border. continue reading »

Selena Gómez and Justin Bieber, Becomes Parents to a Canadian Husky Puppy

Take a look at “Baylor” the newest addition to the Bieber-Gómez family; Selena had five from previous adoptions, Bieber only one, Sam. continue reading »

El Poder de TU Historia

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Oath of God

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Watch Demi Lovato Sing The Anthem at Last Night’s World Series Game 5 (VIDEO)

Demi Lovato opened last night’s Rangers VS Cardinals 5th world series game with a flawless rendition of the Star Spangled Banner; her team, the Texas Rangers defeated the Cardinals 4-2. continue reading »

Hurricane Rina Grows To Cat. 2 As it Approaches Yucatán Peninsula

The US National Hurricane Center said they expect Rina to become a major hurricane by Tuesday night, meanwhile it is wreaking havoc in Central American waters. continue reading »

Mexican Government Hands Out 6 Millionth Energy-Saving Light Bulb (VIDEO)

Mexico's President Felipe Calderón handed out the sixth millionth energy saving light bulb as part of his administration's Sustainable Light Program. continue reading »

‘You’ve Never Been a Mexican Short Woman’ Says Salma Hayek to Letterman (VIDEO)

Watch highlights of Salma Hayek’s hilarious appearance in the “Late Show” with David Letterman last night! continue reading »

Happy 130th Birthday, Pablo Picasso!

One of the most prolific and influential artists of the 20th century, Pablo Picasso was born 130 years ago in Málaga, Spain. continue reading »

Cultural Factors Increase Asthma’s Burden on Latinos Says Amer. Lung Association

The American Lung Association released a new report today, Luchando por el Aire: The Burden of Asthma on Hispanics, which provides an overview of research on the complex biological, continue reading »

ICE to Immigrants: “The Warrant is Coming Out of My Balls”

On the night of October 20, 2010, Angel Enrique and Jesus Antonio were in bed in their small, two-bedroom apartment in the Clairmont complex in Nashville. continue reading »

Paraguay Urged to Pass Laws Protecting Rights of Women and Indians

New laws are urgently needed in Paraguay to protect the rights of minorities, in particular women and indigenous people, a top United Nations human rights official has said, calling on the Government to scale up its efforts to stop discrimination and injustice towards these groups. continue reading »