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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

Obama Promotes Student Loan Forgiveness – Hurray Say Latino Students

As President Obama said, “in the United States of America, no one should go broke because they chose to go to college.” That's why the Administration is moving forward with ways to help reduce the burden continue reading »

Hurricane Rina to Impact Cruise Ships Heading Toward Mexican Ports

Hurricane Rina that is barreling its way toward the popular Mexican resort city of Cozumel is going to impact more than a dozen cruise ships in the area. continue reading »

Mr. and Mrs. Luna’s Wedding Crashed by Haboob Dust Storm (VIDEO)

Meet Gustavo and Jenniffer Luna, the Florence, Arizona couple who tied the knot amidst a massive cloud of dust. continue reading »

Dominican Republic: One in Ten Murders Committed by Police, Accused of Brutality

More than one in ten of all murders in the Dominican Republic, a popular Caribbean tourist destination, are committed by the police, Amnesty International said in a new report today. continue reading »

Man Upset With Lack of Meat in Chalupa, Throws Bomb at Taco Bell

A Taco Bell customer in Georgia was so angry about the quality of his purchase that he tossed a fire bomb at the building. Albany, GA police responded to reports that the outer wall of a Taco Bell was burned just to the side of the drive-thru window. continue reading »

International Aid Coming to Flood-Ravaged El Salvador

United Nations aid agencies are ramping up their efforts to provide shelter, food and health care to El Salvador, which is facing one of the greatest disasters in its history as heavy rains continue to cause severe flooding across Central America. continue reading »

For 20th Consecutive Year UN General Assembly Calls for End to US - Cuban Embargo

The General Assembly renewed its call, for the 20th consecutive year, for an end to the economic, commercial and financial embargo imposed by the United States against Cuba for the past half century. continue reading »

Staying Connected and Protected This Halloween- Safety Tips

As the seasons turn, kids are seeking out the coolest costumes, prepping for haunted Halloween happenings and of course planning to score bags and bags of trick-or-treat candy. However, families need to make sure their children are prepared and not scared as they go out into the Halloween nigh continue reading »

Luxury Private Plane Stolen and Flown out of Dominican Republic Prompting TSA Investigation

The Dominican Civil Aviation Institute (IDAC) and state security bodies are investigating the theft of a private plane from La Isabela International Airport in northern Santo Domingo. continue reading »

Catholic Church’s Critical Role in Bolivian Indigenous March

After 65 days since the beginning of the indigenous march and confrontation with the government, President Morales has decided not only the definitive suspension of the construction continue reading »

Global Criminals Laundered $1.6 Trillion in Illegal Cash, Drug Trafficking Most Lucrative Enterprise

Criminals may have laundered around $1.6 trillion in 2009, one fifth of that coming from the illicit drug trade, according to a new report by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC). continue reading »

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 »