In addition to taking historic steps to normalize U.S. and Cuban relations, President Barack Obama may become the first sitting U.S. president to visit Havana in decades.
Police find a disturbed Maryland woman pushing her dead toddler in a park swing south of Washington D.C.
Approximately 3.8 million Hispanic children participate in afterschool programs, and 66 percent of those parents believe that afterschool programs should emphasize the importance of healthy eating and physical activity when engaging their young children.
A small plane that had apparently taken off from Venezuela and carried more than a ton of cocaine on Wednesday crashed off the coast of Colombia. The aircraft had been pursued by the Colombian military.
When Deldelp Medina talks about Silicon Valley, it's like she's talking about the neighborhood kids she grew up with. Growing up in the San Francisco Bay Area, Medina shares some of Silicon Valley's quirks, appreciates its strengths, but also isn't afraid to call it out on its failures, since she became acquainted with the center of the technology universe -- before anyone knew it would become that.
Colombian authorities recovered the prized first-edition copy of "One Hundred Years of Solitude" after it was plucked from a showcase at the International Book Fair in Bogota, said officials.
As the Cannes Film Festival ends, the Critic's Week sidebar announced their winners and the last batch of competition films premiered.
The NBA playoffs and the chase for his third title over the last five seasons took a backseat to LeBron James this weekend.
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