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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

Economic Mobility Remains Out of Reach For as Much as 42% of Latino Youth

Latino youth are one of the fastest-growing segments of the population in the United States, poised to fill the workforce gap as millions of baby boomers retire over the next decade. continue reading »

MX Government Rescues 51 Migrant Hostages at Border, Chinese Migrants Amongst Them

Mexican authorities are reporting the federal police rescued 51 kidnapped migrants at a house in the border city of Reynosa, Tamaulipas, located across the border from McAllen, Texas. continue reading »

Spike TV’s Repo Games Crew Shot At by Crazy Latino

The brand new show got the scare of a lifetime, when a contestant opened fire, before he realized he was a contestant! continue reading »

Just Released Picture Of Juanes in The Oval Office

Juanes met President Barack Obama earlier this month at the White House just released the photo op. continue reading »

USDA Meets with Hispanic Farmers to Discuss Discrimination Claims

As part of continued efforts to close the chapter on allegations of past discrimination at USDA, Under Secretary for Marketing and Regulatory Programs Ed Avalos continue reading »

Mexican Girl Trying to Witness Royal Wedding not Allowed in the UK

Estíbaliz Chávez stood on hunger strike for 16 days in México before a kind hearted philanthropist took an interest and paid for her ticket. Now, she’s stuck in limbo, as she’s been denied access to the UK for the Royal Wedding. continue reading »

UN:  Housing at Risk as Brazil Prepares for World Cup and Olympics

An independent United Nations human rights expert today voiced concern about alleged displacement and evictions in various cities across Brazil as the country prepares to host the 2014 soccer World Cup and the 2016 Olympic Games. continue reading »

Dominican Republic First Lady Won’t Run After All

Dominican Republic First lady Margarita Cedeño, said today that she is withdrawing from the presidential race. continue reading »

Argentine Director Juan José Campanella To Produce Animated 3D Film

Juan Jose Campanella’s first animated venture, “Futbolín” is based on a short story by writer/cartoonist Roberto Fontanarrosa. The Argentine director won the best Foreign Film 2010 Academy Award for his breathtaking “El Secreto De Sus Ojos.” continue reading »

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to Host Merida Initiative with Mexico

As part of the broader strategic partnership between the United States and Mexico, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton will host the Merida Initiative High-Level Consultative Group continue reading »

Mexican Brothers Wanted for Mother’s Day Killing Caught In U.S., Now Deported

Two Mexican brothers wanted in their native country for a murder three years ago were turned over to Mexican law enforcement officials at the San Ysidro border crossing here Friday by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officers, four days after their capture in Monterey County. continue reading »

Traffic Cop Executed in Monterrey

Little after 5pm yesterday, a traffic cop of the municipality of Monterrey, Nuevo León was ambushed by an armed group while he was working transit on Lincoln St. continue reading »

Over 180 Nations Take Part in International Immunization Drive

Some 180 countries and territories are for the first time carrying out simultaneous United Nations-backed immunization campaigns this week, targeting diseases such as influenza, measles, polio and tetanus. continue reading »

Listen to “El Alcalde Bronco” The “Corrido” for the Mayor of García, Nuevo Leon (VIDEO)

Mayor Jaime Rodríguez Calderón has survived two drug cartel assassination attempts while in office. Now as a recognition of sorts, he’s gotten his own "corrido." continue reading »

Who’s This With the ‘Mow’erized Wheelchair? Please Say It’s Not a Latina (VIDEO)

Watch this (hopefully not Latina) woman add a few horsepower to her wheelchair! continue reading »