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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

How Does Deportation Work?

Immigration policy is often discussed in sweeping, over-simplified terms. Beyond the op-ed commentary is the complicated reality of how an illegal alien travels from point A, their first contact with law enforcement, to point B, their country of origin. Discretion, logistics, and copious paperwork by law enforcement and judicial officials separate the two points. continue reading »

Brazil-Argentine Nuclear Disarmament Agency Celebrates 20 Years

Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today congratulated the Brazilian-Argentine Agency for Accounting and Control of Nuclear Materials (ABACC) for its 20 years of working for nuclear disarmament and non-proliferation. continue reading »

Rep. Smith Still Convinced Obama is Planning “Backdoor” Amnesty, Tries to Take (Unused) Power Away

U.S. Representative Lamar Smith from Texas (R-San Antonio) is still pushing to strip the Obama Administration of all immigration enforcement duties because he believes the president is setting up some sort of “backdoor” amnesty for undocumented immigrants. continue reading »

Watch New York Mets’ José Reyes Shortstopping Reggaetón Rhymes (VIDEO)

Take a look at the video of the Mets player with Voltio, Vakero, Poeta Callejero & Big Mato. What do you think? continue reading »

Marc Anthony Announces ‘I’m Single’, While Rumors of a J.Lo – William Levy Affair Steam Up

As Marc Anthony was performing in Colombia declaring himself single the gossip rumor mills were churning with reports that Jennifer Lopez cheated on him with Cuban-model William Levy. continue reading »

Maná Encourages Audiences to Take A Stand Against Racism (VIDEO)

Thursday night thousands of Latinos in Fairfax, Virginia were told by Maná's Fher Olvera to "never forget your roots." continue reading »

Number of Hispanics in Nursing Homes Rose by 54%, While White Population Declining

In the last decade, minorities have poured into nursing homes at a time when whites have left in even greater numbers, according to a new Brown University study that suggests a racial disparity in elder care options in the United States. continue reading »

Sheen Gets New Show While His Ex Goes for a Extreme Rehab in Cancún

The Lionsgate TV show will be based on the 2003 Jack Nicholson and Adam Sandler “Anger Management”. continue reading »

LATINO BLOTTER: Update -Grocery Store Clerk Indicted for Giving Semen-Tainted Yogurt to Shopper

The New Mexico man who allegedly gave a female grocery shopper a sample of yogurt with his semen in it was indicted Wednesday on federal charges. continue reading »

Weekend Wedding Crashers - Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber

Imagine you are getting married this weekend in California, your guests have survived Carmageddon and are enjoying the beautiful Malibur senet when you have a weekend wedding crasher. continue reading »

COPA AMERICA UPDATE: Paraguay Wins! Brazil Eliminated (VIDEO)

The Brazilians dominated the entire game but weren't able to score a single goal, even in the penalty kick tie-off! continue reading »

POLL:  Young Hispanics (18-29 Yr Olds) Prefer Spending Cuts Over Taxes by Close to 3-to-1

Generation Opportunity, the new, non-profit, non-partisan organization educating, engaging, and mobilizing young Americans 18-29 years old on the immediate and long-term economic challenges facing the nation – such as the lack of job opportunities and increasing debt and federal spending – is releasing telling new polling numbers on the views of young Hispanics. continue reading »

Peru’s Discloses Plans to Open ‘Uncontacted Tribes’ Land to Oil Companies

Peru’s Indian Affairs Department has revealed plans to open up uncontacted tribes’ reserves to oil companies – just days before the country’s new government takes office. continue reading »

Homemade, Bootleg Liquor Kills 21, Injures 103 in Ecuador

Authorities in the province of Los Rios, Ecuador are investigating the deaths of 21 people from homemade alcohol that appeared to be contaminated with methanol. continue reading »

Yoani Sánchez From Cuba: My Reasons for the Bridge

With regards to the new amendment presented in the U.S. Congress to restrict travel and remittances to Cuba. We lived in a dark time in 1992 and this daughter of a train engineer with no train had decided to drop out of high school. I got up early and told my mother. Hands on my head, screaming through the house, the dog barking in shock continue reading »