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William Morgan’s life appeared to be a string of failures until the Toledo native went to Cuba to fight in Fidel Castro’s revolution, where he became a trusted commander. A new documentary on PBS tells his story.
Twenty-eight films on immigration will be screened in 16 locations in the region over four days.
President Obama and Hillary Clinton addressed the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute’s awards banquet Thursday night.
Two lawyers received Letelier-Moffitt Human Rights Awards for their work in, respectively, prosecuting war criminals in Latin America and advocating for people emerging from the criminal justice system in the United States.
The National Hispanic Foundation for the Arts gala Tuesday night celebrated emerging talents and honored veterans. The foundation advocates for a greater Latino presence in the arts and media.
The next stop for Pope Francis: Washington.
Pope Francis will celebrate the first papal Mass in her shrine outside Santiago on Tuesday.
With restrictions on building churches, Cuba’s Catholics set up worship spaces in homes. T
The Miami International Airport was busier than usual Friday as hundreds headed to the island.
In the stories it tells — and that we bring to it — the Mall reflects America’s state of constant change.