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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

Hispanic World Prepares for Nuptials of Príncipe Guillermo, and Future Princesa Catalina

The Hispanic world, like everywhere else, is preparing for the royal wedding nuptials of Príncipe Guillermo, and Future Princesa Catalina, as they will be known in the region. Traditionally, the names of Popes, and members of the Royalty are translated, a practice alive since the Renaissance. continue reading »

President Obama Meets with Hispanic Public Figures to Discuss Immigration

Thursday, President Obama hosted a number of "influential Hispanics from across the country to discuss the importance of fixing the broken immigration system." continue reading »

Mortgages Scare for Minorities According to Most Recent Study

The report, Paying More for the American Dream V, examines the most recent home mortgage data available to the public, for New York City and six other metropolitan areas, continue reading »

$15,000 Fine for Owl Kicking Soccer Player Luis Moreno

Panamanian soccer player Luis Moreno was sanctioned by the Environment Department of Barranquilla. continue reading »

Mexico’s Contribution to Pope John Paul II Beatification: A Miracle and Mangos

This May 1st, the late Pope John Paul II will be beatified as México embraces the memory of one of the most charismatic religious leaders. continue reading »

Obama Meets with Panamanian President After Release of Revealing Wikileaks Documents

President Obama will be meeting with Panamanian President Ricardo Martinelli Thursday to discuss security and trade. This meeting comes after Wikileaks released State Department cables in which Martinelli was not spoken of favorably. continue reading »

Archie, Veronica, Betty and Jughead Now Digital and In Spanish

Archie Comics is offering digital editions of their comics in Spanish, at www.archiedigital.com continue reading »

Man Pleads Guilty to Crimes Against Hispanics and Racial Intimidation

The Justice Department announced today that Johnny Mathis, 47, of Lecompte, La., pleaded guilty to two federal crimes for shooting at the home of three Hispanic men living across the street from him because of the victims’ race and national origin. continue reading »

Mexican Rock Band Maná Calls for Immigration Reform On the Eve of Their First Album in 5 Years

Mexican rock band, Mana, calls for “justice for the undocumented” while attending Billboard’s Latin Music Conference in Miami. continue reading »

How America has Fueled Illegal Immigration

New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg railed against the current anti-immigrant sentiment on Fox News Sunday this past weekend. continue reading »

Opportunity for Latinos Wanting to Write for Major Television Networks

The NLMC Television Writers Program submission period is now open for those writers who can write at least one half-hour comedy or one-hour dramatic television script in English within a five-week period of time. The program will take place in Burbank, CA from October 8th to November 11th. continue reading »

Honduras to Spend $37 Million to Improve Basic Education

Honduras will improve basic education for more than 100,000 students with the help of a $37 million loan from the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB). The financing will help students to learn more in basic education schools that serve the country’s poorest population. continue reading »

Mexicans Protest Via Twitter with #FailedState &  #EstadoFallido Hashtags

In response to the violence ravaging the nation on a daily basis, Mexican citizens have been tweeting their commentaries, protests, and news, followed by the #estadofallido hashtag. continue reading »

State Owned Uruguayan TV Channel Has Been Operating for 12 Years Without Broadcasting Anything

Melo’s Channel 8 has studios, antennas, cameras, 7 workers and its own building, but hasn’t broadcast a single image in over a decade. continue reading »

Goverment Officials Returning Seized pre-Columbian Artifacts to Panama

Today at U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) headquarters, ICE Director John Morton and U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Assistant Commissioner Thomas S. Winkowski repatriated 99 pre-Columbian artifacts seized continue reading »