Los informes iniciales dicen que no hay heridos y no se prevé amenaza de tsunami para la isla.
Initial reports say no one is hurt and there is no threat of tsunami for the island after the late-night quake.
Wednesday, September 19, marks one year since a devastating earthquake in Mexico City left more than 300 hundred people dead.
So far, there have been no reports of fatalities from Tuesday's earthquake.
The Fuego volcano in Guatemala erupted in early June.
The Central American country continues to grieve and grapple with the aftermath of the June 3 volcanic eruption, which to date has left 114 people dead, with 197 still missing.
Guadalajar and other parts of Mexico's western coast are being hit hard by the second Pacific hurricane of 2018.
Una iglesia en Upper Darby, Pensilvania, está recaudando fondos para las comunidades damnificadas por la erupción del Volcán de Fuego.
Pastor Nolberto Guerra Chacón of Fresca Unción Internacional, a church in Upper Darby, Pennsylvania, is leading a fundraising and relief effort for the communities devastated by the June 3 volcanic eruption that has killed 99 people and counting.
The movement opposing the memorial claims that the government is pushing aside necessary investigative measures to determine why exactly the building collapsed.
The government has provided 28 new houses to families in Mocoa left homeless by the 2017 disaster.
The Trump administration has decided to continue protecting thousands of Haitians living in the US since the 2010 earthquake from deportation for another six months.
Let’s be clear: America is an undertaxed society. Our wants and needs from government -- the two blur -- exceed our willingness to be taxed.
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos confirmed Sunday that at least 210 people died and 203 were injured in the mudslides that buried or wiped away part of the city of Mocoa, promising that the southern jungle city will be rebuilt.
One of the most important labs in Latin America is preserving genetic resources to protect species from future natural catastrophes, specifically ones that are important to human survival.
The exhibit honors the stories of unaccompanied immigrant youth, families, and young adults who fled their homes in Central America.
Forget politics for just a moment, forget the oh-so-important "Latino
vote" and forget the activists pushing the family togetherness agenda.