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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

Multicultural Crayons. What’s Your Shade?

These have been around for 20 years, much to the surprise of Fox, who only found about their existence last week. Controversy or Multiculturalism? continue reading »

American Immigration Council Hails Decision Enjoining Enforcement of Arizona’s SB 1070

The American Immigration Council applauds yesterday’s decision of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit upholding a preliminary injunction against the key provisions of Arizona’s SB 1070. continue reading »

The Ever Young Mexican Novelist Carlos Fuentes Featured on AARP VIVA

One of Mexico’s best known living writers is featured on the cover of AARP’s Viva magazine possessing all the wit and insight he is known for. continue reading »

It’s Contagious! Dominican Republic First Lady, now Presidential Candidate

First Guatemala, and now the Dominican Republic, are seeking to pull a Kirshner. Margarita Cedeño de Fernández, the first lady of the Dominican Republic, has been approved by the Dominican Liberation Party (PLD) as a possible presidential candidate for the 2012 elections. Her husband Leonel Fernandez recently announced that he would not be seeking a fourth term in office, continue reading »

Sec. of Education Duncan at the Hispanic Assoc. of Colleges & Universities

America’s ability to answer President Obama’s call to “out-innovate, out-educate and out-build” the rest of the world is inextricably linked to the future of the Latino community, said Secretary Duncan continue reading »

Did He Just do That? Czech Republic President Steals Piñera’s Pen (VIDEO)

Did Czech leader Vaclav Klaus pocket the silver pen that the Chilean government had provided for him to sign cooperation treaties between the two nations? You be the judge. continue reading »

The “Monster’s Ball” No Bota: Gaga Busts her Trasero in Houston (VIDEO)

Gravity played a trick on Lady Gaga as she sang one foot on a bench, and the other foot on a flaming piano. continue reading »

HUD to Focus on Discrimination Against Immigrants and Other Foreign Born

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has announced that it will launch an effort to better address national origin based housing discrimination during Fair Housing Month in April. continue reading »

Spanish Director Juan Carlos Fresnadillo to Remake ‘The Crow’

The 1996 Best Short Oscar Winner director from Spain, Juan Carlos Fresnadillo, has said he'll stay true to 'The Crow's' franchise's comic-book origins. continue reading »

Discovery en Español Debuts Human Planet with Gael Garcia Bernal Narrating

First came an unforgettable journey across the world's greatest habitats. Then viewers were brought nose-to-nose with Earth's wildest creatures. Now, the makers of PLANET EARTH and LIFE reverse the spotlight to focus on a species closer to home: humans. continue reading »

Poll Results Indicate Uncertainty and Decline in Approval Towards the Democratic Vote

Obama still favored, but majority of Latino registered voters undecided about 2012 Election. continue reading »

National Latino Republican Group Urges Arizona Governor to Drop SB 1070 Litigation

National Latino Republican Group Urges Arizona Governor to Drop SB 1070 Litigation continue reading »

San Diego Maritime Foils Several Smuggling Attempts Over 5-Day Period

he San Diego Maritime Unified Command (MUC) is comprised of the U.S. Coast Guard, Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Office of Air & Marine, CBP Office of Field Operations, CBP U.S. Border Patrol, ICE, as well as state and local law enforcement partners operating in the San Diego and Orange County maritime domain. The following is a summary of MUC activities over the past several days. continue reading »

Colombian Couple Arrested in Las Vegas After Performing Fatal Botched Plastic Surgery

A Colombian man and his wife have been arrested and face murder charges, after a woman died as a result of an illegal surgery performed at the couple’s Las Vegas pseudo-clinic. continue reading »

Tallest Lego Tower in the World Built in Brazil

Standing at 102.32 feet, the tower erected in a Sao Paulo, Brazil mall breaks the previous record set in Santiago de Chile by just under 10 inches! continue reading »