Michael Weissenstein and Luis Manuel Galeano, Associated Press | posted Dec 13th - 6:23am
Six months after the Sandinista government granted a Chinese businessman a 100-year concession to build a vast canal across Nicaragua, most of the nation is in the thrall of the imagined waterway.
Katherine Corcoran and E. Eduardo Castillo, Associated Press | posted Dec 12th - 10:16pm
Mexico's sweeping away of seven decades of nationalist protections and letting foreign companies back into its oil fields is crucial to bringing the expertise and money needed to rejuvenate its sclerotic energy industry, supporters say.
Rodrigo Abd, Associated Press | posted Dec 12th - 3:53pm
Thousands of Paraguayan immigrants living along the polluted Riachuelo river in Argentina's capital celebrate their "Blue Virgin" every year with a grueling but joyful 10-hour procession that winds through every corner of their slum. Last year, their feast day's Mass was led by none other than Buenos Aires Archbishop Jorge Mario Bergoglio, who has since become their beloved "slum pope."
Gonzalo Solano and Frank Bajak, Associated Press | posted Dec 12th - 9:58am
In a Dec. 7 report about press freedom in Ecuador, The Associated Press reported erroneously that it left phone messages for government Communications Director Fernando Alvarado. In fact, the AP called Alvarado's cellphone several times, but the phone does not accept voice messages. The AP also sent Alvarado two emails, but received no response.
Associated Press | posted Dec 12th - 8:26am
Brazilian plane maker Embraer says American Airlines has placed a firm order for 60 E-175 passenger jets for an estimated $2.5 billion.
Associated Press | posted Dec 11th - 8:04pm
Torrential rains caused chaos and at least two deaths in Rio de Janeiro on Wednesday. Traffic was snarled, airports temporarily closed and commuter trains halted after flood waters engulfed many parts of the city.
Bradley Brooks, Associated Press | posted Dec 11th - 3:53pm
The Brazilian government may delay "by one or two years" the implementation of a law requiring automakers to install frontal air bags and anti-lock braking systems in all new cars, the finance minister said Wednesday.
Leonardo Haberkorn and Michael Warren, Associated Press | posted Dec 11th - 3:31pm
Uruguay's drug control chief, Julio Calzada, is a nervous man.
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.
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.
May 26th, 2011 @ 1:55pm
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