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.
South Miami-Dade deserves the Metrorail extension residents were promised, not a $300 million “rapid transit” bus terminal. It’s no “SMART Plan,” but Mayor Carlos Gimenez is pushing buses as a quicker fix, calling for a July 19 commission vote.
On this 4th of July, Americans are grappling with a President Donald Trump who's turning upside down everything valued and thought guaranteed in the Constitution and Bill of Rights. We need more than the ready-made patriotism of fireworks.
Zero tolerance and detention remain, but what made President Trump cave on separating immigrant children from parents? The condemnation of Americans from all walks of life — except his bigoted base — made it political suicide to continue.
The Trump administration is detaining up to 1,000 parentless immigrant children at a Homestead facility and denying entry to members of Congress as evidence mounts of inhumane treatment at other points. Hear depth of suffering on ProPublica audio.
The Trump “zero tolerance” deportation machine is sending Venezuelans in South Florida back to dictator Nicolas Maduro’s hell and hunger. Did President Trump forget the chavista dictatorship that was cemented in Venezuela on his watch?
Ivan Duque, the right-of-center front-runner in Colombia’s June 17 presidential elections, is an international expert on how to turn cultural activities, such as movies and music, into major export industries.
In vintage form, President Trump cuddled up to dictator Kim Jong Un, praising North Korea's 'great beaches' and condos and hotels instead of nukes policy. Florida Senator Marco Rubio defended him. And Obama's Cuba deal was bad? Politics.
The OAS passed a declaration supported by the United States and Nicaragua that does not blame Nicaraguan dictator Daniel Ortega for the 127 deaths in anti-government protests in recent weeks, not states they will not recognize Ortega’s sham 2016 election. Why such double standard?