On a Q6A the Democratic nominee answered questions about U.S.-Mexican relations, the Latino vote and more.
The Cuban government showed its discontent during a series of protests across the island that paralyzed universities and other schools under the slogan “Hornet’s nests against the blockade,” a reference to the U.S. trade embargo.
Cuba’s Havana Club rum is set to enter the U.S. market “even if it were to open tomorrow,” according to executives of the firm that exports 75 percent of its production.
Pedro Pablo Kuczynski, President of Peru, described the U.S. attitude towards Latin America as that of any human being with his or her pet: warm and close, but inconsequential.
Unfortunately, levels of violence against women have increased as they are more empowered.
Obama’s former science advisor, John Holdren, says these things can help them remain relevant under a president who resists facts.
The city located three hours away from Miami, has an area of solar panels equivalent to 200 soccer fields
A new lawsuit has been filed against those responsible for the crisis that broke out in 2014
Cuba and the United States still do not enjoy “normal” financial ties, the island’s foreign minister said in comments posted Wednesday on the official Web site Cubadebate.
The decision by key South American countries to send an ultimatum to Venezuela’s authoritarian regime demanding that it respect democratic rules went almost unnoticed in the U.S. media
The Castro brothers were able to govern for so long in part because the United States often took actions against their rule that allowed them to rally the people against a common enemy.
A Stanford-NYU study found fake news had little real impact on voters and the outcome of the election.
Salvadoran immigrants will have 18 months to get a legal permit or leave the country, but the Central American country is not ready to receive repatriates
The jailed Mexican drug lord, Joaquin Guzman, has asked to be extradited to the United States rapidly so he can receive better treatment in prison.
History, drugs demands in the US, violence in Mexico, security cooperation between both are some of the issues in the Agenda that have came under the light after "El Chapo's" scape
Asthma affects millions of children in the United States, and so does obesity. A new study may have found a link between the two, as early-life asthma may contribute to the development of childhood obesity.
Possible U.S. Fed hike of interest rates and difficulty in approving structural reforms at home, lead to appreciation of U.S. dollar, fall of market.
Families fleeing violence in Latin America and migrants from outside of it make up an unprecedented crisis of homeless people stranded just outside the US
In Mexico, Trump is widely known and widely disliked – but he also presents an opportunity for the government to paint itself as a victim, not a villain
Traces of the Cold War seem to be flourishing back to life while the push and pull between both nations increases
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