The directors of the FBI and the NSA will break their public silence today about their investigations into possible links between Russia and President Donald Trump's campaign at a rare open congressional intelligence committee hearing.
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Despite their differences in important issues like the refugees, the role of the US in NATO and the future of the European Union, Chancellor Angela Merkel’s visit to Washington last Friday wasn't that bad as expected.
Most of the works were chosen before last year’s Presidential election and makes us feel nostalgic, as reported in The New Yorker. Among the selected artists are two prominent Latinos: Rafa Esparza and Raúl de Nieves.
The travel bans have heightened the anxiety for Muslim athletes, reports The New Yorker.
From the 150 cities taken into consideration. Philly was found at No. 139
For over a decade Stephen Purvis had been a pillar of Havana's expat community, one of many foreign businessmen investing in Cuba's crawl from Cold War communism towards modernity. But for reasons unknown to him he was also under State Security's microscope. One morning during the height of President Raúl Castro's purges in 2012, he was arrested and taken away into the absurd and brutal world of Cuban justice.
Chuck Berry, one of the great icons and founders of rock and roll, from the time he released "Maybellene" in 1955, died Saturday at his home at age 90, according to the County Police Of St. Charles, in Missouri, USA.
La obra de Derek Walcott, fallecido a los 87 años, ha estado marcada por tres elementos fundamentales: su patria caribeña, la lengua inglesa y su origen africano.
Born in Saint Lucia in 1930, he was regarded by critics as one of the greatest Caribbean poets.
Documentaries by a trio of young filmmakers who have looked to their own family histories as source material take fresh looks at Latin America's 20th-century dictatorships and armed conflicts.