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In this February 6, 2013 photo, a Rastafarian named Bongho Jatusy smokes marijuana outside the Bob Marley Museum in Kingston.-AP Delano Seiveright, Guest Columnist Unsurprisingly, a recent survey showed the majority of Jamaicans in support of ganja decriminalisation - a fillip to the growing local and international movement pushing for sensible ... (more)
Should vaccinations for children be legally required?
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Giving up his specialty as a pediatrician, Col. Ram Sagi looks back at the first 15 months of his service as senior physician in the IDF's Southern Command.
Julie Cameron,30, of Ohio won the women's overall division. She posted a time of two hours, 23 minutes and 24 seconds.
We're stumped. What could the New York Post possibly be trying to tell people about Bill de Blasio with its Monday cover? New York's new mayor is very similar to Barack Obama: he's a former left-wing, community organizer who dwells on the past while promising a great future.
The Fourth Annual Caribbean-United States Security Cooperation Dialogue, part of the Caribbean Basin Security Initiative , was held on Friday, December 6, 2013 at the U.S Department of State.
SAN Fernando West MP Carolyn Seepersad-Bachan has challenged the management of the newest Hi-Lo Superstore to add more local content by promoting product created by young entrepreneurs.
A peaceful protest in the Dominican Republic capital, Santo Domingo, over the failure of the authorities to resolve the issue of statelessness.
Don't you just love how the dictatorship of the proletariat parties in communist utopia? Party like it's 1959! The New Year's dinner gala will combine delicious dishes and enlivening entertainment for the "modest" price of 150 CUC per person, equivalent to $ 3.600 pesos in national currency--the modest Cuban peso which serves to pay the salary of ... (more)
A Charleston-based coast guardsman charged with sexual assault and rape could face more than 20 years of jail time if found guilty.
Federal agents descended on the clinic of a South Florida eye doctor close to Sen. Robert Menendez in January - a dark-of-night raid that soon spiraled into a string of national news stories about trips on the physician's private plane to the Dominican Republic and scandalous allegations of trysts with underage prostitutes.
Clint Buffington was about to give up for the day after combing a beach in the Turks and Caicos Islands for hours.
Nicaraguan officials have called Wednesday's confrontation in the town of Ayapal near the Honduran border little more than an attempted grocery store robbery gone bad.
JetBlue Airways spokesman Mike Miller says the flights will leave twice a day from Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport and land in the Caribbean nation's capital, Port-au-Prince.
But as more and more islanders go into business for themselves under President Raul Castro's economic reforms, the ethos of capitalism is increasingly seeping into Cuban daily life, often in stark conflict with fundamental tenets of the Cuban Revolution.
Former UN Ambassador Bill Richardson has admitted to Newsmax that he "screwed up" in his 2011 to free U.S. prisoner Alan Gross, who has now been held in a Cuba for four years.
December 5th, 2013 A group which called itself Patrulla 1856 before recently changing its name to the Frente PatriA3tico para la Defensa Nacional has released a series of photos of its militia participating in infrantry and combat training at one of the group's camps.