Everything went wrong for the Cuban dictatorship. It thought it was going to win when it militarized the island and blocked the marches and protests scheduled for Nov. 15.
Mark Zuckerberg can be accused of many things. But not of timid ideas. The founder of Facebook thinks big, and has managed to get nearly 3 billion people to connect monthly to his social platform, the biggest in a planet that has about 8 billion people.
On November 3rd, I will mark 35 years as the anchorman for the Spanish-language Univision network’s daily newscast (Noticiero Univision) in the United States. That was never my plan.
The city that never sleeps was sleeping. Or at least it looked that way at the new and magnificent terminal at the Laguardia airport after midnight.
It was unimaginable.
Twenty years ago, it was a beautiful morning. I had gone out jogging and everything seemed to be in its right place.
Something came out wrong, This was supposed to be the year when we controlled the Coronavirus with vaccines, and this would be a “summer of joy” in the United States.
This past Thursday, August 19, President Andrés Manuel López Obrador said the following during his morning news conference: “Jorge Ramos came around here to say that my government has the record for the most murders. False. Fortunately.”
The Olympic Games are over, and I feel it like a personal loss.
The fascination with the Cuban dictatorship that so many Latin American politicians, including Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador,
The story has been told so many times we’re no longer sure it’s true. But former President Ronald Reagan is reported to have said this: “Latinos are Republicans.