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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

Who’s To Blame for Drug War Violence in Mexico?

Earlier this month, a series of videos surfaced on the Web showing an interview between Mexico’s federal police and their biggest catch in months, Jose Antonio Acosta Hernandez. The 33-year-old Acosta, nicknamed “El Diego,” is believed to be the leader of La Linea, a group of assassins contracted by the Juárez drug cartel. continue reading »

Narco Blog: Man Found Tortured and Executed in Cancun

Representatives of the State Judicial Police confirm that the body of a man was found in a house under construction in the Blue Fractionation Bonampak Area in Cancun, Quintana Roo. continue reading »

New CDC Data Shows Increase in HIV Infection Amongst Young Latino Men

According to new HIV incidence data released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the overall number of new HIV infections has been steady from 2006 to 2009. continue reading »

In Case You Ever Wondered, it has Been Confirmed: Beto y Enrique aka Bert and Ernie Aren’t Gay!

Plaza Sésamo officials have dissipated the doubts: Beto y Enrique, as they are known in Spanish land, are best friends that happen to live together on Sesame Street, and not life partners. continue reading »

México Celebrates 100 Years of “Cantinflas” (VIDEO)

Charlie Chaplin once said that his Mexican counterpart was the funniest comedian alive. Celebrate with us 100 years of “Cantinflas” continue reading »

First Recorded U.S. Death from Vampire Bat Bite Kills 19-Yr-Old Migrant Farm Worker

The first recorded case of death from a vampire bat bite has occurred with the passing of a 19-year old migrant farm worker from human rabies. continue reading »

Christina Aguilera Set to be Part of Michael Jackson Tribute Concert in the Fall

Every day the organizers of the Michael Jackson tribute concert slated for the fall are announcing whom the super star cast of performers will be and today they announced Christina Aguilera’s name. continue reading »

George Lopez Leaves With a Bang: Eva Longoria, Arsenio Hall and Slash (VIDEO)

“López Tonight” ended last night with a hurricane of salsa, bleeps, celebrities and heartfelt thank you-s. Check out the highlights inside. continue reading »

‘People to People’ Travel Tours Start to Cuba

On January 28th President Obama reinstated ‘people-to-people’ travel to Cuba and yesterday inaugural trips started leaving Miami. Now everyday American can travel to the island nation if they are affiliated with a travel group promoting direction relations with the people of Cuba. continue reading »

Colombian “Corralejas” Leave One Dead, A Dozen Injured (VIDEO)

WARNING This video is not for the faint of heart. “Corralejas” are bullfights in which the public, is allowed to participate. continue reading »

Woman Pleads Guilty to Staging her Own Kidnapping in Guatemala In Order to Get Money from Family

A Virginia woman pleaded guilty in relation to a staged kidnapping in Guatemala, announced Assistant Attorney General Lanny A. Breuer of the Criminal Division, U.S. Attorney Neil H. MacBride for the Eastern District of Virginia and John V. Gillies, Special Agent in Charge of the FBI Miami Division. continue reading »

Evita Gets Broadway Revival, Ché Guevara to be Played by… Ricky Martin?

Producers Hal Luftig and Scott Sanders have cast Michael Cerveris as Juan Perón, Argentine Elena Roger as Evita and Ricky Martin as Che Guevara who narrates the play. continue reading »

J.Lo & Marc Anthony Spotted Together in the Back Seat of A Red Convertible

Almost a month after calling it quits, the couple reconvened in the back seat of a red Mustang. HS-News read their minds for you! continue reading »

LATINO BLOTTER: Popping Zits in McDonald’s Leads to Man’s Arrest

At some point everyone sees someone do something in public that is simply disgusting. For consumers at a Florida McDonald’s that someone was Owen Lemire Kato. continue reading »

Argentine Referee Pummeled by Whole Team Must Flee Stadium (VIDEO)

Watch as the fifth division Atlético Tostado team gangs up on the referee, who is forced to pull a Houdini to protect his life! continue reading »