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Tecate Wins Out Over Bud Light in the Robot World (VIDEO)

Tecate Wins Out Over Bud Light in the Robot World (VIDEO)

Clearly the brainiac’s at Trossen Robotics didn’t know how to entertain its robotic creation call Darwin-OP the Humanoid, so they decided to see what his artificial intelligence would tell them about beer preferences. continue reading »

WATCH:  Enrique Iglesias “Ayer” Video Debut (VIDEO)

Watch here Enrique Iglesias’ new video for “Ayer” also known as “Yesterday”. We LOVE this Spanish ballad and love him. He remains sexy as ever even with his self-acknowledged small penis. If this video doesn’t give you enough of the Latino hottie he will be featured TONIGHT on VH1’s ‘Behind the Music” program. 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 »

Extreme Trafficking:  3,500 Ammo cartridges Found on Women Traveling to Mexico from U.S.

Extreme Trafficking:  3,500 Ammo cartridges Found on Women Traveling to Mexico from U.S.

Mexican authorities are reporting the arrest of a yet to be identified women for carrying some 3,500 ammunition cartridges into Mexico from the U.S. The women was traveling legally from El Paso, Texas on a passenger bus when her luggage was inspected in a routine border inspection at Juarez. The border patrol on the Mexican side of the border discovered boxes upon boxes of ammo for different caliber guns, there were 9mm, 30mm, .38 super and 39mm. continue reading »

Unwarranted Arrest of Civil Rights Attorney Brings Sheriff Joe Arpaio Another Lawsuit

Unwarranted Arrest of Civil Rights Attorney Brings Sheriff Joe Arpaio Another Lawsuit

A year after Sunita Patel, a civil rights attorney at the Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR), was arrested while documenting law enforcement activity during protests against Arizona’s SB1070 immigration law, CCR and Patel jointly filed a lawsuit in federal court in Arizona against Maricopa County, Sherriff Joe Arpaio, continue reading »

Rare Paralyzing Infection Affecting Residents of Arizona-Mexico Border

Rare Paralyzing Infection Affecting Residents of Arizona-Mexico Border

Health officials on both side of the Arizona-Mexico border are on high alert for the cause of a rare but paralyzing condition that has affected a small community of people. continue reading »

International Condemnation for Murders of Journalists in Mexico and Brazil

International Condemnation for Murders of Journalists in Mexico and Brazil

The United Nations agency tasked with defending and promoting press freedom condemned the murders of journalists in Mexico and Brazil, two Latin American countries where reporters have already been killed this year. Irina Bokova, the Director-General of the UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) demanded the killers of both Yolanda Ordaz de la Cruz in Mexico and Auro Ida in Brazil be brought to justice, and called for strong measures to curb violence against journalists. continue reading »

NARCO NEWS:  Cocaine Sub Located in Honduras with $250 Million Worth of Drugs Aboard

NARCO NEWS:  Cocaine Sub Located in Honduras with $250 Million Worth of Drugs Aboard

The Honduran government with assistance from a U.S. Coast Guard patrol have seized a submarine with tons of cocaine aboard. The submarine-like water craft appears to be made of fiberglass and was found about 50 feet below the water surface in the province of Gracias a Dios (Thanks to God). continue reading »

Catholic Constituents to Boehner: Follow Your Faith

Catholic Constituents to Boehner: Follow Your Faith

The purpose of an elected official in a democracy is to represent the voice of his or her constituents. Today, Catholics from Representative John Boehner’s district in Ohio have let their voices be heard loud and clear, urging him as he works to solve the nation’s debt crisis to “seek a compromise that reflects the Catholic values of solidarity with the most vulnerable.” continue reading »

Beauty Queen Turned Actress Monica Spear To Star in Telenovela

Beauty Queen Turned Actress Monica Spear To Star in Telenovela

Venezuelan actress Monica Spear is set to star in the telenovela “Flor Salvaje” (Wildflower), set to debut on Telemundo next week in primetime.The 2004 Miss Venezuela turned actress grew up on a ranch in Maracaibo. continue reading »

El Diego, Leader of The Line-Captured in Shootout -HS News Blog Narco

El Diego, Leader of The Line-Captured in Shootout -HS News Blog Narco

A large operation was carried out by the Federal Police in the colony groves, in the city of Chihuahua, Chihuahua. Authorities released information that they were going for a major leader of a cartel involved in drug trafficking. They have since confirmed the important capture of Jose Antonio Acosta Hernandez, better known in the world of drug trafficking as The Diego, continue reading »

Latino Grandparent Caregivers Relieve the Foster Care System

Latino Grandparent Caregivers Relieve the Foster Care System

An accident landed seven of Rosie Cardenas’ grandchildren on her doorstep -- and she hasn’t looked back since. Along with her husband, Jerry, Cardenas raised them when their daughter, a single mother, was seriously injured in a car accident. The Cardenases determined their daughter was unable to care for her children and officially adopted all but the oldest of the seven children. continue reading »

Honduran Authorities Recover 0ver $250 Million in Cocaine From Sub

Honduran Authorities Recover 0ver $250 Million in Cocaine From Sub

A Honduran patrol boat has located a semi-submersible craft used by drug traffickers to carry cocaine. Five crewmembers have been detained. continue reading »

Nearly Half of Mexican Population Lives in Poverty

Nearly Half of Mexican Population Lives in Poverty

In a report released yesterday, the number of Mexicans living in poverty grew by 3 million in the past two years to 52 million people. This represents 46.2 percent of the population living below the poverty line. continue reading »

One Year Later, States Draw Back from SB 1070 Legislation

One Year Later, States Draw Back from SB 1070 Legislation

A year after SB 1070 took effect, states nationwide are turning away from similar bills, fearing the financial and political fallout seen in Arizona and the consequences that anti-immigrant legislation could have in their own backyards. “Arizona was a wake up call for other states,” said Elena Lacayo, field coordinator with the Immigration Policy Project at the National Council of La Raza (NCLR), the nation’s largest advocacy group for Hispanics. continue reading »