HBO Latino premiered its one hour special, “Habla y Vota,” on Friday, September 16, but we were able to attend an advanced screening of the special on Thursday night. The star-studded documentary emphasizes the importance of the Latino vote through compelling and inspiring stories from Latino celebrities and personalities on how voting has affected their lives.
On Thursday, Ecuador said it will set a date for Swedish prosecutors to question Julian Assange inside its London embassy.
Arianna Huffington, co-founder and editor-in-chief of the Huffington Post, has announced her plans to step down from her position to focus on a health and wellness startup, Thrive Global.
A twin bomb attack in Hua Hin near Bangkok, a popular tourist resort, left at least one dead and 12 people injured.
We picked recording artist Shayna Leigh’s brain on the story behind her musical journey and her plans for the future.
Shots were fired at a Ferguson protest, which was organized to commemorate the second anniversary of Michael Brown’s death.
A fire broke out at a maternity ward in Yarmouk hospital in western Baghdad late Tuesday night, killing at least 12 newborn babies.
A new non-travel-related case of Zika virus in Palm Beach is under investigation by Florida officials.
Irom Sharmila, an Indian human rights activist, broke her 16-year-old hunger strike on Tuesday; her strike was the world’s longest to date.
Pakistan’s Taliban has claimed responsibility for a suicide bombing at a hospital in Quetta which left dozens dead on Monday.