He fed 2 million Puerto Ricans. Now this celebrity chef José Andrés is being called a hero
The Restaurateur — who owns Bazaar Mar by José Andrés at SLS Brickell and The Bazaar By José Andrés South Beach — traveled to Puerto Rico five days after Hurricane Maria tore through the island on Sept. 20 and went right to work.
In 2016, diplomats at the United States Embassy in Havana were mysteriously stricken. Was it an attack? There is no official explanation for it, but it has played a big role in America’s current political disengagement with Cuba.
A riot broke out in a police station jail in Venezuela's Carabobo state Wednesday. Unofficial sources at the scene reported that five inmates are dead and two police officers injured in the violence. Distraught family members told members of the m
Mery “Balvina” Muñoz, a Venezuelan exile in Colombia, doesn’t have a work permit. So she spends most days singing for spare change, including this song that her mother wrote while she was jailed in Venezuela.
Wuilly Arteaga is a peace icon known for playing his violin during last year’s deadly protests against President Nicolás Maduro of Venezuela. The National Guard destroyed his violin and tortured Arteaga in jail. Now he’s calling on the world to co
A phone call interrupted Maydelin Alfonso Vázquez's monologue in the lobby of the Montecarlo Hotel, about six blocks from the U.S. embassy. Some of the Cubans staying there while they waited for U.S. visas listened to her litany of difficulties.
In this sixth installment of Making it in America, a video series highlighting the impacts of immigrant entrepreneurs in Florida, viewers will see what Fabrice Tardieu has accomplished as a Haitian entrepreneur and how his work has impacted his co