Cuba’s announcement of a new Constitution that would remove references to communism, recognize the right to private property and allow same sex marriages has generated enthusiastic headlines worldwide. Don’t be fooled.
We demonize sharks for thrills in Hollywood movies like new “The Meg” and classic “Jaws.” But some shark species are being fished to extinction for the fins, a delicacy in China. Your fin soup is their demise.
The notebooks of a former government driver meticulously detailed how he picked up more than $60 million in bags full of cash and delivered them to former President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner’s home. Clearly, cash is a problem.
Nicaragua’s authoritarian leader Daniel Ortega tacitly admitted that most of the hundreds of dead in his country’s political violence were opposition protesters, in what has become the bloodiest ongoing political crisis in the hemisphere. So why isn’t President Trump talking about Nicaragua?
Florida’s dirty beaches are on sale, but swim at your own risk. Gov. Rick Scott’s environmental policies have ruined summer. Sea-lice-infested algae covers sands. Deadly red tide washes ashore dead fish and sea creatures. Feces in water.
Former Costa Rican president Oscar Arias, who won the Nobel Peace Prize for helping end Central American wars and forcing Nicaraguan strongman Daniel Ortega to allow elections in 1990, fears that Ortega doesn’t plan to leave.
The Florida Grand Opera owes an apology to classical music industry and this community for failing to understand that sexual assault, harassment claims against director Bernard Uzan aren’t a thing of the past.
After the International Monetary Fund predicted that Venezuela’s inflation rate will reach 1 million percent this year, many analysts concluded that President Nicolas Maduro’s days in power are counted. But Zimbabwe’s case proves that he could survive hyperinflation - at least for a while.
In recordings obtained by CNN of immigration court proceedings at Port Isabel Detention Center in Los Fresnos, Texas, separated mothers beg for the return of children and asylum hearings are shorter than a fast-food run. No due process.
Rep. Ron DeSantis, GOP candidate for Florida governor, disparaged Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, calling her “this girl” and “whatever she is” to amuse the Trump crowd. But Dem women like her may take back the country in midterm election.
Polls show that in Latin America, work is not a top priority for many people. They should look to the story of Walter Carr, the Alabama man who walked all night so he wouldn’t miss his first day on a new job.
What David Beckham’s soccer stadium public land grab — in the hands of Jorge Mas, who sees it as “legacy” to turn contaminated Melreese golf course site into MLS glory — says about evolving, modern Miami.
Nicaragua’s regime has killed at least 264 anti-government demonstrators in recent months. Yet, U.N. Secretary General Antonio Guterres has issued a statement that fails to call President Daniel Ortega to account.
President Trump revoked their temporary protection status, and now, another parent-child separation crisis looms if TPS holders from Haiti, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Somalia, Nepal and Sudan are deported, leaving U.S.-born children.
Mexico’s leftist president-elect, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, will take office with the biggest mandate in recent Mexican history after his landslide victory on July 1. Turkey should be a reminder of how quickly a country trying to become a modern democracy can slide into authoritarianism.
Are there not enough cooks, servers, housekeepers in immigrant-rich South Florida to staff Mar-a-Lago? In this hospitality haven of culinary school and tourism industry grads, Trump asks for 61 foreign guest worker visas from Labor Department.