Associated Press | posted 8 minutes ago
A Honduran court has sentenced each of four police officers to 66 years in prison for the 2011 killing of the son of the National Autonomous University's president _ a case that set off a campaign to clean up the Central American nation's corruption-plagued police force.
Associated Press | posted 15 minutes ago
A poll in Mexico says approval for President Enrique Pena Nieto has dropped four percentage points in his first year in office.
Joshua Goodman, Associated Press | posted 21 minutes ago
President Nicolas Maduro weathered Venezuela's mayoral elections, winning the biggest share of votes and thwarting hopes of the opposition to undermine his rule, but now he faces a bigger challenge: fixing the economy.
Vivian Sequera, Associated Press | posted Dec 9th - 4:08pm
Colombia's inspector-general ordered Bogota's left-leaning mayor removed from office Monday for alleged unconstitutional behavior in a showdown last year with private garbage collectors.
Peter Orsi, Associated Press | posted Dec 9th - 3:15pm
Elian Gonzalez, the young Cuban boy who survived a boat sinking and became a political football during the 2000 U.S. presidential campaign as the subject of an international custody fight, is on his first trip overseas since being reunited with his father.
Associated Press | posted Dec 9th - 2:44pm
Guatemala's Constitutional Court has ruled that municipal governments must respect the results of referendums on whether mining projects can be developed in their towns.
Associated Press | posted Dec 9th - 2:34pm
An international rights group is protesting the violent eviction of around 60 families from their makeshift homes in a settlement outside Haiti's capital.
Trenton Daniel, Associated Press | posted Dec 9th - 2:24pm
The U.S. Agency for International Development will shift from building houses to financing them for people displaced by the 2010 earthquake in Haiti, the agency's chief for the Caribbean nation said Monday.
Michael Warren, Associated Press | posted Dec 9th - 1:39pm
Outbreaks of looting have spread across Argentina as mobs take advantage of strikes by police demanding pay raises to match inflation. The central government has dispatched federal police to trouble spots and appealed for an end to what some officials are calling treason.
Leonardo Haberkorn, Associated Press | posted Dec 9th - 10:50am
Uruguay seems determined to create a legal marijuana market despite warnings from educators, psychiatrists and pharmacists of dangerous side effects.
May 26th, 2011 @ 1:55pm
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