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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

U.S. State Department: Trade Agreements With Panama, Colombia Will Create Jobs Here

From the U.S. State Department: The Free Trade Agreements that President Obama submitted to Congress today demonstrate our commitment to strengthen our economic leadership around the world. continue reading »

LIVE ON PBS:  Tune in to The Muppets Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month (VIDEO)

Celebrities Juanes and Sofía Vergara have joined the muppets in their celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month. Live at 10:00 am CDT on PBS continue reading »

WATCH Amazing Goal by Real Sociedad’s Iñigo Martínez (VIDEO)

Real Sociedad defender Iñigo Martinez scored an amazing goal from behind the halfway against Bilbao yesterday. Bilbao eventually won the match 2-1. continue reading »

Justin Bieber Receives Death Threats in Perú

A Facebook page calling for Justin Bieber's murder during his Perú tour date on October 17 has made over 1,000 followers! continue reading »

Largest Shrimp Cocktail Record Broken in Mazatlán México (VIDEO)

The largest shrimp cocktail ever, was made by 80 Mazatlán chefs, who joined forces to create a half a ton shrimp cocktail extravaganza! continue reading »

LATINO BLOTTER: High School Student Killed By Ex-Boyfriend Just Days After His Release From Jail

A California high school student is dead after being stabbed by her ex-boyfriend, police allege. Cindi Santana, 17, died at St. Francis Medical Center in Lynwood, California Friday night after police say her ex-boyfriend, Abraham Lopez, 18, stabbed her multiple times on South East High School’s campus in South Gate, which is just 15 miles from Los Angeles. continue reading »

DHL Sued by U.S. Government for Harrassing and Intimidating Hispanic Workers

The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission announced today that it has filed suit against DHL Global Forwarding for subjecting a class of Hispanic employees to continue reading »

Demi Lovato Tells “Billboard” Who her Real BFF’s Are

Demi Lovato told “Billboard” about two special friends that stood by there through her darkest moments, as she went through treatment. continue reading »

Spanish “Meeting Bowls” To Stay in Times Square Through The Fall (VIDEO)

The “Meeting Bowls,” the work of Madrid’s artist collective “Mmmm…” and the Times Square Alliance will stay in Times square until the beginning of winter to the job of many New Yorkers and tourists. continue reading »

Global Nonprofit Breastcancer.org Launches Spanish-Language Site

Today, global nonprofit Breastcancer.org announced the Spanish-language rollout of its website, a dedicated effort to bring the most up-to-date information continue reading »

20 Feet Long New Species of Crocodile Found in Colombia

University of Florida researchers have unearthed a new and enormous species of crocodile in a Colombian coal mine. continue reading »

Global Action Needed to Stop Deadly Drug Gangs Say Anti-Crime Experts

Warning that the solution to narcotics trafficking must be global in scale, the chief United Nations anti-crime official began a two-day official visit to Mexico, where tens of thousands of people have been murdered and mutilated in drug wars over the past five years. continue reading »

Check Out Enrique Iglesias “I Like How It Feels” (VIDEO)

Check out Enrique Iglesias new video that he directed himself with alot of famous Latino's doing cameo appearances. There is concert footage, there is Enrique partying and Enrique with his fun and famous friends. Check out George Lopez, Eva Longoria, Pitball and others singing with Enrique. continue reading »

Fashion Designer Isabel Toledo Stages 1st Runway Show in a Decade in Puerto Rico

This past week San Juan, Puerto Rico welcomed one of the most renowned Hispanic fashion designers of her time, Isabel Toledo. continue reading »

Number of Latinos Getting College Degrees Way Below National Average

Despite an important demographic shift across the United States, a limited proportion of Latinos are earning college degrees. While Latino youth now represent the largest minority group in K—12 U.S. schools and are the fastest-growing segment of students, Latino college completion stands at just 19.2 percent – far below the national average of 41.1 percent. continue reading »