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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

U.S. Citizenship Test Questions—Do You Know the Answers?

The U.S. Citizenship Test is making news today as many Americans are discovering how little they know about their country. The test, administered by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, is a requirement for those continue reading »

Connie Mack: Avoiding Panama & Colombia on Latin America Trip Maintains Unfocused Foreign Policy

Avoiding visits to key U.S. allies Panama and Colombia on his trip to Latin America which wraps up today, President Obama has made clear that the Administration has no intention of moving ahead with Free Trade Agreements with Panama and Colombia, weakening our position in the Hemisphere and letting dictators like Hugo Chavez push the envelope on regional security. continue reading »

Elderly Wisconsin Man Charged with Child Sex Exploitation of Minor from Belize

Today a grand jury in the Eastern District of Wisconsin returned a one-count indictment against Roland J. Flath for traveling to a foreign country and engaging in and attempting to engage in illicit sexual conduct with a minor less than 18 years of age. continue reading »

Several Spanish ETA Members Designated as Terrorists by U.S. Government

The Secretary of State has designated Basque Fatherland and Liberty (ETA) members Miguel de Garikoitz Aspiazu Rubina, also known as Txeroki, and Jose Ignacio Reta de Frutos continue reading »

Ancient Rabbit, Largest of Its Kind, Found In Spain

Unearthed at the small island of Minorca, the enormous bunny that lived three to five million years ago was so hefty that it had no enemies, but also couldn’t hop! continue reading »

The Latest in Extreme Trafficking? Woman Stuffs Heroin, Pills, Bags, and Cash in Her Vagina

In Scranton, Pennsylvania, a woman who was detained by police on suspicion of burglary after crashing her car on Sunday, has now been charged with possession of a controlled substance, after 54 bags of heroin were found in her vagina continue reading »

Presidential Agenda in El Salvador Today and Visit to Grave of Murdered Archbishop Oscar A. Romero

The White House has announced the following agenda for the President and the First Family in the final leg of their South American trip which also includes a visit to the grave of murdered Archbishop Oscar A. Romero: continue reading »

Watch the Promo for Christina Aguilera’s New TV Show (VIDEO)

‘The Voice’ will feature Aguilera as one of four “coaches,” who judge performers solely on their voice, “in a kinder/gentler version of Idol.” continue reading »

Corrupt or Romantic? Guatemalan President Alvaro Colom Divorces Wife so She Can Run for President

In a move that appears as a mix of Argentine inspired nepotism, downright corruption, and the ultimate romantic gesture, Alvaro Colom divorces his wife, Sandra Torres, so she can run for president in the upcoming elections. continue reading »

White Supremacists March Against Immigration in Southern California

On Saturday, a group of around 25 military boot-clad white supremacists marched down the streets of Claremont, California, in protest of what they called an “unbridled flow of immigration” into the area. continue reading »

Human Rights Experts Studying How Mexico Deals with the Issue of Forced Disappearances

The United Nations human rights experts tasked with assisting families determine the fate or whereabouts of disappeared relatives examined over 200 cases during its recent session held in Mexico City continue reading »

Center for Puerto Rico Equality & Advancement (CPREA) Responds to Task Force Report on Puerto Rico

As the Report of the President’s Task Force on Puerto Rico’s Status makes clear once again, democracy at the national government level and full equality under the American flag is only achievable through statehood continue reading »

Government Attorney Sentenced for Taking Bribes from Illegal Aliens for Favorable Treatment

A senior attorney with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) was sentenced yesterday morning to 212 months in federal prison for taking nearly one-half million dollars in bribes continue reading »

U.S.-Brazilian Cooperation to Promote Labor Issues Comes After Presidential Visit

The head of the United Nations International Labour Organization (ILO) has welcomed an agreement between Brazil and the United States to promote the cooperation of all States continue reading »

Luchadoras in La Legion Extranjera ( The Foreign Legion)

In the Mexican wrestling promotion, Asistencia, Asesoría y Administración (AAA), there is a stable of wrestlers called La Legión Extranjera (the Foreign Legion) led by Konnan. continue reading »