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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

Colombian Actress Sofia Vergara Could Join the “Three Stooges” Movie

The actress would join Sean Hayes and Will Sasso, already confirmed to play Larry and Curly. continue reading »

President Obama and President Santos Meet in Oval Office (VIDEO)

Yesterday afternoon, President Obama met with President Juan Manuel Santos of Colombia in the Oval Office at the White House. continue reading »

Impending National Boycott of Georgia

A national network of organizations instrumental in coordinating the boycott in Arizona after controversial anti-immigrant legislation passed there in 2009 has sent a letter to Governor Deal of Georgia “notifying [him] of efforts underway to organize a national boycott of Georgia, in the event that Georgia’s Arizona copycat legislation -- HB 87 and SB 40 -- should become law. “ continue reading »

Owners of L.A.-area Immigration Consulting Business Arrested for Visa Fraud

Three members of an Orange County family who operate an immigration consulting business that caters primarily to Indian nationals were arrested Wednesday morning continue reading »

HHH to Head New WWE Talent Dev Dept,  First Recruit Sin Cara ( Mistico)

World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc. announced today a new business model for future growth, including formally rebranding itself, WWE. continue reading »

5 Arkansan’s Charged for Firebombing Interracial Couple’s Home

Jason Barnwell, 37, of Evening Shade, Ark.; Gary Dodson, 32, of Waldron, Ark.; Jake Murphy, 19, also of Waldron; and Dustin Hammond, 20, of Hardy, Ark., were indicted by a federal grand jury on civil rights continue reading »

Physicians Call for Better Access to Health Care for Immigrants

As the U.S. immigrant population grows it will be necessary to address the vast number of immigrants who do not have access to health insurance coverage, or who face other barriers to accessing health care, the American College of Physicians (ACP) continue reading »

Today’s Brazilian Child Murderer Suicide Note Released

The entire world condemns today's rampage and President Dilma Rouseff has asked for three mourning days in Brazil. Read the demented reasoning and last wishes of the disturbed man who shot over 100 bullets, onto innocent preteens. continue reading »

Javier Bardem About to Seal Deal on Stephen King’s “Dark Tower”

Based on the Stephen King ‘Gunslinger’ novels, the deal involves three films as well as a TV-series to air in between releases. continue reading »

ACLU Charges FL Foreclosure Courts Depriving Hispanics & Blacks Opportunity to Save Home

The American Civil Liberties Union today filed a petition in a Florida appellate court charging that the foreclosure court system in Lee County systematically denies homeowners a fair opportunity to defend their homes against foreclosure. The special “mass foreclosure docket” continue reading »

Thousands March in Mexico to Protest Drug Violence (VIDEO)

Several cities across Mexico are holding marches, after thugs assassinated seven people, one of which was the son of poet Javier Sicilia. continue reading »

Sir Paul Promises to Rock Peru (VIDEO)

The legendary left-handed bassist and former Beatle posted a short video inviting Peruvians to his first ever concert in the South American nation. continue reading »

59 Bodies Found in Mass Grave, While Mexican Police Were Investigating Migrant Kidnappings

While Mexican authorities were investigating reports that armed men were stopping buses and kidnapping passengers in Tamaulipas, they came upon a grisly discovery. continue reading »

Poll Reveals U.S. Latinos Increasing Concern of the Current Housing/Foreclosure Crisis

The poll found that while there is a high degree of optimism about the idea of the American Dream, with a combined 72% of respondents saying they have already reached it or expect to reach it in their lifetime, there were serious fears about whether owning a home is part of that dream. Results further show that Latinos view of homeownership as a sense of security in the U.S. is vastly changing as a result of the housing/foreclosure crisis. continue reading »

In Just One Week at Arizona Border: $16M in Drugs, 4,232 Illegal Aliens Apprehended & Much More

The U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Arizona Joint Field Command (AZ-JFC) in Arizona today reported more than $16 million in narcotics seizures for the period of March 28 through April 3 and 4,232 apprehensions of illegal aliens at the Arizona border. continue reading »