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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

Camila Vallejo, the Face of Chile’s Student Revolution (VIDEO)

In only 2 months, the 23 year-old leader of the student protests in Chile has received countless death threats while keeping Chile’s government in check. continue reading »

During Hurricane Irene Many Wondered, Who Is Miguel Bloombito and What Does ‘He’ Want? (VIDEO)

Just as New York and the rest of the East Coast were preparing for Hurricane Irene, with announcements from NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg coming out in both Spanish and English, one person was having a little fun at the mayor’s expense. continue reading »

To Commemorate LA’s “Immigrant Pride Month,” Immigrant Rights Activists Celebrate at Dodger Stadium

Earlier this month, the Los Angeles City Council passed a resolution making August 2011 “Immigrant Pride Month” in to provide “a positive counter example to the current anti-immigrant policies in many states like Arizona, Georgia, and Alabama.” continue reading »

5 Arrested in Casino Royale Firebombing in Mexico, More Suspects Sought

The government of the state of Nuevo Leon is announcing the arrest of five suspects in the firebombing of the Casino Royale in Monterrey, Mexico. The police have yet to site a motive and continue to search for other suspects. continue reading »

Meet Amado Boudou. Argentina’s Next Rock ‘n’ Roll Vice-President (VIDEO)

Don’t be fooled by his Harley-Davidson enthusiast outfit, this 47 year-old rock star and current Economic Minister has been chosen to be the next Vice-President of Argentina! continue reading »

Zoe Saldana Set to Star and Produce another Thriller “Dominion”

Zoe Saldana is not resting on her “Colombiana” success and recently announced another project “Dominion”. She apparently likes to stick to what she knows and what her audience expects to see her – action thrillers. continue reading »

Three Arrested in First Ever Twitter Terrorism “For Each Zeta Killed a Child Will Die”

Mexican authorities have arrested three men in the first ever Tweet terrorism case over the weekend. The three men were arrested in the state of Veracruz for tweeting about attacks that the vicious drug cartel Zetas would be carrying out. continue reading »

Another Mass Grave Found Near Mexico City, Contains Bodies of Missing Police Officials

An anonymous letter led Mexican authorities to a mass grave in the State of Mexico in the municipality of Zinacantepec near Mexico City. Thus far the police have recovered five bodies but they are expecting to find up to 23 or more. continue reading »

Justice Dept Settles Immigration Discrimination Case Against Indiana Manufacturer

The Justice Department today reached a settlement agreement with Kinro Manufacturing Inc. in Goshen, Ind., resolving allegations that the company engaged in a pattern or practice of discrimination against work-authorized non-citizens in the employment eligibility verification process. continue reading »

Puerto Rican Senator Roberto Arango Resigns After Naughty Ass Photos Surface

The Republican Puerto Rican Senator, Roberto Arango, has resigned after some very inappropriate nude photos surfaced on an iPhone application for gay and bisexual hook ups surfaced. continue reading »

USA Defeats Brazil to Become Women’s World Prix Volleyball Champs

The heavily favored Brazilian womens volleyball team went home defeated, which was not expected, when the USA Volleyball Women’s National Team defeated them in the World Grand Prix today. continue reading »

Vote for Your Favorite 2011 NCLR ALMA Award Winners Here

You can now vote for your 2011 ALMA Award winners here. The ALMA Awards will be co-hosted by Eva Longoria and George Lopez to pay tribute to Latino performers promoting positive images of Hispanics. continue reading »

Yale University Study:  Do Hispanic Women Have Different Type of Breast Cancer?

Yale University researchers will examine biological factors in Hispanic women in hopes of one day developing a test to detect breast cancer very early, with research funding announced today by Susan G. Komen for the Cure. continue reading »

Governor Perry Sends Obama a $350 Million Bill for Housing Illegal Immigrants in Texas Jails

Republican Presidential contender and current Texas Governor Rick Perry earlier this month sent a letter to the Department of Homeland Security asked to be reimbursed approximately $350 million of housing illegal immigrants in Texas prisons. continue reading »

Join us This and Every Sunday At HS-News Open Mic

Your backstage pass to HS-News showcase of emerging and established Latino musical talent. continue reading »