U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry confirmed he will visit Cuba to formally reopen America's embassy in Havana. Some Latino politicians are not thrilled with the policy announcement.
Hillary Clinton raised $45 million in just three months after launching her 2016 presidential campaign.
The U.S. and Latino unemployment rate slipped based on May's jobs data. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), an agency within the U.S. Department of Labor, announced the overall unemployment rate decreased to 5.3 percent as 223,000 jobs were added.
In Mexico seven police officers have been charged with torturing three women that were witness to a deadly incident in the small town of Tlatlaya
New data from the 2015 STEM Index, the second-annual study of growth in STEM jobs, careers and educational pathways carried out by U.S. News/Raytheon shows Silicon Valley's lack of diversity is still rooted in education, as the gender and racial gaps in STEM fields have widened since last year.
After two years, the suave and mysterious secret agent and debonair ladies' man, James Bond 007 (Daniel Craig) returns to the big screen.
While he has been exposed to some of the most stunning locales during his missions, this time he finds himself engulfed in a visually stunning scene centered around the Day of the Dead (El Día de los Muertos) in Mexico City.
The Bachata singer beat out some of the most popular mainstream musicians, like Beyonce and Swift, for the top spot.
The new horror anthology series coming to Syfy will feature content that was originated by the Internet phenomenon Creepypasta.
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