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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

Meet The Latino Justin Bieber: Miguelito

At only 12 years old, Miguelito, this Puerto Rican wonder kid has become the heir to the reggaeton empire. continue reading »

Brazilian Anderson Silva Keeps UFC Title, Wins 13th Consecutive Fight

Saturday, Anderson “The Spider” Silva grabbed another win with his Las Vegas knockout of Vitor Belfort at UFC 126. An extraordinary and nearly unbeatable middleweight champion, Silva extended his UFC record to 28 wins continue reading »

Cockfighting Chicken Kills Its Handler by Severing Artery

The tables were turned at a California illegal cockfighting facility, after a chicken (crossed the road and) fatally stabbed its handler in the leg, killing him. continue reading »

Non-English Speakers to Pay More at Waikiki Restaurant

A Hawaiian restaurant has recently caused a stir with its decision to add a surcharge to the bill of any customers who do not speak English. In Waikiki, restaurant Keoni by Keo's is under fire for adding on a 15 percent gratuity for patrons not speaking English. continue reading »

Rob Schneider’s TV Pilot About his Mexican Family Picked Up by CBS

CBS has given the green light to a Warner Bros. TV untitled family comedy pilot, starring funnyman Rob Schneider. continue reading »

Secretary of Argentina Pres. Nestor Kirchner Says: I was His Lover & Ready to Spill State Secrets

Despite the fact that seemingly, in certain circles of Argentine politics the affair between the late Nestor Kirchner and his secretary Elisabeth Miriam Quiroga was public knowledge, it is not until now that the Argentine news magazine "Noticias" lifted the lid on the pot, and allowed its contents blow over. continue reading »

‘Bloody’ Protest Against Bullfighting is Held in Mexico (VIDEO)

The animal-rights group AnimaNaturalis held a protest in Mexico demanding the country ban bullfighting. About 750 animal-right activists soaked themselves in blood and laid on the ground to the astonishment of passerbys. continue reading »

Hispanic Caucus Internship Program Opens Halls of Congress to Diversity

Today CHCI welcomes its second Spring Congressional Internship class to Washington, D.C. Sixteen undergraduates from 11 states and the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico will take part in CHCI’s nationally-recognized and award-winning CHCI continue reading »

Spanish Speakers Can Now Easily Build Their Own FREE Websites with Website Builder Wix.com

Start-up Wix.com has translated its powerful online website builder. The tool enables the code-free creation of quality Flash websites. The product's interface, billing system and support center are all available for the first time in Spanish. continue reading »

Meet the Real Housewives of Miami, including Brazilian and Cuban Beauties (VIDEO)

The six new cast members of The Real Housewives of Miami were revealed this week , along with the premiere date for Bravo's latest hit reality franchise installment: Tuesday, Feb. 22. continue reading »

Packers Win Super Bowl XLV, Bring Lombardi Trophy Home

The Green Bay Packers have won their fourth Super Bowl title, with their last title under quarterback Brett Favre back in 1997. continue reading »

Survey-Recession Brings Greater Commitment to Stay Married-38% Considering Divorce Put Off Plans

A new survey reports that 38 percent of couples considering divorce or separation have now put off those plans due to the recession. National Marriage Week USA (www.nationalmarriageweekUSA.org) "The Great Recession and Marriage," new research from the National Marriage Project at University of Virginia. continue reading »

Super Bowl Commercials Preview (VIDEO)

Erica Hill speaks with New Media Strategies Pete Snyder about the commercials to appear in todays Super Bowl. continue reading »

New Research Examines Link Between Poverty and Latin Americans’ Unauthorized Immigration to the US

Despite unprecedented levels of U.S. government spending on guarding the border with Mexico, unauthorized or illegal immigration into the United States continues. Here, there are millions of jobs that legal workers do not fill -- even in times of recession. Poverty and hardship are the main drivers pushing Latin Americans to search for better lives in the United States. continue reading »

Laugh Out Loud This and Every Sunday With HS-NEWS SUNDAY COMICS

Your source for Hispanically Speaking Cartoons continue reading »