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Who Were Challenger Space Shuttle Astronauts?

"The future doesn't belong to the fainthearted; it belongs to the brave," President Ronald Reagan said after the tragedy. "The Challenger crew was pulling us into the future, and we'll continue to follow them."

En Español: Alcaldesa Yulín Cruz Habla Con Newsweek

En entrevista con Newsweek, la alcaldesa de San Juan aborda su futuro político y lo que le depara a la isla después de la catástrofe, a la vez que comparte sus opiniones sobre el Presidente Donald Trump y los esfuerzos de la Agencia Federal para el Manejo de Emergencias (FEMA) en Puerto Rico.

Who is San Juan's Mayor?

She said at a news conference that people were dying "and you are killing us with the inefficiency and the bureaucracy."

El Mercado Negro De Médicos

La necesidad creciente de doctores hispanos y la dificultad de obtener una licencia médica en USA ha llevado a muchos latinoamericanos a ejercer la medicina ilegalmente

Music: Ibrahim Ferrer's Swan Song

Ibrahim Ferrer was just a few weeks away from finishing his third solo album, "Mi Sueño," ("My  Dream") when the 78-year-old Cuban singer died after complications from emphysema.

Final Bows

GIOVANNI AGNELLI, 81As head of Fiat, Agnelli not only turned his grandfather's auto company into a global conglomerate but also became a widely admired symbol of Italy's postwar success.

Risking Your Money Again?

Wow, what a quarter! Growth took off in the past three months, thanks to tax cuts, low interest rates and rising incomes. Now you know what the stockmarket rally that started last March has been trying to say: "Hey, kids, the government's jazzing the economy.


Exclusive: Failure to Investigate?The FBI blew repeated chances to uncover the 9-11 plot because it failed to aggressively investigate evidence of Al Qaeda's presence in the United States, especially in the San Diego, California, area, where two of the hijackers were living with one of the bureau's own informants, according to the congressional report set for release this week.The long-delayed 900-page report also contains new evidence suggesting that Omar al-Bayoumi, a key associate of two of...


CELIA CRUZ, 78 She never went back to Cuba after Castro took power in 1959, but Celia Cruz kept the island and its music in her heart. With the 1950s Afro-Cuban ensemble La Sonora Matancera, she combined the image of Carmen Miranda with the musicianship of Ella Fitzgerald.

Bezos In Space

What is blue origin? The name adorns a blue awning outside a 53,000-square-foot, one-story warehouse on a desolate side street along Seattle's Duwamish Waterway.

Music: Hip-Hopping In Havana

On a postcard-perfect spring evening, with Caribbean breezes rustling the palm trees under a full moon, dozens of foreign tourists take their seats at linen-covered tables beside the pool at Havana's Hotel Nacional.

Critical Moment

Our Opinionated Guide From One to Five Stars MOVIES In the Mood for Love Shy Hong Kong neighbors contemplate affair. Quirky, gorgeous--and so elegantly acted that a trip to the noodle shop seems erotic.

Beep Busters

THE BRAND-NEW BEACH Cities Cinema in El Segundo, Calif., has it all: 16 screens, Starbucks coffee and--best of all--a safe haven from distracting beepers and cell phones.

Never Too Old To Go On Line

When JoAnn Oakes's husband died, six years ago, she found that evenings were the loneliest time. That was before she put an IBM-compatible next to her bed and joined SeniorNet, a national compter network for people 55 and over.