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American’s Crossing Border for Cheaper Gas in Mexico In Spite of Long Lines & Possible Violence

American’s Crossing Border for Cheaper Gas in Mexico In Spite of Long Lines & Possible Violence

At $2.94 or less for a gallon of gas in Mexico, U.S. residents are braving long lines and putting fears of violence aside. According to AAA reports, gas in the U.S. is average $3.82 but is much higher in many places, making the Mexico price very attractive. continue reading »

Miley Cyrus to Tour Latin America for the First Time

Miley Cyrus to Tour Latin America for the First Time

Miley Cyrus will be touring in Latin America for the first time in her career kicking off her ‘Gypsy Heart’ tour on April 29th in Quito, Ecuador. She describes her Gypsy Heart tour as “not just a tour for me, but a mission to spread love. continue reading »

Cuba Wants Term Limits and to “Rejuvenate” Communism

Cuba Wants Term Limits and to “Rejuvenate” Communism

As happens with anyone that is getting older a time of reflection and introspection occurs which is what appears to be happening to President Raul Castro. 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 »

Killer Storms Wreak Havoc in 6 States, Leaves 39 Dead Most in North Carolina

Killer Storms Wreak Havoc in 6 States, Leaves 39 Dead Most in North Carolina

Emergency crews throughout 6 southeastern states continue to assess the damage from killer storms that brought tornadoes, flash floods and hail. Thus far the death toll stands at 39. continue reading »

House of Horrors in Mexico: 13 bodies, 3 Headless Ones and 4 Severed Heads Found

House of Horrors in Mexico: 13 bodies, 3 Headless Ones and 4 Severed Heads Found

Mexican authorities were conducting an investigation inside a house in the state of Durango when in a pit they discovered ten complete bodies, three headless corpses and four severed heads. continue reading »

Iowa Civil Rights Commission Reaches Settlement with Police Force Racially Targeting Latinos

Iowa Civil Rights Commission Reaches Settlement with Police Force Racially Targeting Latinos

In exchange for stopping the practice of racially profiling Latinos in a certain city of Iowa, the state’s Civil Rights Commission will not disclose the identity of that police force. continue reading »

“Friday”’s Rebecca Black’s Idol is None Other Than Selena Gomez (VIDEO)

Listen to an interview with Rebecca Black, the nasally voice behind YouTube hit ‘Friday’. E Entertainment reporter interviews the 13-year old about her ‘career’, her dream to perform with Justin Bieber and of course her aspiration to be like Selena. continue reading »

U.S. Sending Help to Mexico to Fight Border Wildfires

U.S. Sending Help to Mexico to Fight Border Wildfires

The U.S. government is sending specially equipped Air Force planes to Mexico to help the raging wildfire in the northern part of the country, close to the Texas-Mexico border. continue reading »

Sewage Canal Cracks in Mexico Flooding Over 200 Homes

Sewage Canal Cracks in Mexico Flooding Over 200 Homes

A crack in the main sewage canal of two colonias in the state of Mexico flooded over 200 homes with raw sewage. Mexican officials are reporting that the sewage canal of San Isidro and La Providencia continue reading »

Claims Process to Open for Hispanic Farmers to Resolve Discrimination Suits

Claims Process to Open for Hispanic Farmers to Resolve Discrimination Suits

The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) has approved and set up a process by which to handle claims of discrimination while applying for loan for Hispanic and women farmers. continue reading »

U.S. Contributes $126.8 Million to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees

U.S. Contributes $126.8 Million to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees

The United States is pleased to announce a contribution of $126.8 million toward the 2011 operations of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR). continue reading »

12% of Students Admitted to Harvard Are Hispanic, A Record Number this Year

12% of Students Admitted to Harvard Are Hispanic, A Record Number this Year

The elite Harvard College is reporting that it set a record in minority representation in admissions this year, specifically 12.1% of the 2,158 students admitted were Hispanic. Last year Latinos made up 10.3% of the incoming class. continue reading »

Passenger Plane Coming into U.S. from Colombia Found to Contain Drugs Hidden in Cabin

Passenger Plane Coming into U.S. from Colombia Found to Contain Drugs Hidden in Cabin

A U.S. Customs and Border Protection canine unit discovered 21 ounces of cocaine concealed in an airline cabin panel about 4:30 p.m. Thursday at Washington-Dulles International Airport. continue reading »

Argentine’s Last Dictator Reynaldo Bignone Sentenced to Life in Prison for Crimes Against Humanity

Argentine’s Last Dictator Reynaldo Bignone Sentenced to Life in Prison for Crimes Against Humanity

The former Argentinean dictator, Reynaldo Bignone, and four other individuals were sentenced to life in prison for crimes against humanity. continue reading »