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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

Dialogue Continues on U.S.-Brazil Global Partnership

In their Joint Statement of March 19, 2011, Presidents Barack Obama and Dilma Rousseff called for regular meetings of the major U.S.-Brazil bilateral dialogues. continue reading »

JUST RELEASED New Song by Bruno Mars, Eminem and Royce da 5′9″ (VIDEO)

The new song "Lighter" features Eminem and Royce da 5′9″ rapping and Bruno doing the chorus. Don't miss the upcoming Bad Meets Evil EP, Hell: The Sequel, out on shelves June 14 continue reading »

Someone Just Punched Leo Messi In The Face!

It happened today after a lunch with two friends in his hometown of Rosario, Argentina. continue reading »

Puerto Rico Based Artists Allora & Calzadilla Arrive at Venice Art Biennale (VIDEO)

Puerto Rico based artists Allora & Calzadilla have arrived at Venice Art Biennale. The pair represent the US in the monumental exhibition, with six pieces that incorporate interactive sculpture, performance, and sound elements. continue reading »

LATINO BLOTTER: Loquita Cuts Up Ex-BF, Buries Body in Yard & Flower Pots in “Gardening Project”

In suburban Los Angeles, a woman was arrested after police discovered she was wheeling around a trash can full of human remains. The San Bernardino County police arrested Carmen Montenegro, 51, continue reading »

Chilean Anarchist’s Bomb Goes Off, Alights Him and Its All Caught on Video (VIDEO)

22 Year old Luciano Pittronello was severely injured by the explosion of the artifact he was planting in front of a Santiago bank and the entire incident was horrifyingly caught on video. continue reading »

Russell Pearce Recall Scores 18,315 Signatures and Counting, Let the Battle Begin

Citizens for a Better Arizona, the group spearheading the effort to recall the powerful state Senate President, made history today, turning in 18,315 signatures to the Arizona Secretary of State's Office, more than double the 7,756 signatures required by law for a recall election. continue reading »

Coors Light Ad in the Bronx Offends Puerto Rican Community

Coors has missed the mark on Latino marketing. A new ad campaign by Coors for the upcoming Puerto Rican Parade has ignited a controversy that has offended many Puerto Ricans living in the Yankee Stadium section of The Bronx. continue reading »

Univ. of Notre Dame to Prepare Hispanics & Other Minorities for Corporate Directorships

Chicago United, an advocacy organization comprised of racially diverse CEOs and executive level management who champion corporate diversity and inclusion, continue reading »

First Day to Nominate Latin Talent for J Lo and Marc Anthony’s ¡Q’Viva! Show

As part of their transcontinental quest to find the world’s most extraordinary talent across North and South America for ¡Q’VIVA! THE CHOSEN, the greatest live show ever to celebrate Latin music continue reading »

Paquita la del Barrio Robbed and Carjacked in Guanajuato, MX

Paquita la del Barrio was robbed and carjacked in Guanajuato, Mexico. Though there was no major violence, the singer had to walk 1.5 miles on the side of the road for help! continue reading »

Del Toro and Gris Grimly’s Pinocchio is no Disney Cutie!

Take a peek into the brand new look of the puppet that wishes to be a real boy! continue reading »

Latino Heroes Rescue Singer Sean Kingston After Jet Ski Accident (VIDEO)

Over Memorial Weekend, Jamaican singer Sean Kingston was in a terrible water craft accident, and much like his hit song “Fire Burning”, he had people shouting, “Somebody call 911!” Lucky for him, a off duty member of the Coast Guard and his friend were close by. continue reading »

Cucumber Wars: Spain vs Germany

This might be the year of the ‘pepino’ wars if Spain goes ahead and sues Germany for maligning its cucumbers and questioning the quality. continue reading »

Drink it ‘Til You’re Yellow in the Face: The Simpson’s Duff Beer the Rage in Latin America

“Yes, it does exist!” The Simpsons’ favorite adult beverage is now available in México, Argentina, Colombia and Chile! continue reading »