Miami progressives are trying to break the Republican grip on the state’s Latino voters by making cultural connections to Cubans in the US.
The White House is recognizing Carlos Vecchio as Venezuela's new ambassador to the US. But embattled Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro has locked and shuttered the country's embassy.
Oil accounts for 95 percent of Venezuelan exports. It's became even more critical when the Trump administration blocked US revenue to a subsidiary of Venezuela's state oil company in a bid to force Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro from office.
Doctors call it “a concussion without concussion.” But what’s causing it? The medical mystery continues.
A surprise and secret meeting between President Donald Trump and two former Colombian leaders has supporters of the Colombian peace process on edge.
For local leaders in South Florida, battling rising tides and climate change isn't a partisan issue.
Women who won't vote Clinton just because she's a woman. Latinos who won't vote Rubio or Cruz because they're Latinos. Why is this the case, when we're more focused than ever on defining our identity?
If they were, would the presidential candidates make a different impact on minority voters? This political reporter says they might be more relatable if they weren't both white males, despite being Latino.
All of the Democratic contenders have called for government action to address climate change, but there seems to be little appetite for that among the Republican candidates on the stump in New Hampshire, where the first primary is just a few short weeks away.
At the 16th annual Latin Grammys in Las Vegas Thursday night, a song about political empowerment stole the spotlight.
During Wednesday night's Republican debate, Carl Quintanilla and company turned in a performance that will be remembered by the media’s conservative critics for a long time to come.