Steve Cushion's new book shows that there was more to Cuba's revolution than the romantic tale of a few warriors in the mountains.
A compelling, must see, tour de force outline of the issue that has helped fuel 50 years of Middle East conflicts.
The Latin Grammy Awards started out as a typical music awards show, until Los Tigres and Mana held up a large sign that read "Latinos Unidos No Voten for Racistas!"
"Mediterranea" succeeds in putting the stateless, the homeless, and the wretched of the Earth in the limelight they deserve.
Nelson A. Denis looks not at earlier colonial history, but rather measures taken to subdue Nationalists before and after their 1950 uprising.
Posada produced an enormous body of work, including not only his political cartoons but also commercial and advertising work.
The disappearance of 43 students in Iguala last year on September 26 remains an open, festering wound in Mexico.
In the same year Italian writer Alberto Moravia died in his Rome apartment at 82, his autobiography, "Vita di Moravia" was published.
"A political prisoner's wife goes undercover, infiltrates the family of the prison guard and frees her husband from a secret dungeon just as the tyrant is about to kill him."
"If iron stands in our way, we ask for a sheet of Cuban tears to cover our guerrillas bones on the journey to American history . . . "