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Conservative Organization Claims Asylum, Refugee Seekers Could Pose Danger to U.S.

Conservative Organization Claims Asylum, Refugee Seekers Could Pose Danger to U.S.

According to the conservative group Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR), increased asylum and refugee policies will open doors to terrorists and criminals looking to enter the United States. continue reading »

Hispanic or Black Job Applicants Shouldn’t be Denied Employment Due to Credit History Govt Say

Since at least 2008, Kaplan Higher Education has rejected job applicants based on their credit history. This practice has an unlawful discriminatory impact because of race and is neither job-related nor justified by business necessity continue reading »

7 Brazilian Birds Now on U.S. Endangered List

7 Brazilian Birds Now on U.S. Endangered List

The populations of seven South American birds found almost exclusively in Brazil’s Atlantic Forest and Cerrado biome have dropped to such low numbers that they are now being listed as endangered under the U.S.'s Endangered Species Act. continue reading »

We Never Thought We’d be Saying This, but Isn’t Machete Kind of Cute? (VIDEO)

We Never Thought We’d be Saying This, but Isn’t Machete Kind of Cute? (VIDEO)

Watch a whole new side to Machete, and remember. Wash your hands. Only claymation can make Danny Trejo kinda cute. continue reading »

Recycle Your Used Live Holiday Tree

Recycle Your Used Live Holiday Tree

Beginning on Saturday, January 1st and running through Monday, January 17th, 2011 Chicago residents can drop off their used real holiday trees at any one of 23 participating tree drop off sites (see listing below). continue reading »

Guess How Many Gun Stores in Mexico?  Only ONE - Surprised??

Guess How Many Gun Stores in Mexico?  Only ONE - Surprised??

If one were to guess how many gun stores are in Mexico, it can almost be guaranteed that that guess would be wrong, because despite the highly publicized violence and number of guns the cartels are using, continue reading »

Who Do You Think Deserves to be the Hispanic Athlete of The Year? Vote Here Only 3 Days Left!

Cast your vote (in the comment section) from the following top-ten list of Hispanic athletes HS-News has compiled; we will count them and publish the results on Jan 2 2011. continue reading »

Mexican Pop Singer Kalimba To Face Sexual Assault Allegations in Court

Mexican Pop Singer Kalimba To Face Sexual Assault Allegations in Court

Mexican pop singer Kalimba will have to appear in court for the alleged rape of two underage girls at an after party on December 19. continue reading »

UPDATE: Mexico Town’s Lone Officer, Erika Gándara, 28, is Now Missing

UPDATE: Mexico Town’s Lone Officer, Erika Gándara, 28, is Now Missing

After becoming the only police officer in the village of Guadalupe in northern Mexico this summer, 28-year-old Erika Gándara has gone missing. Late last week, Gándara was taken from her home, and a dozen gunmen burned her house down continue reading »

New Study Shows Increased Neighborhood Segregation Despite Increased Diversity

According to a report out of Brown University, though there has been an increase in racial and ethnic diversity in the U.S., there is still a segregation among neighborhoods. continue reading »

Man Arrested at Puerto Rican Airport with 49 Heroin Pellets in Stomach

Man Arrested at Puerto Rican Airport with 49 Heroin Pellets in Stomach

A 27-year-old U.S. citizen was taken into custody by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) Saturday after U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) continue reading »

Hispanic Bar Association Applauds Confirmation of Judge Mary Murguia to Court of Appeals

Diana S. Sen, National President of the Hispanic National Bar Assocation (HNBA), noted that "The HNBA is thrilled that Judge Murguia has been confirmed and looks forward to her work on the U.S. Court of Appeals. continue reading »

NARCO BLOG: Pancho Villa’s Heir Fighting Drug Cartels in Mexico

NARCO BLOG: Pancho Villa’s Heir Fighting Drug Cartels in Mexico

A hundred years after the Mexican Revolution, General Villa still battles in Coahuila. Carlos Villa is the great-nephew of Doroteo Arango a.k.a. Pancho Villa, the most charismatic revolutionary, continue reading »

Family of Slain Mexican Mom, Marisela Escobedo,  Hiding Out in U.S.

Family of Slain Mexican Mom, Marisela Escobedo,  Hiding Out in U.S.

The family of murdered Mexican mom, Marisela Escobedo, has fled Mexico and is hiding somewhere in the United States, probably in El Paso, Texas. continue reading »

Peruvian Community Celebrates New Year by Fist Fighting to Solve Past Grievances (VIDEO)

The community of Chumbilbilca, a province located Southeast of Cusco, keeps a very peculiar end of the year tradition. Before the new year arrives, fist fights are held in order to release tensions, settle scores and vent any personal problems that have built up over the year amongst members of the community. continue reading »