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Agreement over U.S. Access to Colombian Bases Declared Unconstitutional

A deal crafted last year giving U.S. military personnel more access to Colombian military bases was deemed unconstitutional by the country’s Supreme Court. Last year the government of Colombian President Alvaro Uribe struck a deal continue reading »

Bolivian Miners Blockade and Hunger Strike Ends on 19th Day

Bolivian Miners Blockade and Hunger Strike Ends on 19th Day

UPDATE: On the 19th day of striking Bolivian miners reached an accord with government officials. Strikers, that included the region's Governor and local Mayor, met with representatives of President Evo Morales and reached several accords most importantly the government agreed to give "priority" to building a local airport to increase tourism in the area and thereby creating more jobs. The blockades that virtually shut down the city were removed and stranded tourists were able to leave the region, all unharmed continue reading »

HS News La Buena Vida- Daily Horoscope

HS News La Buena Vida- Daily Horoscope

Daily Horoscope-Customize your very own Page! Pick your own Symbols, colors and more! See your Chinese Zodiac outlook for 2010. Learn more about your personality traits compatibility trails, ideal job and more...Let the Love Meter take a fascinating look at compatibility with your partner... continue reading »

Mexican Drug Violence Spills into the Catholic Church

Mexican Drug Violence Spills into the Catholic Church

Monsignor Victor Rene Rodriguez reports of threats, extortion and abuse by drug dealers coming in from all over the nation. The Mexican Catholic church has adopted several new procedures to minimize the risk to both priests and parishioners. continue reading »

‘Disaster Migrants’ Helping Clean Up the Gulf

‘Disaster Migrants’ Helping Clean Up the Gulf

As you walk the coastal shores of Louisiana and Florida you will see diligent work crews helping clean up the crude oil from the Gulf of Mexico spill. What many do not know is that many clean up crews are predominantly Hispanic. continue reading »

Avance Lento y Colapso de Caverna en Mina San José

Las labores de sondaje en la mina San José de Copiapó para alcanzar los refugios en que pueden estar los 33 mineros desparecidos avanzan más lento de lo esperado pese al complemento tecnológico que llegó desde Estados Unidos y Australia. continue reading »

Is there Some Monkey Business in Mexico’s Telecommunication Sector?

Is there Some Monkey Business in Mexico’s Telecommunication Sector?

In July, Televisa announced it would team up w/ Nextel Mexico to go into the mobile phone business and therefore submit a bid to provide mobile telecommunication services at Mexican airports. The $14 million bid immediately came under scrutiny for being so low and being the only bid submitted. Under Mexican law, other competitors were barred from bidding due to their other large wireless holdings. Carlos Slim’s America Movil has paid close to $400 million f continue reading »

Representation of Minorities On Corporate Boards Still Lags –Hispanics Being the Least Represented

Representation of Minorities On Corporate Boards Still Lags –Hispanics Being the Least Represented

U.S. Senator Robert Menendez (D-NJ), Chairman of the Senate Democratic Task Force and the lone Hispanic Senator, unveiled the results of his survey on women and minority representation among the senior management of Fortune 500 companies, as well as their use of minority and women-owned businesses in the contracting and procurement process. The surve continue reading »

México Podría Impedir el Acceso de Camiones de EEUU al País Por un Conflicto de Transportistas

El Gobierno mexicano podría llegar a establecer nuevas sanciones e incluso cerrar la frontera a los camiones de carga estadounidenses si ese país mantiene su negativa a que los transportistas mexicanos ingresen a EE.UU., afirmó hoy el secretario (ministro) de Economía, Bruno Ferrari. continue reading »

US Farmers Need Undocumented to Fill Jobs Americans Don’t Want

US Farmers Need Undocumented to Fill Jobs Americans Don’t Want

With harvest time approaching, US Farmers must depend on undocumented immigrants to bring in the crops. Farm workers have a very long day, beginning at dawn and working all day in the hot sun. Of the estimated one million farm workers nationwide, the majority are immigrants with up to half of them being illegal. continue reading »

Campaign for More Adoptions Underway in Hispanic Christian Churches

Campaign for More Adoptions Underway in Hispanic Christian Churches

The Call to Conscience recently partnered with The National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference (NHCLC) to help mobilize Hispanic Christians around the issue of abortion. continue reading »

Major Drug Operation Shut Down at Miami International Airport

Major Drug Operation Shut Down at Miami International Airport

Twenty-seven members of an international drug trafficking organization operating primarily through Miami International Airport (MIA) were charged with federal narcotics violations, following an investigation by U.S. Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE) continue reading »

Corte Avala Bodas y Adopciones Gay

Corte Avala Bodas y Adopciones Gay

Es un hecho. Los matrimonios gay y las adopciones de niños por parte de estas parejas se mantienen. continue reading »

Caca, Tequila and Juggalos and its Just Monday

Caca, Tequila and Juggalos and its Just Monday

World news agencies, well not the serious ones anyway, reported a Hispanic performer was attacked by flying feces. Alarmed HS-News staff investigated and after a thorough investigation can report its only Tila Tequila, a non-Hispanic. continue reading »

Hispanic Market to be Key Army Recruiting Focus

Hispanic Market to be Key Army Recruiting Focus

The Army plans on spending over $150 million on its upcoming recruiting campaign “Army Strong” for all markets with a special emphasis on the Hispanic market. continue reading »