Questions Persist With Arrival Of Cuban Immigrants From Central AmericaSpanish language radio host Ninoska Perez has been fielding calls from listeners focused on the recent arrival of nearly 200 Cubans from Central America, and the impending arrival of thousands of others.
Millennials Drive Rise Of Hispanic Voters In 2016Despite a growing pool of potential Hispanic voters in the United States, driven largely by young people, Latinos are likely to be underrepresented at the polls in 2016, a study released Tuesday has found.
Cubans Stranded In Costa Rica Start Arriving In South FloridaThe first group of Cubans- who were stranded in Costa Rica- arrived in Hialeah Gardens late Sunday night.
Stranded Cuban Migrants Make Plans To Cross MexicoAfter being stranded in Costa Rica for months, nearly 200 Cuban migrants who recently made it to southern Mexico began making plans Thursday to travel to the border with the United States.
US Auto Sales Expected To Hit An All-Time High In 2015Auto sales in the United States are expected to hit an all-time high as Americans are buying more new cars than ever before.
US Sues VW Over Emissions-Cheating Software In Diesel CarsThe Justice Department has filed a lawsuit against Volkswagen over emissions-cheating software found in nearly 600,000 vehicles sold in the United States.
Bill Seeks To Protect Black Bear Habitat, Reduce ConflictMonths after the state held a controversial hunt, a bill filed Tuesday aims to help protect Florida's black bear population and limit human encounters.
Pope Pushing For Solution To Stranded CubansPope Francis is calling for Central American countries to come together and help thousands of Cuban migrants stranded in the region.
Facing South Florida: US & Cuba Relations, One Year LaterIt's been a year since the United States and Cuba began efforts to improve relations between the two countries.
Thousands Of Cubans Trying To Reach U.S. Stranded In Costa RicaThousands of Cuban migrants trying to make it to the United States are stranded in Costa Rica.
Renowned Cuban Artist Finds It Easier To Help Amid Renewed RelationsRenowned Cuban artist Carlos Garaicoa, exhibiting his work at Art Basel Miami Beach, is helping artists in his native island as the world keeps an eye on its relations with the United States.
Rubio: Radical Jihadists Using Refugee Crisis As CoverRepublican presidential hopeful Marco Rubio believes radical jihadists are using the Syrian refugee crisis as cover to send terrorists to the West, adding it's impossible for the United States to vet some migrants from the region.

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