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Sadness and cobwebs

Sadness and cobwebs

Statistics tell a moving story of desperation and impotence. According to the Centers for Disease Control, 15.6 percent of young Latinas in the U.S. tried to commit suicide one or more times.

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Cuba calling: what this small island can teach the world about disease control

Cuba calling: what this small island can teach the world about disease control

West Africa needs what Cuba has: a well-trained, coordinated healthcare system. Anything less and Ebola wins

In Bolivia, ‘Coke’ reverses price hikes

In Bolivia, ‘Coke’ reverses price hikes

Two days before the presidential election, the Coca-Cola distributor in Bolivia, known as Embol, announced that it was raising the prices of the popular beverage. After being warned of abuse by the Ministry of Productive Development, Embol agreed to cancel the price boost.

Grow up, Sen. Rubio!

Grow up, Sen. Rubio!

Marco Rubio wants to tell the Panamanians who they can and cannot invite to The Summit next year. He also sent a letter to Secretary of State Kerry warning him that Cuba should not be allowed to attend.

Lost in Miami: Cuba’s role in fighting Ebola

Lost in Miami: Cuba’s role in fighting Ebola

In the midst of all the press frenzy about Ebola, a story that was published in the conservative paper of record was apparently too hot for Miami.

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UN officials ‘shocked’ by Detroit’s mass water shutoffs

UN officials ‘shocked’ by Detroit’s mass water shutoffs

Two UN rapporteurs recommended Detroit immediately resume water service for residents unable to pay their bills

Dissonance

Dissonance

The Times’ Cuba editorials correctly note that a breakthrough with Cuba would pave the way toward greater cooperation between Washington and the region.

Latest poll: Crist and Scott still tied

Latest poll: Crist and Scott still tied

The latest Quinnipiac University poll shows Gov. Rick Scott and former Gov. Charlie Crist deadlocked at 42% each in the Florida governor’s race.

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