A year and a half into her administration, many say Xiomara Castro has yet to live up to expectations. But as Honduras’ first female president, those expectations are higher than usual. Much of the criticism against Castro comes from machismo and gender discrimination. She’s just one of two female heads of state of a Latin American country.
The US government cut aid to Northern Triangle countries after President Donald Trump blasted the countries for sending migrants to the United States.
You might say that those who have believed that flamingos are natives of Florida are tinkled pink at new reported findings.
Do you love chocolate? This fact may bug you.
When it comes to setting climate change policy in the US, kids don't have much of a voice because they can't vote. But they can go to court. So a group of 21 young people are suing the Trump Administration for failing to adequately tackle the climate crisis.
Guatemalan, Nicaraguan, Salvadoran and Honduran migrants are participating in the Caravan of Refugees to advocate for the right to request asylum.
Simone Biles made a lot of people proud when she won the Olympic gold medal for women's individual all-around gymnastics this week.
In Zacualpa, Guatemala, some residents can't resist the gamble of taking out a loan and heading north. But they don't all make it and some go missing. Now help is at hand.
Rebeca Lane gets inspiration from women who defy patriarchal norms, and her current tour is meant to help others do the same.
This sophomore in Kansas from Guatemala juggles algebra — and the reality that he must soon pay the smuggling fee he owes from coming to the United States.
English singer-songwriter Morrissey has a staunchly loyal and maybe obsessive fan base. His shows are defined by audience members throwing themselves on stage, clamoring to hug him. But Morrissey's most loyal disciples come from a seemingly unexpected group — young Mexican Americans.