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Nudist Gym Opens in Spain’s Basque Country - 1st Ever in Spain (VIDEO)

Nudist Gym Opens in Spain’s Basque Country - 1st Ever in Spain (VIDEO)

As a way to combat recession, a gym in the Basque region of Spain now offers sports and athletic programs for nudists. continue reading »

Extreme Trafficking: Drug-Filled Plane Crashes in New Mexico State Park

Extreme Trafficking: Drug-Filled Plane Crashes in New Mexico State Park

New Mexico police continue to search for the wreckage of a single-engine plane that has left kilos of cocaine strewn across Lake Heron. continue reading »

Body Parts Scattered Near Mexican Presidential Residence – Los Pinos

Body Parts Scattered Near Mexican Presidential Residence – Los Pinos

The up-scale neighborhood in Mexico City, home to museums and Los Pinos, has come face-to-face with the gruesome face of violence in Mexico. continue reading »

Sex Offenders and Cocaine Smuggler Arrested by U.S. Border Patrol

Sex Offenders and Cocaine Smuggler Arrested by U.S. Border Patrol

U.S. Border Patrol agents from the El Centro Sector arrested two illegal aliens with history of criminal sex offenses and seized over $500,000 in cocaine over the past few days. continue reading »

Study on Economic Growth in Cuba wins International Research Prize

Study on Economic Growth in Cuba wins International Research Prize

The winning study was entitled "Economic growth in Cuba: an analysis from total factor productivity", and was presented by a professor from Havana University, Yaima Doimeadiós Reyes. continue reading »

UN:  Middle Class in Latin America is Growing, Positively Effecting 128 Million People

UN:  Middle Class in Latin America is Growing, Positively Effecting 128 Million People

Franco, Martín Hopenhayn and Arturo León have explored the changes to the middle class in Latin America between 1990 and 2007, using analysis combining the occupation of the main household breadwinner and family income. continue reading »

NARCO BLOG 4 Policemen executed in Torreón

NARCO BLOG 4 Policemen executed in Torreón

A few minutes before 10 am on Sunday, the Center for Computing and Crisis Control, better known as C-4, received calls from civilians reporting four dead men by the shore of the Nazas river, in Las Huertas, Gómez Palacio, Durango. continue reading »

Bay Area Man Sentenced for Impersonating Immigration Official and Extorting Money from Immigrants

Bay Area Man Sentenced for Impersonating Immigration Official and Extorting Money from Immigrants

A Redwood City, Calif., man was sentenced Wednesday to three years in prison and three years of supervised release following his conviction by a federal jury for conspiracy, impersonating a federal officer and attempted extortion. continue reading »

Tribeca Film Institute During Festival Announces Grants for Latino Filmmakers

Tribeca Film Institute During Festival Announces Grants for Latino Filmmakers

As the 2011 Tribeca Film Festival is underway good news comes to independent Latino moviemakers with the announcement of grants available. continue reading »

Join us This and Every Sunday At HS-News Open Mic

Join us This and Every Sunday At HS-News Open Mic

Your backstage pass to HS-News showcase of emerging and established Latino musical talent. continue reading »

Mexico Deports Italian Journalist and Scholar Gianni Proiettis Amidst Cloud of Secrecy

Mexico Deports Italian Journalist and Scholar Gianni Proiettis Amidst Cloud of Secrecy

It appears Mexico has deported its first foreign journalist since the 1990’s, Italian professor, scholar and journalist Gianni Proiettis. continue reading »

¡Increible! Lionel Messi First Player to Score 50 Goals in a Spanish Soccer Season

¡Increible! Lionel Messi First Player to Score 50 Goals in a Spanish Soccer Season

Lionel Mess appears unstoppable reaching a landmark goal tally. On Saturday Messi became the first player ever to score 50 goals in a Spanish soccer season. This incredible feat occurred when Barcelona beat Osasuna by 2-0. continue reading »

Hundreds Injured and 12 Dead in Dominican Republic during Easter Break

Hundreds Injured and 12 Dead in Dominican Republic during Easter Break

Dominican Republic officials are announcing that 12 people have died while over three hundred have been injured during the country’s Easter break. continue reading »

Pope’s Easter Message from St Peter’s Square, Addresses Issue of Drug Violence in Latin America

Pope’s Easter Message from St Peter’s Square, Addresses Issue of Drug Violence in Latin America

Pope Benedict celebrated Easter Mass today in St. Peter’s Square with thousands of religious pilgrims and tourists, giving a message of hope while calling for diplomacy and peace in the Middle East. continue reading »

US Dept. of Education and Treasury Recognize Illinois Students in National Financial Challenge

Total of 1,989 Illinois Students Take “Challenge”. State-by-state Results Available at www.challenge.treas.gov As part of an ongoing effort to mark national Financial Literacy Month, continue reading »