Leonardo Haberkorn and Michael Warren, Associated Press | posted 11 minutes ago
Uruguay's drug control chief, Julio Calzada, is a nervous man.
Associated Press | posted Dec 11th - 2:16pm
Brazil's government is considering delaying implementation of a law requiring that all passenger cars produced in the country come equipped with airbags and anti-lock braking systems by Jan. 1.
Michael Warren, Associated Press | posted Dec 11th - 1:26pm
Argentina's Cabinet chief is declaring an end to police strikes and scattered looting, but some violence continued Wednesday in streets abandoned by officers demanding higher pay.
Adriana Gomez Licon, Associated Press | posted Dec 11th - 9:50am
Mexico's Senate on Wednesday approved the most dramatic oil reform in decades, moving the country closer to opening its beleaguered, state-run sector to private companies and investment.
Olga R. Rodriguez, Associated Press | posted Dec 10th - 9:32pm
A shipment of highly radioactive cobalt-60 was safely recovered Tuesday evening after sitting in the cornfield where it was found a week ago dumped by truck thieves in central Mexico, the country's nuclear safety director said.
Luis Manuel Galeano, Associated Press | posted Dec 10th - 8:37pm
Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega moved closer to indefinite re-election Tuesday after his allies in the National Assembly approved constitutional changes that opponents say are designed to keep the Sandinista leader in power for life.
Cesar Garcia, Associated Press | posted Dec 10th - 8:19pm
The mayor of Colombia's capital has told thousands of supporters the city will become ungovernable if he is forced from office.
Associated Press | posted Dec 10th - 7:38pm
The Haitian government took an important step on Tuesday to organize legislative and local elections that are two years overdue.
David McFadden, Associated Press | posted Dec 10th - 4:20pm
A Caribbean commission is expanding the number of former colonial powers it says should provide some form of reparations for the lingering regional impact of the Atlantic slave trade.
Andrea Rodriguez, Associated Press | posted Dec 10th - 3:16pm
Cuban government agents have detained about 20 dissidents arriving for an International Human Rights Day march, halting the demonstration before it started.
May 26th, 2011 @ 1:55pm
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