Hispanic turnout in the Nov. 6 elections may be low, judging from the latest polls. That would be fatal for Democratic hopes to win the House of Representatives and keep President Trump from controlling all branches of government.
In the race against Donna Shalala, Maria Elvira Salazar portrays herself as a GOP hardliner on Cuba like Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen. But she told this columnist that President Trump should talk with Raúl Castro.
President Trump’s public charge rule would deny green cards, citizenship to immigrants using public assistance programs. In states like Florida, it means thousands of children without healthcare, school meals.
After Brett Kavanaugh was confirmed to the Supreme Court, Taylor Swift encouraged fans to vote for Democrats in the 2018 election, upsetting Republicans. Here’s why you should vote with the girl from Tennessee.
The landslide victory of far-right former army captain Jair Bolsonaro in Brazil’s first round vote last Sunday turns him into the front-runner for the Oct. 28 runoff election. Will he be a populist autocrat, like Russia’s Putin, Turkey’s Erdogan, and the Philippines’ Duterte?
An unprecedented petition by seven countries of the International Criminal Court to investigate Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro for possible crimes against humanity may be joined by major European countries, which would make it much stronger.
Chilean President Sebastian Pinera told me what many Latin American leaders and U.S. officials are saying privately: International diplomatic pressure against Venezuela’s dictatorship won’t be effective unless there is a united and powerful opposition there.
In the same speech at the U.N. in which Trump criticized Venezuela’s regime, he undermined an effort by five Latin American nations to demand an International Criminal Court investigation into Venezuelan dictator Nicolas Maduro’s human rights abuses.
Eleven countries of the Group of Lima of Latin American democracies issued a statement that turned the clock back in efforts to restore democracy in Venezuela, and gives new political oxygen to President Nicolas Maduro’s dictatorship.
The Republicans smearing Christine Blasey Ford, who has accused President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexually assaulting her when they were teens, are being outrageously unfair.
Argentina judge’s order for the arrest of Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner could mark an inflection point in the fight against corruption — it seeks to jail the ex-president for taking at least $69 million in bribes, and goes against corrupt business leaders who made them.
Turkish chef Nusret Gökçe, aka Salt Bae, deserves the scorn for courting Venezuela dictator Nicolás Maduro with fancy steak while Venezuelans deal with starvation, shortages, and a spiraling economic crisis.