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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

Spanish Firm to Develop New Oil Field in Ecuador

Spanish oil major Repsol said it plans to develop a new oil field in Ecuador that could yield between 5 million and 6 million barrels of crude. continue reading »

“I Want the President to be as Bold and Generous as Republicans have Been Petty and Mean-Spirited”

Today, Rep. Luis V. Gutiérrez (D-IL) joined at least 14 of his colleagues from the Congressional Hispanic Caucus to say that July will be a month of action for the CHC to defend children fleeing violence and to push for prosecutorial continue reading »

Obama Insists He Can Resolve Border Crisis From Afar

President Barack Obama said he does not need to visit the southern border to resolve the crisis arising from the massive arrival of unaccompanied Central American children and he urged Congress to grant his budget request for $3.7 billion in supplemental funds to address the influx. continue reading »

Obama Insists He Can Resolve Border Crisis From Afar

President Barack Obama said he does not need to visit the southern border to resolve the crisis arising from the massive arrival of unaccompanied Central American children and he urged Congress to grant his budget request for $3.7 billion in supplemental funds to address the influx. continue reading »

3 Beached Whales Discovered on Puerto Rican Beach

Three pilot whales that beached themselves on Puerto Rico's southeastern coast are dead, the U.S. commonwealth's Department of Natural and Environmental Resources said. continue reading »

Mexican Authorities Rescue 165 Migrants From Kidnappers

Police rescued 165 Central American and Cuban migrants from kidnappers in the northern border state of Tamaulipas, Mexican authorities said Thursday. continue reading »

Senate Approves Julian Castro as Housing Secretary

The U.S. Senate on Wednesday confirmed the nomination of San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro to head the Department of Housing and Urban Development. continue reading »

Neymar’s Agent Posts Sarcastic Rant About Brazil Coach Scolari

The agent who represents star Brazilian striker Neymar took to social media to blast the manager of Brazil's national squad, Luiz Felipe Scolari, calling him an "arrogant and ridiculous old fool." continue reading »

Immigration Organizations File Lawsuit Against Obama Administration

Several organizations on Wednesday filed a lawsuit against the administration of President Barack Obama over the lack of attorneys protecting the rights of immigrant children in deportation proceedings. continue reading »

Immigration Activists Offer Tips for Dealing with Border Patrol

Activists in the U.S. Southwest are offering tips to local Hispanic populations on what to do when stopped at one of the Border Patrol's internal checkpoints. continue reading »

Argentina Defeats the Dutch, Heads for 5th World Cup Final

Goalkeeper Sergio Romero was the hero for Argentina in São Paulo Wednesday in the World Cup semifinal against the Netherlands, stopping the Dutch twice in a 4-2 penalty shootout to give his team a shot at winning its third championship. continue reading »

NELSON BALIDO: Auto Industry in Pole Position in Mexico as U.S. Policies But Brakes on Growth

Thanks to nearshoring, many are calling Mexico the new China. But maybe calling Mexico the new Detroit would be more accurate. continue reading »

Results of Mexico’s Fight Against Obesity, Diabetes to be Presented at U.N.

Health Secretary Mercedes Juan plans to present the results of Mexico's efforts to fight obesity and diabetes to the United Nations in compliance with international agreements, officials said. continue reading »

U.S., Cuba Hold New Round of Migration Talks

The United States and Cuba on Wednesday are holding here a new round of talks aimed at preventing illegal migration and facilitating regular migration flows. continue reading »

Spanish Firms to Build Wind Farm in Honduras

Spain's Iberdrola Ingenieria and Gamesa have been awarded a contract to build a 50 MW wind farm in Honduras, Iberdrola said Wednesday in a statement. continue reading »