China's Hold On Latin America Poses Security Challenge To US
Florida Representative Maria Elvira Salazar asserted that China had established a military presence in Latin America.
Latino Republicans Oppose Party's Immigration Agenda
Salazar is among a handful of Republicans pushing back against a proposal being considered in the House that would restrict asylum at the U.S.-Mexico border.
Blinken Calls For Dialogue In Rare High-Level Contact Between US And Nicaragua, A Day After 222 Prisoners Were Released
Blinken calls for dialogue in the rare high-level contact between the countries, a day after 222 prisoners were released.
Latino-Miami Preschool Teacher Puts Blackface On Students As Part Of Black History Month Lesson
Three toddler kids attending a preschool in Miami were seen wearing black faces along with their teacher, with brown paint covering their faces.
Texas Man Pleads Guilty To Hate Crimes In El Paso Walmart Shooting That Targeted Latinos
Texas man pleads guilty in racist 2019 Walmart attack.
FBI May Be Targeting Catholics Who Attend Latin Mass, Suggests Purported Document Of The Agency
A purported FBI document suggests the agency may target Catholics who attend Latin Mass.
Latino Media Network Plans To Build 'Multiplatform Audio Company' Starting With 18 Stations
The vision of Latino Media Network is to create cultural pride for Latinos by inspiring and celebrating the Latin community.
China, Latin American Countries Welcome Lula’s Return To Presidency As Brazilian Markets Fall After Inauguration
Lula da Silva's first day in office as the President of Brazil has been met with a wide range of support from leaders around the world as well as a significant tumble in the Brazilian market.
Nicaragua Experiences Worst Year For Press Freedom As Latin America Criticized For Continued Attacks On Journalists
Nicaragua is reportedly experience the worst attack on press freedom this year, as many Latin American countries find their leaders attacking journalists publicly in the deadliest year for journalists since 1998.
3 Best Places To Celebrate Christmas In Latin America
If you're thinking of spending Christmas outside of the city or your suburban home, here are three places in Latin America where you can celebrate the holidays with your loved ones.
Mexico's Army Refused To Capture Sinaloa Cartel Boss El Chapo Sons After Knowing Location - Reports
Mexican officials allegedly knew Sinaloa Cartel Boss El Chapo sons' location Known but did not go after them.
Colombia Mudslide Buries More Than 20 Bus Passengers Alive
At least 27 people have died as a result of a landslide on a road in the western Colombian region of Risaralda.
US, China Fight For Latin American Economies As Region’s Growth Rate Stagnates
As the U.S. and China appear to be battling for economic dominance in the Latin America region, a UN-backed economic commission warns of significant stagnation of growth in the region.
56.5 Million People In Latin American Countries Impacted By Hunger: Report
United Nations report shows over 50 million people in Latin America and the Caribbean going hungry, and a 'social crisis' that may have been exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Brazilian Economist Ilan Goldfajn Elected President Of Inter-American Development Bank
The former leader of Brazil's Central Bank was elected on Sunday to be the new President of Latin America's main development bank after its previous leader was removed from office.
Mexico City Ranks 1st In Job Record Growth In October
Mexico City and Jalisco hits record job growth in October, officials said.
Fish Demand In Latin America Notably Increasing With China Fishing Activities
China's fishing activities have reportedly grown greater on foreign waters, raising concerns in Latin America.
Bolivia Urges Brazil To Extradite Former Minister Of Defence For Possibly Plotting To Assassinate President Luis Arce
Bolivia has requested the extradition of former Minister of Defense, Luis Fernando Lopez Julio, from Brazil for his involvement in the attempted assassination of President Luis Arce.
Jalisco Cartel Boss Controls Notorious Mexican Drug Trade With His 2 Brothers [REPORT]
Reports mentioned that CJNG command is shared by "El Mencho," his brothers, and his associate.
Argentinian Workers Most 'Burned Out' Due To Work Stress – Study
The majority of Argentines experience physical, emotional, and mental exhaustion due to ongoing workplace stress.
Same-Sex Marriage Made Legal In Mexico's 32 States
All 32 states in Mexico on Wednesday signed laws that allow same-sex marriage in the country, putting to end a long campaign for marriage equality by LGBT communities in the country.
109-Year-Old Mexican Grandma From Disney Pixar Film 'Coco' Passes Away
The person who is said to have served as inspiration for one of the key characters in the Disney Pixar film "Coco," Maria Salud Ramirez Caballero, has passed away.
American Tourist Found Rotting In Columbian Apartment
The body of this foreigner who mysteriously disappeared in Columbia was discovered decomposing in own apartment.
5 Decapitated Heads Left In Mexican Ice Freezers
Mexican authorities found five decapitated heads in Tamaulipas, Mexico.
Mexican Smuggler Bringing 5 Migrants Killed by Police Near Guatemala Border
'Smuggler' transporting five migrants was shot dead in southern Mexico as his driver sped through a police checkpoint.
Mexican Mom Burns Self After Receiving Threats From Neighbors Over Noisy Son
A 35-year-old mother passed away three days after sprayed herself in alcohol and set afire in Mexico.
5 Plastic Bags Full Of Chopped Body Parts Found In Mexican State Plagued With Drug Cartels
Mexican authorities found five bags containing gruesome human remains in a drug cartel-infested city.
50 Bodies Pulled From Deserted Truck In Human Trafficking Operation Gone Wrong
[Hold for Rhick] Two men were arrested on Monday due to their relation to a human trafficking incident inside of a truck in Texas that ended up killing 51 migrants.
Police Sniffer Dog Finds Cocaine Worth $32 Million Inside Truck of Cookie Boxes in Brazil
Enzo, a Brazilian Federal Police sniffer dog, alerted officers to 800 kilos of cocaine being carried in a truck in Rio de Janeiro.
Female Judge Kisses Argentinian Killer Cop To Get Away From Life Sentence
A female judge is found kissing an Argentinian cop killer whom she tried to spare from life in prison.