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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

A Near Majority of Hispanic Adults Do Not Get Recommended Preventive Health Services

Critical gaps exist between older Americans who receive potentially lifesaving preventive services and those who do not, according to a new report from agencies of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. continue reading »

Every Day More Bars and Restaurants In Argentina use “Alcohometers”

Since the launch of the 'alcohometer' machine three months ago, 103 establishments in Argentina have already made them available to customers. continue reading »

Mayan Prophecy Predicted Massive Earthquake for Almost Same Time Japan’s Earthquake Occurred!

Apparently, the Mayans predicted the Earthquake in Japan and therefore many fatalists are asking, could 2012 be the real deal? continue reading »

Donald Trump’s Comments About Canal Make him “Persona Non Grata” in Panama

According to Panamanian officials, Trump told CNN that the United States had "stupidly" handed over the Panama Canal to the country "in exchange for nothing." continue reading »

Many Latin Americans Among the Missing in Japan After the Devastating Tsunami

As officials in Japan continue to seek survivors from the devastating tsunami many foreign nationals remain missing, including those from the Latin American region. continue reading »

Naked Bicycle Protest in Peru (VIDEO)

Citizen's of Lima, rode their bikes in the nude to protest against road rage, and lack of security in the streets. continue reading »

Untimely: UCLA Student’s Poised Racist Rant Against Asian People (VIDEO)

We don't know what is more disturbing, this girl's rant, or the fact that she claims to reach epiphanies through reading political science theory. HS News wants to know what the hell are they teaching out their at UCLA??? continue reading »

A BAD DAY: Peruvian Soccer Player Gets Crotch Grabbed and Gets Yellow Carded Himself! (VIDEO)

Almost twenty minutes into the second half of Wednesday's match between Peñarol from Uruguay and Peru's LDU Quito, a foul play lead to some touchy-touchy action.... continue reading »

Money Transfers to Latin America and Caribbean are Poised to Rise This Year

Remittances to Latin America and the Caribbean are likely to rise this year after stabilizing during 2010, although a weaker dollar and higher inflation are reducing their purchasing power in many countries, according to the Inter-American Development Bank’s Multilateral Investment Fund (MIF). continue reading »

PERSONAL FINANCE: FREE IRS App to Track Refund- Download Here

RS2Go is an IRS-developed app designed to help taxpayers in several ways. The app lets taxpayers check on the status of their refund, sign up for helpful tax tips or get the most recent IRS Twitter feeds. Download IRS2Go, then connect with the IRS whenever you want, wherever you are. continue reading »


The presence of undocumented immigrants in the United States has increasingly led to a passionate and polarizing debate, characterized by worrisome and inaccurate portrayals of immigrants, particularly during the November 2010 continue reading »

Latinos Pivotal to Population Growth in Arizona for the Last Decade

Latinos were pivotal to the population growth in Arizona in the last decade, comprising nearly half (48%) of the overall increase in residents since 2000, according to a National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO) Educational Fund analysis of newly released Census 2010 data. continue reading »

Selena Gomez, Taylor Swift & Other Celebrities Focus on Clean Drinking Water for Children Worldwide

Celebrities from the worlds of music, film, television and sport have joined with the U.S. Fund for UNICEF to engage consumers in a conversation about the lack of access to safe, clean water for nearly 900 million continue reading »

Hispanic Standout:  Chicago’s Marty Castro Appointed Chair of U.S. Commission on Civil Rights

On the heels of President Barack Obama appointing Chicago attorney and prominent Hispanic business man, Marty Castro to the Commission on Civil Rights, he was appointed the chair person of the Commission via an affirmation vote at the Commission's first meeting. continue reading »

U.S. Contractor Alan Gross Found Guilty in Cuba

The pleas of the U.S. government and Alan Gross fell on deaf ears in Cuba. After a two-day trial, a Cuban court found the 61-year old contractor guilty of crimes against the island nation and sentenced him to 15-years in prison. continue reading »