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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

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 »

Brazilian Actress Adriana Ferreyr Suing Billionaire George Soros. Get The Dirty Details Here!

It’s a novela, this one; complete with lies, shattered hearts, broken promises, $2M apartments, slapping, a bed scene gone awry, glass cuts and stitches. continue reading »

Democratic California Rep. Xavier Becerra Named to Deficit-Cutting Super Committee

California Democrat, Xavier Becerra has been named by House Minority Leader, Nancy Pelosi to sit on the powerful deficit-cutting super committee. He and two other Democratic lawmakers were the final names added to the bi-partisan panel entrusted to reduce the U.S. budget deficit by $1.5 trillion this fall. continue reading »

Could the Legendary Chupacabra be This Minnesota Roadkill? (VIDEO)

No half eaten cabras were found near this weird late mammal spotted by drivers on a Minnesota county road. continue reading »

George Lopez Opens Up About His Cancelled Late Show on TBS (VIDEO)

Watch George López deliver his colorful second from last monologue and announce that TBS pulled the plug on “López Tonight.” continue reading »

EPA Orders Puerto Rico’s Lead Smelting Facility to Reduce Air & Water Pollution

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has taken legal action against the Battery Recycling Company, Inc. requiring the company to take multiple actions to reduce the pollution of air and water from lead at its Arecibo, Puerto Rico facility continue reading »

Nation’s Most Comprehensive Bilingual Digital Literacy Program Launched

Officials from the White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for Hispanics and the State of California today joined Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and impreMedia publisher Monica Lozano to participate in the launch of Club Digital, the nation's most comprehensive bilingual Internet training program. continue reading »

Minority Farmer Advisory Committee to Hold Its First Meeting Today

This Thursday and Friday, August 11-12, the members of USDA's Minority Farmer Advisory Committee will meet for the first time to discuss efforts to increase minority participation in Department programs and services. continue reading »