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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

Kansas House Judiciary Committee Rejects Arizona Copy-Cat Bill, HB2372 - Hate Groups Suffer Defeat

Kansas House Judiciary Committee Rejects Arizona Copy-Cat Bill, HB2372 The Bigotry of Rep Peck and anti-immigrant hate groups suffer defeat. continue reading »

Border Patrol Rescues 17 Illegal Aliens Near Jacumba Mountains

On Monday morning, U.S. Border Patrol agents rescued 17 illegal aliens who were stranded in the mountains approximately 29 miles west of the Calexico Port of Entry. continue reading »

50.5 Million Hispanics in U.S., Exceeding Estimates - Making Up 16% of Entire Population

The U.S. Census Bureau released today the second in a series of 2010 Census briefs, Overview of Race and Hispanic Origin: 2010, which looks at our nation's changing racial and ethnic diversity continue reading »

U.S. to Celebrate 100 Open Skies Partners that Include Colombia and Brazil as New Partners

In a March 30 ceremony, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton and Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood will host a ceremony celebrating the negotiation of agreements between the United States and 100 Open Skies partners. continue reading »

Pitbull, Camila, Don Omar and Banda El Recodo to Perform at the 2011 Billboard Latin Music Awards

Pitbull, Camila, Don Omar and Banda El Recodo are among the leading musical acts confirmed to perform at the 2011 Billboard Latin Music Awards presented by State Farm. continue reading »

Argentine Soccer Star Lionel Messi Becomes Best Paid Player in History (VIDEO)

We are surprised it took this long. The kid is not only a kind, charming gentleman, but simply put an artist, when it comes to playing fútbol. continue reading »

Don Omar Breaks YouTube Record (VIDEO)

Reggaeton superstar Don Omar has recently set a new record with his "Danza Kuduro" video. Reportedly, the video from the homonym single has established a new record: most watched video for an artist in Spanish language. The video currently has over 95 million views on world wide continue reading »

WIKILEAKS: ‘Raw Sewage Everywhere’ In Costa Rica

The American Embassy in San José de Costa Rica, wrote a series of now public diplomatic wires about reasons why the Central American nation does not live to its tourism paradise image. continue reading »

37 Pre-Incan Tombs Accidentally Found in Southern Perú

60 kilometers away from the city of Tacna in southern Peru, thirty-seven pre-Incan tombs-- estimated to be between 2800 and 3500 years old, have been accidentally discovered by construction workers who, as part of the installation of a water system for the Boca del Río settlement were digging trenches last week. continue reading »

CinemaCon Names Cameron Diaz Female Star of the Year

Cameron Diaz has continued to capture the attention of audiences around the world with her inescapable charm, innate comedic timing CinemaCon said in a statement when announcing this year’s Female Star of the Year. continue reading »

A Small Reminder of Why George Lopez is The Funniest Man on Late Night TV

The talk show host had a field day with the season 12 premiere of Dancing with the Stars, making some brutal comments about the show's famous contestants. continue reading »

Were Arizona Business Leaders Behind the State’s “Time Out” on Anti-Immigrant Legislation?

When Arizona’s Senate rejected five anti-immigrant bills that included denying citizenship to children born to undocumented immigrants to requiring immigration documentation when buying a car, everyone was asking WHAT HAPPENED. continue reading »

El Chupacabra Mystery Solved: It’s Always Been in Your Imagination

Stories of El Chupacabra first surfaced in March 1995 in Puerto Rico, when dead, blood-drained goats began to surface. continue reading »

More Crazy Talk From Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez

President Hugo Chávez was in such a talkative mood on world Water Day, that during his public speech he graced attendees with a history lesson on the obscure roots of capitalism. continue reading »

66 Percent of U.S. Latinos Living in Poor Air Quality Areas Throughout the Country

Today the Center for American Progress released a new issue brief, “Why the EPA Is Important for Latino Families,” by Jorge Madrid and Valeri Vasquez. continue reading »