Danica Coto, Associated Press | posted 20 minutes ago
Puerto Rico's tiny island of Culebra has been forever dependent on the U.S. territory for food, jobs and health care, but the territory's governor is cutting some of those strings.
Stan Lehman, Associated Press | posted 20 minutes ago
Relatives of the victims of a nightclub fire that killed 242 people early this year in southern Brazil say little has been done to improve the safety of public gathering places since the tragedy.
Damian Pachter, Associated Press | posted 26 minutes ago
Argentines in the hometown of former dictator Jorge Rafael Videla are upset at the prospect that he may be buried there.
Mark Stevenson, Associated Press | posted 28 minutes ago
Michoacan is burning. A drug cartel that takes its name from an ancient monastic order has set fire to lumber yards, packing plants and passenger buses in a medieval-like reign of terror.
Associated Press | posted 33 minutes ago
Paraguay exports enough soy, wheat and corn to feed 80 million people, more than 10 times its population, and its rivers provide abundant fresh water. But 14 percent of its children suffer chronic malnutrition, and many others lack clean drinking water.
Cesar Garcia, Associated Press | posted 34 minutes ago
At least 10 Colombian soldiers were killed and six wounded Wednesday in a pre-dawn attack on an army patrol with homemade explosives by the country's second-largest leftist rebel band, the military said.
Vivian Sequera, Associated Press | posted 51 minutes ago
The presidents of Colombia, Peru, Chile and Mexico meet in the western city of Cali on Thursday in hopes of completing a nascent trade bloc that looks to the European Union as a model and aims to further open their trade with Asia.
Associated Press | posted May 22nd - 3:00pm
Argentina's Qom Indians have asked President Cristina Fernandez for help in recovering some of their ancestral land.
Associated Press | posted May 22nd - 2:21pm
Scientists say one of Costa Rica's largest volcanos is spewing clouds of ash and gas, setting off a small-scale evacuation.
Associated Press | posted May 22nd - 1:18pm
Authorities in the Dominican Republic have arrested a man suspected of raping at least 60 women in the past two years.
May 26th, 2011 @ 1:55pm
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