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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

7 Year Old is a Hero as He Saves 4 year Old Brother During Dog Attack (VIDEO)

A 7-year-old Florida boy proved that you're never too young to be a hero when he protected his 4-year-old younger brother and his friend from a dog attack. continue reading »

How Are Border Agents Corrupted? (VIDEO)

Retired DEA supervisor Tony Coulson explains how and why agents fall prey to the Mexican Drug Cartels. continue reading »

When is Tax Freedom Day? The Day We Stop Working for the Gov and Begin Earning for Our Families?

This year, Tax Freedom Day will come four days later than last year in Illinois – now falling ironically on April 15. This year, Tax Freedom Day will come four days later than last year in Illinois – now falling ironically on April 15. This year, Tax Freedom Day will come four days later than last year in Illinois – now falling ironically on April 15. continue reading »

2 Detained in Rio School Shooting

Two men have been detained and questioned for allegedly helping provide a gun to a man who entered a Rio de Janeiro school, opened fire and killed at least 12 children before taking his own life, a police official said Saturday. continue reading »

No Government Shutdown, Congress and White House Cheer Deal

A last minute budget deal has averted and embarrassing government shutdown. The new agreement agrees to pay for federal spending through September while trimming 38.5 billion in spending. continue reading »

LET ALL WORRIES GO this weekend with a Latin American Natural Wonder

LET ALL WORRIES GO this weekend with a Latin American Natural Wonder Guess What and Where this is? continue reading »

Texas Names Streets After Slained ICE Special Agent Jaime Zapata

Earlier this year, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Special Agent Jaime Zapata was tragically shot and killed in the line of duty while driving between Monterrey and Mexico City, continue reading »

Agents Seize More than $9.5 Million Worth of Drugs in 72 Hours

Over the past three days, U.S. Border Patrol agents confiscated more than 5 tons of narcotics in multiple seizures throughout the Rio Grande Valley sector. continue reading »

Perú Goes Dry in Prep For Presidential Elections

From midnight tonight, and until noon on Monday, Peruvians will not be able to purchase alcoholic beverages, in observance of the nation’s general elections this Sunday. continue reading »

Men Charged with Hate Crime Related to Assault of Five Hispanic Men

The Justice Department announced today the arrest of Sean Popejoy, 19, and Frankie Maybee, 20, both of Green Forest, Ark., on charges related to a racially-motivated assault on five Hispanic men continue reading »

Justice Department Settles Allegations Of Immigration Discrimination Against Iowa Firm

The Justice Department today announced that it has reached a settlement agreement with LF Staffing Services Inc., located in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, to resolve allegations that LF Staffing Services engaged i continue reading »

Chilean Actors Go On Strike, Seek Compensation for TV Re-Runs

Hundreds of Chilean performers have organized a march in support of a law that grants them the right to monetary retribution for re-runs of television shows. The actors guild of Chile, Chileactores, said they will strike until the studios sit down to discuss. continue reading »

Argentine Soccer Star Leo Messi Opens Official Facebook Page

The athlete has garnered almost 7,000,000 fans in less than three days! continue reading »

Meet Maria José Cristerna, The Mexican Vampire Woman

Hard to look at for some, impossible not to stare for others, the body of this lawyer from México tells a story of overcoming domestic violence, and finding an identity through body modification. continue reading »

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 »