On Monday morning, President Barack Obama received an endorsement from one of the most influential Hispanic TV personalities of all time, Cristina Saralegui.
Former Republican Rep. Lincoln Diaz-Balart said he “would have raised hell” if he had known that President George W. Bush had granted a visa to Raul Castro’s daughter, Mariela Castro.
After controlling the comings and goings of its people for five decades, communist Cuba appears on the verge of a momentous decision to lift many travel restrictions.
The Tribeca Film Festival premiere of "Una Noche," a film about three Cuban teens trying to escape the Communist island nation for a better life in the U.S., was marred by the disappearance of two of the film's lead stars.
A contrite Ozzie Guillen sat in the heart of Little Havana seeking forgiveness for what the Miami Marlins manager called the biggest mistake of his life - saying he admired Fidel Castro.
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez flew back to Cuba late Saturday for another round of radiation therapy, telling his countrymen that he has faith a "miracle" will help him survive cancer.
Hispanic immigrants that speak English along with their native Spanish are healthier than new arrivals that speak only one language, says a new study that links bilingual language proficiency and overall health.
The real person to keep an eye on during the Pope’s visit to Cuba is Cardinal Jaime Ortega, the Archbishop of Havana. The Pope’s visit will allow the Cardinal the political cover to demand more freedom and democracy.
Venezuelan president Hugo Chávez said on Sunday that his cancer has returned, adding that he will undergo radiation therapy in the coming weeks.
She’s every inch the Latina bombshell but Hollywood newcomer Génesis Rodríguez is ready to prove that her talent doesn’t just lie in her good looks.
Cuban media reported over the weekend that Fidel Castro, the 85-year-old former communist leader and supreme commander of Cuba for more than four decades, published his memoirs on Friday.
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Guest of honor, Edward James Olmos to kick off six-day event
Cuba expects that the international community once again overwhelmingly rejects the over-50-year US economic, commercial and financial blockade, said Cuban ambassador to Caracas Rogelio Polanco.