The legendary nightclub singer died Saturday in her hometown of Havana, according to a statement on social media from Cuba's Ministry of Culture.
An innovative program in Colombia gives men a chance to master the skills needed to be a hands-on dad — and become closer to their kids along the way.
The death of Nobel laureate Pablo Neruda days after Chile's 1973 military coup should be reinvestigated, an appeals court has ruled, saying new steps could help clarify what killed the poet.
Thousands of demonstrators cloaked in pink marched through cities in Mexico and abroad on Sunday in what they called a "march for democracy" targeting the country's ruling party.
Women are taking their rightful place in Rio's "Carnival of the streets" — the "bate-bolas," translated literally, as ball beaters.
NATO chief criticizes Trump after he threatened to abandon NATO allies. Israel's military says it rescued 2 hostages in Gaza.
Gay and trans migrants often faced violence in their home countries. Many face similar persecution from their countrymen in the U.S.
Evangelical Christians are often courted by right-wing politicians. But in Venezuela, left-wing President Nicolás Maduro is trying to secure the church's support in the run-up to elections.
He served as president from 2010 to 2014 and again from 2018 to 2022. Piñera led the South American nation during devastating natural disasters, including the fallout of an earthquake and a tsunami.
Salvadoran photographer Carlos Barrera takes a look at the nearly two years of human rights violations allegedly committed by the government of El Salvador during the country's state of emergency.
President Bukele was widely expected to be reelected in a landslide. He has cracked down on gangs but also has taken steps to consolidate his power and eliminate opposition.
The fires have been burning with the highest intensity around the city of Viña del Mar, where a famous botanical garden founded in 1931 was destroyed by the flames on Sunday.
El Salvador's Nayib Bukele has won plaudits both at home and abroad for his indiscriminate security crackdown that has seen more than 1% of the country's population put in prison.
Republicans contend Mayorkas' "willful and systemic refusal to comply with the law" on immigration amounts to "high crimes and misdemeanors" for failing to manage the U.S.-Mexico border.
The town of Jacumba, on the California-Mexico border, has experienced a massive influx of migrants. Unofficial detention camps have popped up throughout the community. Then one day, something changed.