1 hr ago | Press & Sun-Bulletin
That's the name of a DEC promotion reminding people not to disturb fawns and other young wildlife.
1 hr ago | The Gleaner
THE JAMAICA Emergency Employment Programme has taken over the zinc fence-removal programme, an initiative of former Prime Minister P.J. Patterson.
1 hr ago | USA Today
Authorities in the Dominican Republic have arrested a man suspected of raping at least 60 women in the past two years.
2 hrs ago | The Las Vegas Sun
Scientists say one of Costa Rica's largest volcanos is spewing clouds of ash and gas, setting off a small-scale evacuation.
2 hrs ago | NewsOne
In terms of historic merit, the achievements of Haitian Revolution leader Toussaint L'Ouverture are noteworthy but also highlight a complex and sweeping story.
6 hrs ago | Romford Recorder
A pensioner whose dream cruise was ruined when she fell ill following an outbreak of norovirus is taking legal action against the liner's owners.
8 hrs ago | Bajan Reporter
Jabarie Kemar King , 25 years of Block 26 D, Haynesville, St. James who was charged for the offence of Serious Bodily Harm in relation to the stabbing of Andre Gabb on 17 May 2013 at Black Rock, St.
9 hrs ago | The Arizona Republic
Cuba has authorized individual imports of appliances such as air conditioners, refrigerators and microwave ovens, lifting a ban imposed in 2005 amid a wave of energy shortages and blackouts.
After ten years at its Marco Walk location, Aqua Beachwear has taken over the space formerly used by Island Drug in Marco Town Center.
In a story May 13 about suspects disappearing or dying after being in the custody of the Honduran National Police, The Associated Press misquoted U.S. Assistant Secretary of State William Brownfield as suggesting that the Honduran armed forces have engaged in vigilantism.
Reporters Without Borders hopes that the reason will soon be known for radio journalist Pierre-Richard Alexandre's fatal shooting by an individual identified as Baudelaire Augustin in Saint-Marc, in the north-central department of Artibonite, on 17 May.
Leaders of Cuba's dissident Ladies in White group rejected Havana's claims they are mercenaries and said on Monday that there is nothing wrong with receiving help from abroad because the Cuban government "is trying to asphyxiate us." Berta Soler and Belkis Cantillo also called for forgiveness of low-level repressors in a post-Castro era but ... (more)
Earl Jarrett, chairman of the JN Foundation , hands a copy of a signed contract to Rosina Moder, executive director of Music Unites Foundation, to provide funding for a two-year initiative to research and document the works and life of Jamaican composers of classical and patriotic music, as well as composers of church, dance and theatre music.
Photo courtesy of the Virgin Islands State Historic Preservation Office. The headquarters of the Hamburg-American Line, a German steam ship company, is an example of the architectural style of fireproof warehouses developed on St.
The committee said Apple had used "a complex web of offshore entities" to avoid paying billions of dollars in US income taxes.
In commemoration of the 111th anniversary of Cuba's independence from Spain, Florida International University's Honors College has donated the more than life-size statue of Cuban writer José Martí, sculpted by the late artist Tony Lopez.
The International Iguana Foundation today announced the release of a record 52 Jamaican Iguanas in April.