Former Bush official urges Latinos to vote Trump out, saying GOP has 'lost control of the monster they helped create'
A former official in the George W. Bush administration has penned a Washington Post op-ed urging his "fellow Latinos" to vote President Trump out of office, saying the Republican Party has "have lost control of the monster they helped create."
After 82 years of Disney princesses, Disney Channel is now introducing its first Jewish Latina princess.
Telemundo anchor spars with Trump on immigration, Dreamers: 'Do you have something against immigrants?'
In a contentious yet cordial interview on Spanish language network Telemundo Thursday, President Trump defended his record with immigrants both legal and illegal, his tactics with Mexico and blamed Democrats for being unwilling to cut a deal for Dreamers.
Trump campaign to launch 'Latinos for Trump' effort in Miami
President Donald Trump will begin his 2020 re-election effort by trying to woo Hispanic voters with a kickoff event in the crucial swing state of Florida, home to a sizeable portion of Hispanic voters.
Florida counties scrambling after abrupt order mandating bilingual ballots by 2020 primary
Rural counties across Florida are struggling to meet a state mandate to offer bilingual ballots to all its voters in time for March 2020 primary.
Pompeo warns Russia against 'messing around with Venezuela'
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo had strict words on Sunday for Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov regarding Venezuela – a day before the two are scheduled to meet to discuss, among other things, the continuing political crisis in the South American nation.
Trump reverses slew of Obama-era Cuba policies in new crackdown
The Trump administration on Wednesday rescinded several Obama-era policies toward Cuba, while imposing tough sanctions against Venezuela and Nicaragua – as part of a new crackdown on what National Security Adviser John Bolton dubbed the “three stooges of socialism."
Trump's Venezuela envoy clashes with Ilhan Omar at hearing: 'That is a ridiculous question'
The Trump administration's new special envoy for Venezuela, Elliott Abrams, clashed Wednesday with freshman Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., during a House hearing on the Caracas crisis after the congresswoman tried to turn focus to Abrams' history in Latin America while asking him point-blank whether he'd support "genocide" if it served American interests.
How deep are cracks in Venezuelan military support for Maduro?
As most of his cohorts in the Venezuelan embassy in Washington hastily burned documents and packed their bags to return to the capital Caracas, after President Nicolas Maduro severed all diplomatic ties with the United States last week, the country’s military attaché’ Col. Jose Luis Silva instead became the first high-ranking officer to defect since opposition leader and head of the National Assembly, Juan Guaido, formally challenged Maduro for the nation’s leadership last week.
From secret meetings to social media to military rumblings: How Venezuelan protests came to life
Thousands swarmed the Venezuelan streets this week, across the country calling for their regime leader Nicolas Maduro to step down. But the anti-government demonstrations were far from spontaneous.