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Kevin Gray


Miami, FL, United States

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Past articles by Kevin:

Gunmen kill prominent environmental activist in Honduras

An award-winning environmental rights activist was shot and killed in Honduras, just days after she denounced the killings of four other activists. → Read More

This is what one of the world’s worst deforestation rates looks like

One of the world’s last great expanses of wilderness is also ground zero for one of the world’s fastest rates of deforestation. → Read More

How Zika became a women’s problem

Throughout Latin America, women are being asked to shoulder the burden of Zika → Read More

Cubans will soon get internet service at home

Cuba is launching its first home broadband service that will allow a limited number of ordinary Cubans to access the internet desde su casa. → Read More

Women in Latin American countries warned to avoid getting pregnant as concerns over Zika virus mount

Worried about the spread of a mosquito-borne disease suspected of causing severe birth defects, officials in several countries in Latin America and the Caribbean are publicly urging women not to get pregnant. → Read More

Homophobes accuse U.S. ambassador of waging ‘gay crusade’ in Dominican Republic

Is the United States waging a secret crusade to make the Dominican Republic gay? → Read More

Chapo Guzmán’s plans to make an autobiographical movie helped authorities track him down

The drug lord will be housed in the same maximum-security prison from which he escaped. → Read More

Here’s what El Chapo Guzman looked like after his capture in Mexico

Drug kingpin Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán is no longer Mexico’s most wanted man, following the fugitive drug lord’s capture today in Los Mochis, Sinaloa. → Read More

Kansas lawmaker apologizes after sharing racist Facebook meme mocking Mexicans and Obama

A Republican state lawmaker from Kansas has come under fierce criticism after he shared a meme on his Facebook page that mocked Mexicans and included a denigrating image of President Obama. → Read More

Celebrities can’t get enough of Cuba—and the feeling is mutual

Cuba might be getting its best tourism promotion from a highly valuable space: celebrities’ Instagram accounts. → Read More

This Brazilian doggie bunk bed might just save your marriage

If you’re one of those pet owners who absolutely and unabashedly pampers your dog or cat, a company in Brazil has something just for you. → Read More

What the heck is this giant dinosaur-looking shell found in Argentina?

Jose Antonio Nievas was out for a stream-side walk on Christmas Day when he stumbled across a shell that looks straight out of Jurassic Park. → Read More

Latin America: The year in quotes

From crack-downs to shake-ups, 2015 was a memorable year for Latin America. → Read More

This 8-year-old shows why haters are wrong about immigration

Few campaign issues are as divisive as immigration. → Read More

40 percent of Republicans back pathway to citizenship for immigrants despite candidates’ bluster

A significant number of conservative Republican voters support a pathway to citizenship for undocumented immigrants living in the United States, a new poll shows. → Read More

Trying to get to Cuba? This’ll help you get there

It’s about to get easier for U.S. citizens to fly to Cuba. → Read More

Hillary Clinton just got one more vote—from one of her campaign workers

Lorella Praeli might have been the only Clinton campaign worker who wasn’t going to vote for Hillary. → Read More

These 6 Quotes Show Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio Can't Just Play the Latino Card to Win the Latino Vote

Donald Trump’s anti-immigration rhetoric has mobilized Latino activists from both sides of the political aisle to take a stand against his inflammatory language. → Read More

Argentina’s outgoing president is taking the official presidential Twitter account as a keepsake

Imagine President Obama leaving office and taking the official White House Twitter account with him. → Read More

Billionaire Cuban immigrant and top Bush donor slams Trump as ‘bullyionaire’ in newspaper ads

A Cuba-born billionaire and the biggest donor to Jeb Bush’s presidential campaign has taken out a series of full-page newspaper ads slamming Republican frontrunner Donald Trump as a “hater” and saying, “It is beyond me how we are engaging this BULLYionaire in such a serious conversation.” Mike Fernandez, chairman of MBF Healthcare Partners, a Miami-based equity firm, has run the ads over the… → Read More