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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

New ‘Empowerment’ Magazine for Spanish-Speaking New Yorker Launches

With the health and wellness industry 's social phenomenon and increasing market value, Integral USA, Inc. announces today the launch of the first edition of Integral continue reading »

Our Valentines Movie Pick: “Gnomeo And Juliet” Featuring a Cuban Flamingo (VIDEO)

What can be more romantic than the ultimate love story re--enacted by British Gnomes and complete with a Cuban Flamingo? continue reading »

Colombia Helps Americans Celebrate Valentine’s Day by Exporting 450 Million Roses

It is mid-February and, as it usually is on February, on every flower field in America, a rose is a froze is a rose-cicle. So where do the endless Valentine bunches of fresh roses come from? continue reading »

Dominican Doctor Sentenced for Altering Fingerprints of Illegal Aliens

A Dominican doctor was convicted and sentenced today in federal court of conspiring to conceal illegal aliens from detection by altering their fingerprints. continue reading »

Is Facebook Afraid of Motherhood? Breastfeeding? Chileans Want to Know

A sheepish Facebook has re-opened the profile of Leslie Power, a Chilean Psychologist who had denounced the social network cancelled her account for posting a picture of herself, breastfeeding her 3 month old daughter. continue reading »

According to Mexico, Money Laundering Business Reaches $10 Billion Mark in 2010

Mexico Attorney General’s, in preparation for the International Seminar on Corruption and Money Laundering, is reporting that money laundering in Mexico has reached $10 billion. continue reading »

Brawl in Venezuelan Parliament Caught on National TV (VIDEO)

A scuffle between ruling and opposition deputies broke Thursday, after the president of the National Assembly abruptly cut off the speech of a member of the opposite party. continue reading »

Letter of Agreement Signed Between U.S. and Honduras for Regional Security Funds

Assistant Secretary for the Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs William R. Brownfield, President Porfirio Lobo, and U.S. Ambassador continue reading »

Reports Surface that Mark Sanchez’ 17-Yr old Fling has a Party Mom, Accompanies Daughter to Bars

Reports are surfacing that Mark Sanchez' 17-Yr old Fling, Eliza Kruger, has a party mom, that accompanies her daughter to New York City bars. continue reading »

Hispanic Fortune 500 Board Members Unite to Form Merchant Bank to Service Global Hispanic Market

Members of several Fortune 500 boards and other Latino leaders have formed Garcia Trujillo Holdings LLC, a management consulting, merchant bank, and venture capital firm to focus on the global Hispanic market. continue reading »

Latin Billboard Nominees Announced: Shakira and Enrique Iglesias Lead

The Billboard Latin Music association has announced it roster of nominees for the 22nd annual awards show with Enrique Iglesias and Shakira with the most nominations. continue reading »

Peruvian Singer “La Tigresa Del Oriente” Presents Her Sassy New Fashion Line (VIDEO)

"Animal Print" is the name of the fashion line introduced this week by Peruvian singer "La Tigresa Del Oriente" continue reading »

Take a Peek Into Salma Hayek’s Super Busy 2011

With the exception of playing Adam Sandler’s wife in Grown up, things had been relatively slow for the Mexican actress/producer, since Ugly Betty was taken off the air. continue reading »

‘Taboo’ Black Eyed Peas Singer Talks About His Latino Roots in New Book (VIDEO)

“Fallin’ Up” is the title of the autobiography penned by “Taboo,” (and writer Steve Dennis) the Mexican-American rapper, actor and martial artist best known for his role as a founding member of The Black Eyed Peas. continue reading »

Former Chilean President Michelle Bachelet Sued Over Tsunami Handling Incompetence

A Chilean court made formal a lawsuit filed by a Chilean lawyer on Monday, against former President Bachelet for “Denial of Assistance” and “Abandonment of Destiny.” continue reading »