Retired musician Santos Candelaria cares for his sick wife at a federal medical shelter in Manati, Puerto Rico that was set up to treat patients after Hurricane Maria. Every morning, he sings to his wife and the medical staff.
Santos Candelaria sings 'Preciosa.'
In Colombia, criminal gangs threaten small gold miners
Óscar Pérez survives brutal attack in Venezuela
Óscar Pérez: "We are going to surrender"
Covered in blood, Óscar Pérez says Venezuela government will not allow his surrender
Óscar Pérez posts video saying he is under attack by Venezuelan government forces
Navy base video of underwater training
Colombian police battle illegal gold miners
Trailer for Cuba's Forgotten Jewels: A Haven in Havana
Fireworks accident critically injures spectators in Cuba
Attorney-client meeting room at Guantánamo Bay
Cuban and U.S. researchers team up to fight lung cancer
A new trailer for the upcoming movie "Loving Pablo" is based on the book 'Amando a Pablo, Odiando a Escobar', by Colombian journalist Virginia Vallejo, one of the lovers of the late drug kingpin, Pablo Escobar. The film stars Javier Bardem and Penélope Cruz.
Subsistence gold miners in Colombia get hit from all sides. The criminal gangs who extort money from them. The multinational companies that dominate the industry. The government that they say wants to regulate them out of existence.
Óscar Pérez, the Venezuelan policeman wanted after attacking the headquarters of the Supreme Court and the Ministry of the Interior from a helicopter, posted a video asking Venezuelan government forces to stop shooting at him. Perez says, "we are going to surrender."
Mass Communication Specialists, assigned to Expeditionary Combat Camera and Seabees, assigned to Underwater Construction Team One, conduct underwater photography and divers training off the coast of Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, Feb. 3-24, 2017. Expeditionary Combat Camera’s divers conduct annual training to maintain their diving proficiency, ensuring they are ready to support DoD missions worldwide.
Scientists at the Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology say they have developed promising drugs, including one that could save the limbs of diabetics, but they face hurdles getting them into the U.S. market
Dr. Pedro Camilo Rodríguez, an immune oncology researcher at Cuba's Center of Molecular Immunology, talks about a combined effort between Cuban and U.S. researchers to fight lung cancer with a vaccine.
For 40 years Jairo Pinill has been been making low-budget horror and fantasy films in Colombia that have been panned by critics but embraced by his legion of fans. Now, as he prepares to receive a lifetime achievement award, he's also trying to make the country's first 3D movie.
Joanyri Hernandez, a new ninth grade language arts teacher at Barbara Goleman Senior High, left behind her beloved Puerto Rico, and her students there, to start a new life teaching in Miami after Hurricane Maria devastated the island. Hernandez says that having her students learn about 'The Odyssey' on their iPhones, giving lessons in English, and braving cold A/C temperatures are just a few of the adjustments she's had to make.
Astronauts on the International Space Station use amateur radio to talk with students all over the world about life and work in space. In October, flight engineer Joe Acaba made an historic contact with the Maria Montessori Institute Educational Unit in San Cristobal, Venezuela: the first-ever educational ham radio contact in that country’s history, courtesy of the Amateur Radio on International Space Station program. Here’s a look at the excitement on the ground as more than a dozen elementary and middle school students got their chance to talk to a man in space.