Hurricane Matthew slams Cuba

Hurricane Matthew, the most powerful storm to strike the Caribbean in nine years, made landfall on Tuesday in southeastern Cuba packing sustained winds of up to 240 kph (149 mph), the island’s Insmet weather service said.

Exercise may ease hot flashes

Hot flashes are a lamentable part of reaching middle age for many women. While drug treatments may provide relief, two new studies suggest that the right type of exercise might lessen both the frequency and discomfiting severity of hot flashes.

Food airlifts to relieve Oaxaca

Mexico's air force has been flying tons of grain into Oaxaca state in the south of the country to deal with dwindling food supplies caused by roadblocks set up by protesting teachers.

Argentines without Papers Living “Invisible” Lives

They have names and they are Argentine, but they live “invisible” lives in their native land. They were not registered at birth and that makes it difficult for them to get an identity document and get access to the most basic rights

Ecuador earthquake

Ecuador's President Rafael Correa has warned that the death toll from a powerful earthquake which has killed 272 people is likely to rise.

U.S., Cuba discuss human trafficking

Representatives of the U.S. government and Cuba met this week in Miami to exchange information on how to combat people trafficking and prevent fraud, U.S. State Department spokesman John Kirby announced Friday.

2017 Chevy El Camino

Chevy El Camino is the first car produced between 1959 and 1960, then continued production of second-generation El Camino in the year 1964 to 1987. Here is what to expect as it will be reborn at the end of 2016

Down by the riverside

Rosario embodies much of the best and some of the worst of Argentina. Most big cities in Spanish-speaking America were founded by a conquistador. But Rosario just sprang up, in the mid-19th century.