Barcelona strengthened its leadership position in the Spanish First Division soccer rankings after battling back from a two-goal deficit to trounce Real Sociedad on their home turf, where they had not won in more than 10 years.
Manizales, Colombia"s "city of open doors," has brought the curtain down on the 62nd edition of its traditional, Spanish-inspired fair, a festival held annually in January.
The leftist administration of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro in March 2016 created a system of subsidized food boxes aimed at mitigating shortages at grocery stores and supermarkets, but those establishments" shelves are practically empty a year and nine months later and complaints and denunciations of fraud are growing.
The xenophobic and euroskeptic United Kingdom Independence Party announced Sunday it had suspended its leader"s girlfriend for having sent racist messages about Meghan Markle, who is soon to marry Prince Harry.
The Peruvian government officially lowered the casualty count to one dead and 65 injured in the magnitude-7.1 earthquake - as measured by the US Geological Survey (USGS) - that struck the southern part of the country early Sunday morning.
The death toll in the flooding and landslide that last week hit Montecito, California - northwest of Los Angeles - rose to 20 on Sunday, with four people remaining missing, authorities said.
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Despite the almost instantaneous rejection among most Argentines of the idea of eating insects, there are Guarani Indian communities living in the northern part of the country where it is an ancestral and spiritual practice to cultivate insect larvae as part of the local diet and for their curative properties.
According to the CDC, the flu is now hitting 49 states hard, peaking early and, in some cases, claiming lives. So far, eighteen flu deaths have been reported in Pennsylvania, and the outbreak doesn’t seem to be slowing down soon.
The Venezuelan government and opposition began Friday in Santo Domingo the second day of dialogue, looking for solutions to their country's ongoing crisis.
The number of opioid-related deaths in Philadelphia last year should be enough to justify that we give a safe injection site a solid try.
A Trump administration policy prevents undocumented minors who are in shelters financed by the state - for crossing the border in an "illegal" way – to access medical services to interrupt their pregnancy.
Ford has recalled 2,902 units of the 2006 Ranger pickup trucks, equipped with an airbag made by the Japanese company Takata, after confirming that the death last year of an occupant of one of the affected vehicles was caused by an exploding airbag.
Several initiatives to support entrepreneurs are trying to stop the flight of talent from the island after Hurricane Maria.
The United States" consumer price index grew by 0.1 percent in December relative to the previous month and the inflation rate for all of 2017 came in at 2.1 percent, the Labor Department reported Friday.
The entire world has reacted to the comments made in private by the president of the United States, in which he described countries like El Salvador and Haiti as "shitholes".
The President of the United States announced on Twitter that he would be canceling an upcoming visit to London due to his anger at his predecessor, a decision that on Friday was welcomed by the city's mayor.
The president of the United States on Friday denied using a crude slur to refer to El Salvador, Haiti and African countries during a conversation with senators about a proposed immigration policy overhaul, although he said he did employ tough language.
Nearly as many Latinos in the U.S. use the internet for news as they do television.
A New Jersey state senator has introduced legislation to legalize recreational marijuana, despite the recent actions of the U.S. Department of Justice.
After the Donald Trump administration put an end to the Temporary Protected Status of hundreds of thousands of Salvadorans, Canada has taken steps to prevent a massive flow through its borders.
Ecuador's foreign minister confirmed Thursday that her country granted citizenship to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange in December.
Despite a tough childhood, Villaraigosa has shown that Latinos go far beyond a stigma and that they can change the course of national politics.
After his meeting with congressional leaders on Tuesday, Trump has returned to his "muralist" rhetoric to reach an agreement on the Dreamers, while a federal court issued a temporary injunction against the end of DACA.