LOCAL

Lola: hipster Mexican Spot & a Happy Surprise

Mexican food is hotter than ever and Lola is a real-deal taqueria. In the hipster corner of the high rise strip where popular sister bar Craft already proved to be it, Lola adds a colorful, tasty, happy flavor.

Fantastic weather and friendly people is what Aruba is all about!

Aruba Tourism Authority representative, Marouska Heyliger, had the great pleasure in honoring many loyal Aruba visitors. These certificates are a way to say “Masha Danki” for continuously choosing Aruba as their favorite vacation destination.

Make sure to attend the famous Bartender’s Brawl: Eight bartenders to judge, eight cocktails to enjoy

Taste Aruba at his finest as Renaissance Aruba hosts top bartenders from around the island for the 5th Annual Bartender’s Brawl.

U.S. NEWS

U.S. takes step to require DNA samples from asylum-seekers

The Justice Department on Monday issued amended regulations that would mandate DNA collection for almost all migrants who cross between official entry points and are held even temporarily.

AP-NORC poll: Americans agree on many aspects of U.S. identity

But the poll also reveals a striking division on some aspects of national identity by partisanship and racial or ethnic background. Americans are closely split over whether it's better for immigrants to embrace a single U.S. culture or add their own variations to the mix.

Nestor heads into Georgia after tornados damage Florida

The storm made landfall Saturday on St. Vincent Island, a nature preserve off Florida's northern Gulf Coast in a lightly populated area of the state, the National Hurricane Center said.

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WORLD NEWS

Northern Ireland laws on abortion, same-sex marriage, set to change

This is happening because British lawmakers voted last year in favor of changing these laws if Northern Ireland's government wasn't up and running by Oct. 21.

Canada votes in election that could see Trudeau lose power

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau faced the threat of being knocked from power after one term as the nation held parliamentary elections on Monday.

Bolivians pick between Evo Morales and change in tight vote

The 59-year-old leftist who has been in office for nearly 14 years was favored to win the first round vote. But polls suggested South America's longest-serving leader would likely be forced into a December runoff in which he could be vulnerable to a united opposition.

COLUMNS

Episode 40: A scientific journey across the island – Part III

On the 3rdof January 1885, I received on Aruba: I have received a warning; never again travel without a hammock.

Beautiful areas around Aruba

Here in Aruba we have three natural bridges and many see this one on thinking that it’s the world famous one but it’s not.

A scientific journey across the island- Part II

Arriving at Saint Nicolaas, Prof. Martin continues to this town situated on the bay with the same name. This is the port of the phosphate mines of Colorado, consisting only of a few buildings belonging to the mine company.