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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

MEET Lea T: Brazil’s Transsexual Rising Model Superstar (VIDEO)

In less than 2 years, she has been on Oprah, landed editorials in Vogue Paris, walked for Givenchy, and was in the cover of LOVE magazine smooching Kate Moss! continue reading »

First Latina Ever Elected to Chicago City Clerk- Susana Mendoza Talks City Stickers

Susana Mendoza was elected Chicago City Clerk in 2011 and is the first woman ever elected to that office. City Clerk Mendoza's office is responsible for maintaining official city government records, distributing approximately 1.3 continue reading »

LOOSEN UP this weekend with a Latin American Wonder

LOOSEN UP this weekend with a Latin American Wonder. Guess What and Where this is? continue reading »

EXTREME TRAFFICKING:  In 7 Days, 16 Tons of Pot Valued at $23 Million Seized

Over the past seven days, U.S. Border Patrol agents confiscated more than 16 tons of narcotics, with an estimated value of more than $26 million, in multiple seizures throughout the Rio Grande Valley Sector. continue reading »

Groups Call the Approval of ‘Monster Dam’ in Brazil a “Tragic Day for the Amazon”

Amnesty International and a number of other groups hoping to protect both the rainforest and indigenous people of Brazil, have urged the Brazilian government to suspend – or in some cases stop – the building of the Belo Monte dam, continue reading »

Popocatepetl Volcano in México Spews Two Mile-Long Cloud of Ash

The Popocatepetl volcano over Mexico City is once again active. The Popocatepetl, a gigantic 17,886-foot mountain that towers over Mexico City, shot a monumental cloud of ash about 2 miles over its crater Friday morning. continue reading »

ACLU Files Suit in Georgia Against Its “Show Me Your Papers” Immigration Law

The American Civil Liberties Union, the National Immigration Law Center (NILC) and a coalition of other civil rights groups filed a class action lawsuit challenging Georgia’s continue reading »

Justice Department Settles Lawsuit with Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office

The Justice Department today announced that it has entered in to a court-enforceable agreement with the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO) and Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio continue reading »

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 »