Haitian musician/producer Freshla is known as the King of Rabòday, a style of music he founded and whose roots are based in vodou. Freshla's also being courted by politicians who want his endorsement in this weekend's Parliamentary elections.
Not everybody who serves in the US military is actually an American citizen, but many of them were told they would receive citizenship if they served. Instead, thousands have been deported from the country they say is their real home after committing even minor crimes.
Mexican police have captured and arrested a former mayor and his wife for their alleged role in the disappearance of 43 students. Jose Luís Abarca and his wife are accused of ordering police to abduct the students after they had participated in anti-government protests in late September.
Iguala, Mexico is a place that's hostile to outsiders and heavily controlled by drug cartels. That makes it an extremely difficult — and dangerous — place to look for the 43 missing students who were allegedly abducted by the local police force.
Cuban-American actress Elizabeth Peña died on Wednesday in Los Angeles at the age of 55. Fans remember her for taking on those "tent pole" roles that moved her out of stereotypical Latina characters and into the mainstream.
As many as 43 college students are missing and feared dead in the southern Mexican city of Iguala. Investigators are trying to piece together what happened, but with both the police and gangs suspected in the kidnappings, many parents don't trust the government's investigation.
Now that "Baby Doc" Duvalier has died in his native Haiti, there is talk of giving him a state funeral. But Boby Duval, who was imprisoned by Duvalier in the 1970s, says Baby Doc's history of embezzlement and repression should remain to teach future generations what not to do.
Jamaican artist Brushy One-String performs on a guitar with, yes, just one string. And it's awesome. If you don't believe us, check out the video.
Thousands of kids from Central America are being intercepted every month trying to enter the United States. Most are traveling alone. What forces a parent to send their child on such a dangerous trip? And what are countries like El Salvador doing to stop them?