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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

Immigration Officals Seize 11,000 Pounds of Marijuana At Border, $6.6 MIllion Street Value

U.S. Immigration and Custom Enforcement's (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) and U.S. Customs and Border Protection's (CBP) Office of Field Operations interdicted a large drug smuggling attempt on Monday - seizing more than 11,000 pounds of marijuana in Nogales, Ariz. continue reading »

Michelle Phillips to Perform “California Dreamin” at DREAM ACT March This Week

On March 12, 2011, constituents of the National Hispanic Media Coalition and a host of other organizations, as well as other interested community members, will march in Los Angeles to launch continue reading »

Jedi Knight School Opens In Chile

Now, even in places far, far away in Chile, parents can instruct their young padawans on the ways of the force! continue reading »

Newspaper Salesman in Valparaiso, Chile has 82 Tattoos of Julia Roberts’ Face

Miljenko Parserisas, is the name of the street newspaper salesman in Valparaíso, Chile who after seeing “Erin Brockovich” in the early nineties, decided to start getting Julia Roberts’ face tattooed all over his body. continue reading »

Robbery at Spanish Cloistered Convent Playing out Like a Mystery Caper Involving Stolen Millions

A robbery in the convent of Santa Lucia in Zaragoza, Spain, is turning into a suspense-novel saga. continue reading »

Take a Sneak Peek Into Selena Gomez’s New Video “Who Says” (VIDEO)

Heavily harassed on the internet due to her relationship with Justin Bieber, Selena Gomez's new video "Who Says" is a message for "internet haters" continue reading »

Puerto Rico Promotes Rum & Tourism:  “Puerto Rico Does It Better” and “Just Think Puerto Rican Rum”

The Puerto Rican government has reinvented its recently launched campaign for tourism to the island, changing last year’s “Just Think Puerto Rico” for “Just Think, Puerto Rican Rum” in new attempts to get consumers to drink the nation’s renowned spirit. continue reading »

Carlos Slim: More Billionaire than Any Billionaire

In 2011, 25 years after Forbes first started tracking down global wealth, the record for total number of billionaires was broken, as well as the record for their combined wealth: $4.5 trillion dollars. continue reading »

Mayors Bloomberg & Villaraigosa’s Twitter Challenge for ‘The People’s Games’ (VIDEO)

Laying the smackdown in a video broadcast on YouTube.com/ThePeoplesGames, Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa challenged New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg to compete in The People's Games tournament beginning with NYC playing L.A. in a best of three basketball competition. continue reading »

59,017 ‘Other Than Mexican Illegal Aliens’ Apprehended in 2010, Says Judicial Watch

Judicial Watch, the public interest group that investigates and prosecutes government corruption, announced today that it has obtained new documents from U.S. Customs and Border Protection detailing FY 2010 apprehension continue reading »

National Hispanic GOP Group Announces Immigration Solution

A healthy and legal immigration solution will secure our borders, create a safer North American Continent and promote a stronger relationship with our contiguous neighbors. Enforcement-only initiatives promote a situation that continue reading »

6 indicted for conspiring to purchase and issue unlawful Tennessee driver’s licenses

A federal grand jury in Chattanooga returned a two-count indictment on Tuesday against six individuals, including one Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) employee, for conspiring to unlawfully produce Tennessee driver's licenses. continue reading »

Violent Border Gang Indicted, Charged in 2010 Consulate Murders

Thirty-five members and associates of the Barrio Azteca (BA) gang have been charged in a third superseding indictment unsealed today with various counts of racketeering, murder, drug offenses, money laundering and obstruction of justice, announced Attorney General Eric Holder. continue reading »

Flamenco or Mariachi? William Shatner Plays Maracas in Historically Unaware New Priceline Ad (VIDEO)

"Master of Disguise" Shatner shows his identity concealing skills in the new Priceline ad, where apparently writers forgot Spanish conquistadors invaded and ravaged Mexico back in the day, and mashed up a costume half mariachi, half flamenco. continue reading »

60 National Partners Release Roadmap to Improve Latino College Completion Rates

Rep. Charles Gonzalez, Chairman of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus, former Secretary of Education Richard Riley, and Dr. Eduardo J. Padrón, chairman of the White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for Hispanic Americans, continue reading »