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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

LULAC Warns That State and Local Funding Flexibility Act Will Further Disadvantage Minority

Today, the House of Representatives will mark up The State and Local Funding Flexibility Act, as introduced, will relieve any incentive of schools to commit federal dollars to low-income and historically disadvantaged students, and Native students. continue reading »

House Judiciary Committee to Look at Two Immigraiton Bills

Yesterday, the House Judiciary Committee took up two immigration bills that supposedly address community safety, but in reality are simply the latest attempts to restrict immigration and limit due process for immigrants. continue reading »

Number Of Mexican Immigrants Returning Home Dropped During Latest Recession, Rand Study Finds

Fewer Mexican immigrants returned home from the United States during 2008 and 2009 than in the two years prior to the start of the recession, a finding that contradicts the notion that the economic downturn has hastened return migration to Mexico, according to a new RAND Corporation study. continue reading »

Carlos Santana Love of Tequila Explains Why’s He One of Casa Noble’s New Owners

Casa Noble Tequila proudly announced that music icon Carlos Santana has joined the Board and is now one of the owners of the brand. This new change will allow Santana to be involved in the continued development of the brand which is already recognized as one of the finest handcrafted spirits in the world. continue reading »

Creating North American Development Bank Seen as Good Economic Opportunity for Border Economy

Action to bring economic development to the US Mexico border is making its way through Congress by the expansion and enhancement of the NADBank. The North American Development Bank (NADBank) was created out of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) in 1993 to address environmental concerns that the members of Congress had and ensure precautions and measures were taken to have environmentally sound region in the U.S.-Mexico border. continue reading »

Sheriff Arpaio Now Selling his Famous Pink Jail Undies, Available in English or SPANISH!

The $15 pink boxer shorts feature a sheriff star, and a “Go Joe” logo. continue reading »

Prince Confirms August Tour Dates in Brazil, May Announce More Dates in Latin America

The artist with a symbol for a name will headline the “Back2Black” festival in Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo. continue reading »

Mexican Futbol Star Andrés Guardado Sexcapades Online!

Pictures of the soccer player having cyber-sex with an Argentine model have been leaked. continue reading »

Streaker Gets Horned in San Fermin’s Run of The Bulls (VIDEO)

Taunting bulls in the nude. Daring, or just plain irrational? You be the judge! continue reading »

CONFIRMED Javier Bardem Will Be in The Next 007 Film

The Spanish actor will likely be the next Bond-villain in the 23rd bond, directed by Sam Mendes. continue reading »

STUDY: 32 Latino Celebrities Among Top 1,000 Facebook Fan Pages

Plus Three recently conducted a survey of social networking sites to determine the growth of this valuable media tool for Latinos. Among the more interesting findings, actress and singer Selena Gomez has passed a significant milestone on Facebook by surpassing Barack Obama with 22.5 million fans. A total of 32 Latino celebrities are among the top 1,000 Facebook fan pages, the survey finds. continue reading »

Galavision Scores Highest Ratings in Spanish-Language Cable History with U-17 World Cup

Univision Communications Inc., the leading media company serving Hispanic America, today announced that its exclusive coverage of the FIFA U-17 World Cup Final between Mexico continue reading »

What’s Happening with the DREAM Act?

What is happening with the DREAM Act this year? What work are states doing on DREAM? Is there any chance the federal government will pass the DREAM Act? continue reading »

US Immigration Removes Former Guatemalan Army Member Linked to 1980’s Massacre

A former member of the Guatemalan army whom witnesses say participated in a massacre there three decades ago that claimed at least 162 lives was deported to his native country Tuesday, capping an effort by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) to investigate the case and win the ex-commando’s removal from the United States. continue reading »

COPA AMERICA UPDATE: Messi Awake at Last While Maradona Crashes! (VIDEO)

The Argentines beat Costa Rica 3-0 and passed to the next round, 2 points behind the group leader, Colombia. continue reading »