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  • Cuban missile crisis myth constrains today's diplomatic standoffs

     
    Global Focus: Fifty years after the superpowers were poised to annihilate each other over nuclear missiles sent to Cuba, the myth prevails that President Kennedy forced Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev to back down by threatening to unleash nuclear war....
  • Timeline: Major moments in the history of the Miami Marlins

    <b>Timeline:</b> Major moments in the history of the Miami Marlins
    Nov. 11, 2011: Florida Marlins become the Miami Marlins. Dec. 5, 2011: Closer Heath Bell is signed as a free agent for three years, $27 million. Dec. 7, 2011: Shortstop Jose Reyes signed as a free agent for six years, $106 million. Dec. 8, 2011: Left-...
  • Miami Marlins fire manager Ozzie Guillen

     
    A last-place finish amid considerable turmoil in the Miami Marlins first season in their new downtown ballpark has cost manager Ozzie Guillen his job. The Miami Marlins announced Tuesday that they have dismissed Guillen. The announcement was made by......
  • Seer madness: Readers and I do our duty, predict 2013

     
    With the help of several Latin scholars I’ve come up with a fittingly snooty motto for this column’s annual exercise in forecasting the news: Non coniectare imprudentior esset Translation: Not to conjecture is imprudent. Inspiration: “Is...
  • Venezuelans in Orlando calling for a protest January 23

     
    Venezuelan President Hugo Chvez did not show up for his inauguration for a fourth term, and the political uncertainty has raised many questions in the minds of Venezuelans living in Central Florida. Orlando resident Yilaisa Seijas said that people in...
  • World reacts to death of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez

     
    Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, the charismatic socialist whose Bolivarian Revolution reduced poverty and galvanized anti-American sentiment across Latin America but left his nation deeply polarized and ever more dependent on oil dollar...
  • French daredevil climbs landmark Havana hotel without a net

     
    By Anne-Marie Garcia, Associated Press HAVANA — A French daredevil who has scaled some of the world's tallest buildings conquered Cuba's famous Habana Libre hotel on Monday without ropes or a safety net — climbing to the top in about half an...
  • Celia Cruz: a los 10 años de la muerte de la reina de la salsa |FOTOS

    El 16 de julio se cumplen 10 años que la poderosa voz que inmortalizó el inconfundible grito de "¡Azúcar!", símbolo de la salsa cubana, calló para siempre, dejando huérfano al género musical de una de sus mayores artistas, la inimitable Celia Cruz....
  • At 123, Bolivian man may be the oldest human who ever lived

    Carmelo Flores Laura, a Bolivian cattle and sheep herder, was born in 1890 -- 123 years ago -- according to Bolivian public records. That's a year before the invention of the rotary-dial telephone and two years before the first Ferris wheel spun at the...
  • 'Castro's Daughter' Movie Finds Director (EXCLUSIVE)

    "Precious" producer Sarah Siegel-Magness will direct historical drama "Castro's Daughter," replacing "Il Postino" director Michael Radford. Siegel-Magness will also produce through her Smokewood Entertainment banner along with Mankind Entertainment 's...
  • Zombies! Romance! Strikeouts! Chicago baseball has it all

    Zombies! Romance! Strikeouts! Chicago baseball has it all
    Now that the Blackhawks season is over, it's time for baseball season in Chicago to officially start. So here's a quick recap of the 2013 season. The Cubs and White Sox have played some games. The Cubs and White Sox have lost most games. A man named...
  • Public displays of ambition at Museum of Art's 'Who Am I to You?'

    Public displays of ambition at Museum of Art's 'Who Am I to You?'
    When artist Catalina Jaramillo visits the Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale on Saturday, she will come bearing boxes of all the journals, diaries, sketchpads, Museum of Modern Art textbooks and study manuals from her life since age 16. The worn editions,...