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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

Fernando Meirelles Reunites with “City Of God” Writer Montovani for Aristotle Onassis Biopic

Brazilian Fernando Meirelles is teaming once again with screenwriter Bráulio Montovani, also from Brazil, for a film based on Peter Evans’s book “Nemesis: The True Story of Aristotle Onassis, Jackie O, and the Love Triangle That Brought Down the Kennedys” continue reading »

President Calderon Sends Initiatives to Congress to Battle Impunity

The President's Office reports that the President of the United Mexican States, Felipe Calderón Hinojosa, sent to Congress two initiatives in the framework of the National Security Strategy, continue reading »

Caldo Americano

When people talk of the ethnic diversity in the United States, they oftentimes refer to the American “melting pot,” the historically-popular image of America as a confluence of different backgrounds into a singular American identity. continue reading »

Border Patrol Agents Rescue 28 Illegal Aliens

U.S. Border Patrol agents from the Rio Grande Valley sector saved the lives of 28 illegal aliens in several separate incidents over the past five days. continue reading »

Barcelona’s Sagrada Familia Basilica Victim of Arson

Spanish authorities are reporting that one of the country’s most favored tourist attractions, the Sagrada Familia basilica was the victim of arson. This attack comes one week after the tabernacle and statute of Virgin Mary were destroyed by vandals in another part of the country. continue reading »

32 Zetas Arrested in Hidalgo

Authorities from the state of Hidalgo, have presented the 32 zeta members, who were captured during the weekend. continue reading »

CAUGHT ON CAMERA Chilean Soccer Player Jorge Valdivia Takes A Whiz Mid-Game! (VIDEO)

As the game was stopped for a few seconds, The Palmeiras de Brasil player decided to go do number one on the sidelines. continue reading »

Castro Steps Down from his 50-Year Reign as Leader of Cuban Communist Party

True to his word, President Raul Castro at the Community Party conference in Cuba, promised sweeping changes and a ‘rejuvenation’ of the Communist party – and it happened. continue reading »

U.S. and Panama Finalize Tax Information Exchange Agreement

As part of the President's broader trade agenda, the Obama Administration has worked closely with the government of Panama to resolve outstanding issues related to the U.S.-Panama Trade Promotion Agreement. continue reading »

Mexico Govt. Makes History as Felipe Calderon’s Entire Cabinet Twitters

History is being made in México as Twitter offers a direct line of communication between the public, and those in Public Office. continue reading »

Pres Obama Holding Immigration Meeting to Get Ideas on Reform

President Obama is holding a meeting with various leaders to discuss how best to overhaul our current immigration laws. The afternoon meeting is said to include numerous politicians outside of Washington like NY Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Former Governor Arnold Scharzenegger and San Antonio Julian Castro. continue reading »

Wow! Take a Peek into Medellin’s New Amazing Sports Coliseum

In just 18 months, Mazzanti and Plan:b constructed the dazzling New Medellin Sports Coliseum in Colombia, ahead of last year’s South American Games. continue reading »

2011 Billboard Latin Music Awards Continues to Add to Its Line-Up of Superstars

Juanes, Lucero, Marc Anthony, Chino y Nacho, Dyland & Lenny, and Roberto Tapia, are among the list of Latin music artists confirmed to perform at the 2011 Billboard Latin Music Awards. continue reading »

Two Illegal Aliens Sentenced to Prison for Attempting to Export Weapons

Two illegal aliens from Mexico were sentenced on Thursday to federal prison for their roles in attempting to export munitions from the United States without a license, continue reading »

Hispanic Children Who are Not Reading Well by 3rd Grade, Twice as Likely to Not Graduate from H.S.

Educators and researchers have long recognized the importance of mastering reading by the end of third grade. Students who fail to reach this critical milestone often falter in the later grades and drop out before earning a high school diploma. continue reading »