Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel on Saturday named Manuel Marrero Cruz as the country's prime minister, a nonexistent role within Cuban politics for more than four decades.
Doctors shared details Thursday about what happened to the brain of one diplomat who may be a victim of the so-called sonic attacks that have impacted dozens of people in Cuba and China.
Two Georgia Department of Drivers Services staff have been demoted or fired after an investigation found they mishandled the driver's license application of a Puerto Rican man, according to the agency.
Miss Nigeria has set a new standard for how we want our friends to react to our successes.
Jamaica's Toni-Ann Singh was crowned Miss World on Saturday.
Starting Tuesday, it will be even harder for Americans to visit Cuba as a Trump administration mandate to US airlines to cut flights to nine destinations on the island takes effect.
Miss South Africa rules all.
The family of a Caribbean resort employee is suing an American tourist accused of manslaughter in the worker's death.
The way Nathan Bain's teammates mobbed him in the paint, you could tell what it meant when the unranked Stephen F. Austin Lumberjacks chopped down the No. 1 Duke Blue Devils.
She's the first African-American woman to lead an NBA team and says she better not be the last. More than a year after being tapped as CEO of the embattled Dallas Mavericks, Cynthia Marshall says she has turned around the organization's culture and has greatly diversified its top ranks.
Wreaking havoc and destruction, Hurricane Dorian battered the islands of the Bahamas in August and September. Winds reaching 180 mph killed 65 people and caused up to $3 billion in damage in the Caribbean. About 70,000 people were left homeless with more forever touched by the devastation.
Puerto Rican astrologer Walter Mercado Salinas died Saturday night at Auxilio Mutuo Hospital in San Juan, Puerto Rico, according to hospital spokeswoman Sofia Luquis. He was 87.
The two men haven't met, but their stories are strikingly similar.
An American passport opens doors.
The grandfather of a toddler who fell to her death on a cruise ship in July has been charged with negligent homicide in her death, Puerto Rican authorities said.
Flights to nine destinations in Cuba, not including Havana, will be suspended by the Department of Transportation.
FBI toxicology tests have determined that the deaths of three U.S. tourists in the Dominican Republic were due to natural causes, a U.S. State Department official said Friday.
Puerto Rico's financial oversight board might live to guard the island's restructuring for another day.
Puerto Rico Gov. Wanda Vázquez Garced has called an urgent meeting after six people were killed in a mass shooting at a San Juan apartment complex.
Rescuers say they found a puppy alive in the rubble of a collapsed building, one month after Hurricane Dorian ravaged parts of the Bahamas.
Turns out money doesn't just buy a glamorous vacation in the Caribbean or a killer suite in Quebec -- it can buy residency too.
The wait is almost over for the latest James Bond movie, with a new film poster released on Saturday.
Haitians are calling for a massive protest Friday after weeks of anti-government gatherings have brought thousands to the streets of the capital to demand President Jovenel Moise step down.
Paris, and the French people, are famous for timeless, seemingly effortless style -- something about the casual way they tie a neck scarf?