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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

UPDATE: Anti-Technology Group in Mexico IDed in Campus Bombing that Injured 2 Professors

"Individuals Tending to the Savage," a Mexican anti-technology group admitted responsibility for Monday's explosion in Monterrey's Institute of Technology State of Mexico campus. continue reading »

Mexicans Seeking Asylum: A Facet of U.S.-Mexican Political Entanglements

A young policewoman feels trapped living in abysmal despair after fleeing a Mexican town near the border. She attempted to uphold the law in a society fed by narco-violence, but faced insurmountable opposition. Now, her only escape hinges on the uncertainty of the U.S. legal system. continue reading »

National Labor Relations Board Lacks Authority to Award Backpay to Undocumented Immigrant Workers

The National Labor Relations Board has ruled that a 2002 U.S. Supreme Court decision compels the conclusion that the Board lacks remedial authority to award backpay to undocumented immigrant workers whose rights have been violated under the National Labor Relations Act, even in cases where their illegal status was known to the employer at the time of hiring. continue reading »

¡Felicidades! Ecuador on Your 202th Year of Independence

Today, all of Ecuador is celebrating and rejoicing its 202-year old independence from Spain. The Spanish arrived in the 1500’s and stayed for nearly 300 years as it colonized the region and enslaved native populations. continue reading »

Colombian Indigenous Groups Selling Crafts Thanks to Unique UN Program

Sixty indigenous families in Colombia are selling handicrafts in the capital, Bogotá, to cater to an influx of fans attending the ongoing youth soccer World Cup tournament as part of a United Nations-backed initiative to alleviate poverty. continue reading »

WATCH Real Madrid Take on Team of 109 Chinese Youngsters (VIDEO)

With a tiny opponent for every year of the club’s existence, Guangzhou children treated the team to a farewell match, at the end of the Real’s Asian tour. continue reading »

Colombia’s National Soccer Coach QUITS After Punching Female Heckler Who Was Also His Date (VIDEO)

Hernán Darío “El Bolillo” Gómez has voluntarily quit after a wave of criticism for punching a woman outside a Bogotá bar. continue reading »

LATINO BLOTTER: NYPD Catches Pint-Sized Latino Subway Groper (VIDEO)

Eighteen-year-old José Alfredo Pérez Hernández was taken into custody for allegedly inappropriately grabbing at least 12 women in the Subway system continue reading »

LATINO BLOTTER: Two Men Arrested For Death of Girl Stabbed 30 Times

Two Hispanic men believed to be involved in the fatal stabbing of a North Carolina girl have been arrested, and prosecutors say the victim was stabbed 30 times. continue reading »

LATINO BLOTTER: Arizona Man Shoots His Manhood Off With Pink Gun

Police in Az. Are urging people to use holsters, and avoid using their waist bands, like the very unfortunate Joshua Seto. continue reading »

Kenny Ortega to Direct “Dirty Dancing” Remake

Can anyone forget the 1987 epic dance film that made Patrick Swayze an immortal dance icon? So therefore it's very exciting news, as Ortega choreographed and invented the grinding style of “Dirty Dancing” which made the original a cult film. continue reading »

$9.95/Month Internet Access Offered by Comcast to Low-Income Families

Comcast has announced a new $9.95/month internet package for low-income families. This initiative is not as altruistic as it might look but rather part of the company’s continued efforts to meet the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) mandates on their merger with NBC. continue reading »

WATCH New Video for Christina Aguilera and Maroon 5’s “Moves Like Jagger” (VIDEO)

After performing it live at "The Voice" back in June, and on the "Today Show" Friday, Aguilera and Maroon 5 have released the official video! continue reading »

UPDATE:  61- Yr Old Swimmer Abandons Efforts to Swim From Cuba-to-Florida after 29 Hours (Video)

UPDATE: 29 hours in her incredible journey swimmer Diana Nyad abandoned her effort at 12:45 am this morning to swim the 103-mile trek from Cuba-to-Florida. continue reading »

INFOGRAPHIC: Where Does our National Debt Come From?

One of the fundamental things to understand when considering the debate about reducing our national debt is how we accumulated so much in the first place. To explain the impact various policies have had over the past decade, shifting us from projected surpluses to actual deficits and, as a result, running up the national debt, the White House has developed a graphic for you to review and share: continue reading »