The hope engendered three years ago by the announcement of the normalization of Cuba-US relations after almost six decades of enmity is now a distant memory, given US President Donald Trump"s hostility toward Havana, and Russia has been taking full advantage of the situation to reestablish its influence on the communist island.
The death toll from a landslide that hit the town of Villa Santa Lucia in Chile"s Patagonia region climbed to 11, while 15 others were reported missing, the National Office for Emergency (ONEMI) said Sunday.
Amtrak passenger train derailed in the state of Washington.
Conservative candidate Sebastian Piñera won the presidential runoff against the governing party"s candidate, Sen. Alejandro Guillier, on Sunday, according to the preliminary, albeit all but definitive, vote count.
Atlanta International Airport was resuming normal operation early Monday, hours after an outage unleashed havoc on travelers around the country, leading to hundreds of flight cancellations during one of the most hectic travel periods of the year, according to a report from Dow Jones Newswire.
Our last Chef Series of the year ended with a bang, a.k.a, a glass of lip-smacking port wine and a creamy pastéis de nata.
The Society of Ibero Latin American Professionals (SILAMP) held its annual gala in November.
The song "The Dreamer" by Jackson Brown and Los Cenzontles is the anthem that the struggle of immigrants in the Trump era needed.
After the FCC announces the termination of the regulation on net neutrality, the whole country wonders how it will affect us.
The Brazilian unit of Volkswagen "exhibited unreserved loyalty towards the military government" that ruled the South American country between 1964 and 1985, according to a report commissioned by the German automaker and released Thursday.
Mickey’s greedy gloved claws have snatched most of 21st Century Fox’s entertainment assets, and even for the most fanatic of geeks, this isn’t a good thing.
The president of Peru on Thursday refused to step down despite mounting pressure from the opposition over accusations that he received payments from under fire Brazilian construction company Odebrecht.
After failing to qualify in the very last minutes four years ago, the small Centro American country will compete next summer on its first World Cup.
The Federal Communications Commission has decided to ditch the net neutrality rules, which ensured free and open access to the Internet.
Heads of state and government of European Union member states arrived Thursday in Brussels for a two-day Council summit focused on defense and migration challenges in the bloc.
When the country most needed a voice of protest, Alabama raised its voice, empowering women of color for the first time.
Brazil's government on Thursday upwardly revised its economic growth forecasts for this year and next, saying it projects the nation"s gross domestic product (GDP) will increase by 1.1 percent in 2017 and 3 percent in 2018.
The President of Russia on Thursday announced he would run for re-election as an independent candidate, banking on the support of numerous political parties and the popular vote while casting doubt on the competence of his opposition.
From stocking stuffers to chimney dwellers, these fifty unique gifts are all less than $100.
Leaders of Muslim nations declared East Jerusalem the Palestinian capital at a summit meeting in Istanbul, producing the strongest response yet to President Trump’s decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.
The Commissioner of Philadelphia's Department of Human Services , Cynthia Figueroa, talked with AL DÍA News about the city's challenges and achievements of battling child abuse and neglect.
After President Trump recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas decided to renounce the Oslo Agreements reached with Israel in 1993 and assured that the United States is no longer a mediator in the peace process.
On a quiet Northeast Philadelphia corner, Café Liz Restaurant serves a charming ode to Portugal, all while embodying the traditional narrative of the American immigrant dream.
Brazilian former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, who is currently dogged by numerous corruption charges, vowed once again here Wednesday to prove his innocence in court and run for president in next year"s elections.
The highest-profile African-American adviser to US President Donald Trump will step down on Jan. 20, the White House press secretary said Wednesday.