Michael Warren, Associated Press | posted 24 minutes ago
A young man was electrocuted while looting an appliance store in a rainstorm, becoming at least the fourth fatality in Argentina blamed on mob chaos inspired by striking police who are demanding higher pay.
Associated Press | posted 38 minutes ago
Colombia's inspector-general has ordered Bogota's left-leaning mayor removed from office over alleged mismanagement of a garbage-collection crisis.
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.
Peter Orsi, Associated Press | posted Dec 9th - 8:47am
Cuba said Monday it is resuming consular services at its diplomatic missions in the United States after receiving an extension from a private bank that handles its financial transactions in the country.
Jorge Rueda and Fabiola Sanchez, Associated Press | posted Dec 8th - 10:41pm
President Nicolas Maduro's opponents gained a stronger foothold in Venezuela's largest cities in mayoral elections, though they failed to deliver the crushing victory they had sought in hopes of breaking a prolonged political stalemate.
The Associated Press | posted Dec 8th - 10:18pm
In Mexico, gunmen stole a cargo truck early last week as it hauled radioactive cobalt-60 taken from obsolete radiation therapy equipment for disposal. The empty shipping container was found at a home near where the truck was abandoned and the radioactive material was dumped in a rural field. A sit-in by police seeking pay raises in Argentina's second-largest city set off hours of looting, robberies, injuries and vigilante mobs trying to protect their neighborhoods before the provincial government agreed to officers' demands and calm returned Wednesday. On Friday, FIFA held the final draw ceremony for the 2014 World Cup in the Brazilian beach resort of Costa do Sauipe, leaving host Brazil a relatively easy path in the first round. Associated Press photographer Natacha Pisarenko discovered an all-male mental institution that uses tango as therapy, and Rodrigo Abd produced a moving portrait of a remote Peruvian region where forensic specialists are conducting the biggest-ever exhumation from the country's long, brutal conflict.
Associated Press | posted Dec 7th - 6:37pm
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos says nine people, including civilians, military and a police officer, died in an attack on a police post that's being blamed on rebels.
Andrea Rodriguez, Associated Press | posted Dec 7th - 6:11pm
It's not dog-eat-dog. Not just yet.
Adriana Gomez Licon, Associated Press | posted Dec 7th - 4:48pm
A Mexican senate committee on Saturday proposed the most dramatic oil reform in decades that would open the country's beleaguered, state-run sector to private companies and investment.
Gonzalo Solano and Frank Bajak, Associated Press | posted Dec 7th - 2:06pm
Investigative journalist Juan Carlos Calderon received multiple death threats after launching something rare in the claustrophobic media climate of today's Ecuador, a digital magazine exposing high-level corruption.
May 26th, 2011 @ 1:55pm
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