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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

Raphael y su Nuevo CD Triple “Te Llevo en el Corazón”: “Es de las Mejores Cosas que he Podido Hacer

El cantante Español vuelve con un disco triple en el que rinde homenaje a los "géneros más universales de América", el tango, el bolero y la ranchera.

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Chilean President Piñera Arrives in Europe to Hero’s Welcome

Chile’s President Miguel Sebastian Piñera arrived in London this weekend for a previously planned visit to a hero’s welcome. The visit that typically would get little press coverage is getting front page treatment throughout all of Europe. continue reading »

The Pixies Join Rage Against The Machine, in Celebrating the Rescue of the Miners (BILINGUAL)

The Bostonians Played their longest set ever: one song per miner plus a two song encore in the last date of the "Maquinaria Festival" in Santiago de Chile. continue reading »

Inez Sainz Retiring from Locker Room; Uses Interesting Choice of Words to Justify her Wardrobe

Inez Sainz held a press conference at TV Azteca’s offices in California announcing she would no longer be reporting from the locker room, a decision that the NFL agreed with. continue reading »

DIVE into Your Weekend With This Week’s Latin American Wonder

Dive into your weekend with a Latin American Wonder. Guess What and Where this is? continue reading »

National Latino AIDS Awareness Day

October 15th, is National Latino AIDS Awareness Day (NLAAD) and in celebration the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) is increasing HIV prevention efforts with increased funding for existing programs such as Act Against AIDS Leadership. continue reading »

State Department Honors Honduran for her Work with Women

The U.S. Department of State has named Lina Hortensia Martinez Loredo of Honduras, as "State Alumni Member". Her leadership and promotion of women’s leadership and community development is being recognized. continue reading »

Rep. Luis Gutierrez Staying in Washington, Not Running for Mayor of Chicago

Rep. Luis Gutierrez the Democrat from Illinois announced today he has decided not to run for Mayor of Chicago. Soon after Mayor Richard Daley announced he would not seek another term, Gutierrez starting looking into the viability of launching a campaign. continue reading »

¡Adios! Say the Jonas Brothers to their Concert in Mexico

The scheduled concert performance of the Jonas Brothers on October 21, 2010 in Monterrey, Mexico has been cancelled due to security concerns. continue reading »

Paraguayan Soccer Player’s Sister Fakes Own Abduction to get his Money (BILINGUAL)

The sister of defense Éder Líder Mármol-- married and mother of five, faked to be kidnapped, demanding 38,000 in "ransom" from the player. continue reading »

En Rodaje Desde Hace 10 Dias Película Para TV Acerca del Rescate de los Mineros Chilenos

La productora Española Antena 3 Films y la Colombiana Dynamo Factory serían los productores de la película para TV. continue reading »

Nuevo Disco de Shakira Estaría Inspirado en Artistas como Nirvana y The Cure

La cantautora Colombiana explica que la produccion de su nuevo álbum estuvo inspirada en los artistas que escuchaba en la adolesencia. continue reading »

U.S. Treasury Clamps Down on Sinaloa Drug Cartel

The U.S. Department of the Treasury's today designated the Sinaloa cartel’s financial and transportation networks and numerous individuals as “foreign narcotics traffickers” located throughout Mexico and Colombia. continue reading »

Chilean Miner Rescue: A Study in Faith

The world was mesmerized by the incredible endurance and spirit of the Chilean Miners. Most notable was their faith (mostly Catholic) and belief in a higher power to persevere. continue reading »

Watch “Rage Against the Machine” Play a Song for the Chilean Miners (BILINGUAL)

Zack de La Rocha performed in Spanish "The Song of the Miner" by Chilean poet Victor Jara at the "Maquinaria Festival" in Santiago, Chile. continue reading »