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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

Watch Susan Boyle and Simon Cowell Dance the Jarabe Tapatío (VIDEO)

Más vale tarde que nunca, better late than never, they say, so here, enjoy this Cinco de Mayo gem, in September. continue reading »

Undocumented Immigrant Nearly Scammed Out of $3 Million Lottery Winnings

Three men have been accused of cheating an undocumented immigrant out of $3 million in lottery winnings, after the victim’s lawyer says his client was convinced by the men that he could not collect his winnings and faced deportation if he came forward. continue reading »

Bolivia Bans Cars For “Day of The Pedestrian” (VIDEO)

The first ever “Day of the Pedestrian” in Bolivia was celebrated in most of the country with parades and outdoor activities for peoples of all ages. continue reading »

Colombia Set to Cut Its Carbon Emissions

The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) will support a $10.5 million project to set up a system of Verified Emissions Reductions (VERs) in Colombia, with the aim of cutting over half a million tons of carbon emissions over four years through a voluntary trading system, among other measures. continue reading »

NCLR Finds Barriers to Quality Preschool Education for Hispanic Children

The U.S. Department of Education recently released the “Race to the Top—Early Learning Challenge” application, marking a $500 million investment to improve the quality of early learning programs for children across the country. continue reading »

Make Sex Fun

Making love, having sex, being wild and adventurous should never be boring and never overshadowed by fear. As an adult, it’s your right to enjoy your sexuality to its fullest in whatever manner you deem appropriate for you whether by yourself or with another consenting adult. continue reading »

In Jane Fonda Memoir:  Biggest Regret was Never Sleeping with Che Guevara

Well the actual quote in a new book about the movie star is: “My biggest regret is I never got to f*** Che Guevara.” continue reading »

Something to Think About:  U.S. Farmer Can’t Find U.S. Citizens to Replace Immigrant Labor (VIDEO)

As the annual sweet corn harvest season ends, Colorado farmer, John Harold has learned something very interesting as it relates to the immigrant labor work ethic. When the season started in July Harold decided not to hire legal Mexican migrants with a H2A visas but opted to hire locally. He was motivated to do so seeing the local unemployment rate at 9.8%. With that decision he saw lines of applicants but few that could do the work and even fewer that stayed to do the work. continue reading »

Los Rakas is Rockin the Bay Area (VIDEO)

Los Rakas is originally from Panama. They came to the US in their teens with their “camisetas bordadas” or fly embroidered tank tops. But now the two cousins are making it big with their own twist on continue reading »

Negotiations Begin on U.S.-Mexico Transboundary Energy

Representatives from the United States and Mexico met in Washington, DC, on August 30 and 31 to begin formal negotiations on a transboundary energy agreement. The agreement is intended to govern the disposition and regulation of hydrocarbon reservoirs that cross our international maritime boundary. continue reading »

Presidential Contenders, Romney and Perry, Speak Out About Immigration over Labor Day Weekend

As the Republican contenders for the Presidency get ready for their Labor Day debate two of them made comments on the issue of immigration over the weekend. continue reading »

Rafa Nadal Collapses at Press Conference After Winning at US Open (VIDEO)

Spanish tennis sensation, Rafael Nadal, experienced such severe cramping on Sunday that he collapsed during a post-game press conference at the US Open. After beating his opponent David Nalbandian, Nadel attended a press conference where he was seated and in mid-sentence was under some type of distress and stopped speaking. continue reading »

HS News Pays Tribute to The American Worker this Labor Day

Labor Day, the first Monday in September, is a creation of the labor movement and is dedicated to the social and economic achievements of American workers. It constitutes a yearly national tribute to the contributions workers have made to the strength, prosperity, and well-being of our country. continue reading »

Ricky Martin Meets with Uruguayan President to Discuss Child Trafficking Issues

This week Ricky Martin met with Uruguay’s President, Jose Mujica wearing his child-advocacy hat to promote awareness of child slavery and children in the sex trade. The Puerto Rican singer was in the country as part of his ‘Musica+Alma+Sexo” 2011 tour. From here the singer is heading to Argentina, the longest leg of his tour, for 7 days of performances. The Ricky Martin Foundation advocates for the well being of children around the globe in critical areas of social justice, education and health while its principal mission to bring attention to trafficking of children. continue reading »

Spanish Top Foreign Language Studied but Not Tops for Business

Top business publication, Bloomberg, has come out with their list of the most useful foreign language for business and Spanish did not make the top three. continue reading »