Two decades after the end of the civil war, Archbishop Romero still faces criticism in his home country.
The shootout in the western state of Michoacan involved a drug cartel and security forces.
Police have resorted to iron-fisted methods to deal with violence in the wake of a gang truce’s collapse.
Raw sewage and trash floods into Guanabara Bay, the site for next summer’s Olympic sailing races.
Founded in 1916, the town defied the Cuban government’s caricature of predatory capitalism.
The Congress passed a new national anti-corruption system that many hope will address impunity.
He helped bring about the reconciliation between Havana and Washington.
Most of the villagers suffer from acute health issues. They’ve taken creative steps to protest the pollution that follows the train line.
With new access to the U.S. market, the island’s entrepreneurs are raring to go. If they can get online.
Cuba may wait for Obama's terrorism-list removal to take effect before looking to reopen embassies.
Rare plants and ancient human artifacts are in the way of giant excavating equipment.
His anti-capitalist polemic “The Open Veins of Latin America” became a lodestar for leftists worldwide.
Reconciliation between the U.S. and Cuba will happen much sooner than reconciliation among Cubans
After a historic meeting with Cuban President Raúl Castro, Obama said the nations’ immediate task is to reopen embassies in Washington and Havana after decades of official estrangement.
The announcement came at a Caribbean meeting ahead of this week’s Summit of the Americas.