1. Skip to navigation
  2. Skip to content
  3. Skip to secondary content



Latino State News

Worldwide Youth Unemployment Rate at All-Time High

The global youth unemployment rate is at a record high and is expected to climb even higher as the year progresses. According to the International Labor Office (ILO) report, of the world’s 620 million economically active youth between the ages of 15 and 24, 81 million were out of work at the end of 2009, the highest number ever. continue reading »

WTF?  Brazil Prepares for UFO Visits

WTF?  Brazil Prepares for UFO Visits

Are there UFO’s, also known as Unidentified Flying Objects, in Brazil? No one knows for sure but if there are the Brazilian military will be ready. In an unprecedented and WTF move - as in What’s That For – Brazil’s Air Force has created procedural guidelines on what to do when a UFO appears. continue reading »

Start of Ramadan Being Observed by Muslims Throughout the World

Start of Ramadan Being Observed by Muslims Throughout the World

Today is the start of Ramadan when Muslims around the world observe this holy period by fasting from dawn till dusk. This is a period of intense devotion, reflection and charitable giving for U.S. Muslims starting today through September 11, 2010. continue reading »

Honduras Confía en Alcanzar Acuerdo con FMI

Honduras Confía en Alcanzar Acuerdo con FMI

El país espera el acuerdo para recibir créditos por US$80 millones del Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo, US$40 millones del Banco Mundial, US$52 millones de la Unión Europea, US$7 millones de Alemania y US$50 millones de Taiwán. continue reading »

Hispanic Movie Stars Asking U to Get Involved

Hispanic Movie Stars Asking U to Get Involved

In September a new public service announcement (PSA) featuring the beautiful faces of Rosario Dawson, Jessica Alba and Eva Longoria will urge Hispanics to fight for their civil rights and stand up against Arizona’s controversial SB 1070. continue reading »

Arizona’s Criminal Alien Enforcement Surge is Paying Off

In the largest operation of its kind ever carried out in Arizona, more than 60 convicted criminal aliens and immigration fugitives have been arrested following a three-day targeted enforcement operation by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). continue reading »

U.S. Border Patrol Own’s Wonder Dog - Chile

U.S. Border Patrol Own’s Wonder Dog - Chile

Superman had Krypto the Wonder Dog and U.S. Border Patrol now has its own version with Chile, the drug-sniffing dog. Chile, is a U.S. Border patrol dog that has earned the title “Wonder Dog” for his drug busts last week. continue reading »

Video Montage of Soldiers Returning Home to Surprise Loved Ones

HS News Salutes the Millions of Hispanic Americans that have served in the US Armed Forces or fought for this country before it became a country. The Mexicans, Spanish, Cubans and Puerto Ricans defeated a British force of 1,200 at what is now St. Louis in 1779. Over two hundred years of valor has been proven by Hispanics for America that continues to this day in battles in Afghanistan, Iraq and wherever American forces fight to protect our country and what we believe in. continue reading »

Se inicia Exposición de Sepulcros Mayas en el Museo Nacional de Antropología

Se inicia Exposición de Sepulcros Mayas en el Museo Nacional de Antropología

Las majestuosas máscaras y joyas que acompañaban en la muerte a los gobernantes mayas fallecidos entre el 200 y 900 de nuestra era se exhiben en México a partir de este jueves, en una muestra que recrea la magnificencia de los sepulcros mayas. continue reading »

Hispanic Media’s Love Affair with President Appears to be Over

Hispanic Media’s Love Affair with President Appears to be Over

It appears that U.S. Hispanics are not the only ones frustrated and disappointed with President Barack Obama’s work, or lack of, on immigration reform. Taking a page book continue reading »

Brasil y Venezuela, los Reyes de Twitter

Brasil y Venezuela, los Reyes de Twitter

Brasil y Venezuela, en este último caso con ayuda de su presidente, Hugo Chávez, son junto a Indonesia los países donde la red social Twitter goza de un mayor índice de penetración entre los internautas, según informó ayer comScore. continue reading »

The Plague in Peru

The Plague in Peru

UPDATE: The World Health Organization is now involved in the plague outbreak occurring in the northern region of Peru. WHO's investigation has revealed at least 10 strains. continue reading »

Car Bomb in Colombia

Colombian news agencies are reporting a car bomb going off in northern Bogota near one of the country's major radio stations, Caracol Radio. The national police chief, Oscar Naranjo immediately identified the bombing as "a terrorist act." No one was reported killed and several people were injured when the blast occurred early this morning. continue reading »

Mexico and Spain Play to a Draw

Mexico and Spain Play to a Draw

Javier Hernandez scored in the 12th minute to put Mexico ahead in a game marking the 200th anniversary of Mexican independence from Spain. Spain was returning to the field exactly one month after their World Cup victory. David Silva scored in the second minute of added time for Spain, who had trailed for almost the entire game. continue reading »

8% of births in US to Unauthorized Immigrants

8% of births in US to Unauthorized Immigrants

An estimated 340,000 of the 4.3 million babies born in the United States in 2008 were the offspring of unauthorized immigrants, according to a just released analysis of Census Bureau data by the Pew Hispanic Center, a project of the Pew Research Center. continue reading »