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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

Catching Up With The Chilean Miners.

"It is still hard….. lots of people think he 33 miners are out there, having fun and making loads of money. But what we've gone through, has scarred us forever" continue reading »

Attorney General Holder Announces New Immigration Review Director

Attorney General Eric Holder today announced the appointment of Juan Osuna as Acting Director for the Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR). continue reading »

Venezuela’s Hugo Chávez Cuts Off Foreign Funding to Venezuela’s Organizations

A sheepish Venezuelan congress shepherded by President Hugo Chavez and his cronies passed a new law banning foreign funding for political parties and non-government organizations (NGO’s), this, in addition to a series of measures that opposing parties say, aim to smother dissidents, by limiting or cutting their financing. continue reading »

Dynamite Taio Cruz’s Launches New Video Just in Time for Christmas (VIDEO)

Watch British-Brazilian Cruz cruise about in posh BMW cars with Travie McCoy in his new instant dance club classic 'Higher.' continue reading »

Five Cuban Aliens Enter U.S. Illegally - May Get to Stay in U.S. as ‘Dry Feet’ Immigrants

Wednesday afternoon, park rangers in Mona Island found five alien males, claiming to be Cuban citizens, after entering illegally into U.S. territory. Mona Island is the third largest island of the archipelago of Puerto Rico and is about 41 miles west of the main island of Puerto Rico. continue reading »

Mexico-Chicago-Indianapolis Drug Ring Busted: Distributing Coke and Meth

The dismantling of a drug smuggling organization operating from Mexico to Chicago and Indianapolis was announced on Tuesday by U.S. Attorney Joseph H. Hogsett, Southern District of Indiana. continue reading »

No SAG or Golden Globe for Bardem. Is the Biutiful star ‘Bardoomed’ in the U.S.?

Both the Golden Globes and the SAG's (Screen Actors Guild Awards) have challenged expectations and media buzz by failing to nominate Spanish actor Javier Bardem for a Best Actor award for his 'Role in Biutiful.' continue reading »

Secretary Napolitano Presents Homeland Security’s Immigration & Border Accomplishments

Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Janet Napolitano highlighted the Department's 2010 accomplishments in an address to employees. continue reading »

Guns into Guitars - Colombian Musician Breathes New Life into Symbol of Violence (VIDEO)

Colombia is a nation with a monumental capacity for creativity. From García Márquez, to Fernando Botero; from Ugly Betty to the Local TV advertising world, Colombians seep creativity out of every pore. continue reading »

Christmas and Immigration with Los Angeles’ Mayor to Be, George López (VIDEO)

Last week we brought you the top ten YouTube videos of 2010. George López had the very eloquent and talented creator of the number one video, Antoine Dodson to perform his idea of a sung Christmas Card. continue reading »

Latino Judge in the Midst of Constitutional Controversy

Puerto Rican Justice Roberto Rivera Soto is in the eye of a legal storm that has bled into every branch of government. This week, Sen. Nia Gill proposed a resolution urging Justice Roberto Rivera-Soto, who has refused to rule on cases, to resign if the Assembly does not seek to impeach him. continue reading »


DEAR ABBY: I'm pretty sure my husband is addicted to adult porn movies. We have several pornographic DVDs in the house and I can tell when they have been moved. He denies he's watching them, so confronting him again will only make him more angry and possibly push him "underground." Our sex life, which used to be grand, has become almost non-existent. Do you have any suggestions? -- SUSPICIOUS IN FLORIDA continue reading »

Horoscope for Wednesday December 22, 2010

CELEBRITIES BORN ON THIS DAY: Jordin Sparks, 21; Brooke Nevin, 28; Ralph Fiennes, 48; Diane Sawyer, 65 Happy Birthday: Force yourself to put the past behind you and embrace the future. Be strong and have the courage to move forward. Stand tall and do continue reading »

Hospital Loses Catholic Status for Performing Life-Saving ‘Abortion’

The St. Joseph Hospital of Phoenix, Arizona has been stripped of its Roman Catholic church affiliation and Catholic designation for performing a life-saving abortion on one of its patients. continue reading »

Elected Leaders Urge Recognition of Latino Contribution to U.S. Population Increases

With the release today of Census 2010 reapportionment data, an analysis conducted by the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO) Educational Fund shows that the growth in Latino numbers continue reading »