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HS News Congratulates Tony Jimenez on Being Named to“Top 200 Most Influential Hispanics″ (VIDEO)

HS News Congratulates Tony Jimenez on Being Named to“Top 200 Most Influential Hispanics″ (VIDEO)

Tony Jimenez shares his personal, uplifting, business success story of Free Enterprise, and how that led to the creation of MicroTech - one of the most innovative and fastest growing technology providers in the US. continue reading »

Beware: Tax Time Brings Out Identity Thieves

Beware: Tax Time Brings Out Identity Thieves

During tax time, financial documents come out of locked filing cabinets and are dropped in mailboxes across America. This is prime dumpster diving season for identity thieves. continue reading »

Don’t Forget to Change Your Clocks and Batteries in Your Smoke Detector !

Don’t Forget to Change Your Clocks and Batteries in Your Smoke Detector !

At 2:00 a.m. on Sunday, March 13, Daylight Saving Time begins. You should set your clocks one hour forward. This creates more sunlight hours in the evening during months when the weather is the warmest. continue reading »

English Only Bills Introduced in House and Senate

English Only Bills Introduced in House and Senate

Official English Language Bills have been introduced in both the U.S. Senate and the House of Representatives. Iowa Republican Rep. Steve King sponsored the House Bill H.R. 997, while the senate Bill S. 503 was introduced by Oklahoma Sen. Jim Inhofe. continue reading »

The White House Tackles Bully Prevention

The White House Tackles Bully Prevention

"This week marks the first time the government is paying attention to how kids treat other kids." commented Dr. Susan Lipkins, NY child psychologist and expert on bullying prevention. "Up until know we've had laws and continue reading »

Latino Groups call for Utah Boycott, as State challenges Federal Sovereignty on Immigration

Latino Groups call for Utah Boycott, as State challenges Federal Sovereignty on Immigration

The Utah legislature passed three immigration reform bills last Thursday blazing a new path for immigration reform, separate from Arizona. continue reading »

LET ALL WORRIES GO this weekend with a Latin American Natural Wonder

LET ALL WORRIES GO this weekend with a Latin American Natural Wonder

LET ALL WORRIES GO this weekend with a Latin American Natural Wonder Guess What and Where this is? continue reading »

ACLU Asks Justice Department To Intervene In Serious Human Rights Abuses In Puerto Rico

ACLU Asks Justice Department To Intervene In Serious Human Rights Abuses In Puerto Rico

Letter Cites Allegations Of Extreme Police Misconduct And Suppression Of Free Speech continue reading »

EPA Adds Two Puerto Rico Sites to List of Country’s Most Hazardous Waste Sites

EPA Adds Two Puerto Rico Sites to List of Country’s Most Hazardous Waste Sites

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has added the Cabo Rojo Ground Water Contamination site in Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico, and the Hormigas Ground Water Plume site in Caguas to its Superfund National Priorities List of the country’s most hazardous waste sites. continue reading »

Catholic Church in Mexico Appeals to Drug Traffickers to Repent During Lent

Catholic Church in Mexico Appeals to Drug Traffickers to Repent During Lent

Bishop Ramón Castro Castro, Bishop of Campeche, has appealed to members of criminal organizations involved in narcotics trafficking, during Lent, “to repent and take account of the fact that easy money offers a comfortable life but one that is far from God.” continue reading »

Hollywood Studios Aren’t Tapping the Hispanic Market Very Well, With Some Exceptions

Hollywood Studios Aren’t Tapping the Hispanic Market Very Well, With Some Exceptions

It appears that the more Hollywood tries to get the attention of Hispanics, the worse they are at, and they’re missing out on a huge opportunity that the release of 2009’s Fast & Furious nailed. continue reading »

JUST IN:  NFL Players Union Decertifies with Threat of Legal Action, Work Stoppage Almost Certain

JUST IN:  NFL Players Union Decertifies with Threat of Legal Action, Work Stoppage Almost Certain

The National Football League Players Union (NFLPA) has just announced it has officially applied to decertified which would basically dissolve the union as the bargaining agent continue reading »

UPDATE: Chile Begins Evacuations, Ecuador Declares State of Emergency Due to Japan’s Tsunami

UPDATE: Chile Begins Evacuations, Ecuador Declares State of Emergency Due to Japan’s Tsunami

The Chilean Government has officially issued a tsunami alert effective immediately, and has started evacuating "flood zones" near the coast, as well as the whole Easter Island. continue reading »

POLL:  63% of Americans Say Border Control is Top Immigration Priority

POLL:  63% of Americans Say Border Control is Top Immigration Priority

Little is being said on Capitol Hill about immigration reform these days, but voters remain strongly convinced that border control should come first. continue reading »

Theatrical Production of 24 Hours Sees America Ferrara Sing and Dance on Stage

Theatrical Production of 24 Hours Sees America Ferrara Sing and Dance on Stage

Honduran-American actress America Ferrera, was a part of the “24 Hour Musicals” show held this week at the Gramercy Theatre in New York City. continue reading »