E. Eduardo Castillo and Adriana Gomez Licon, Associated Press | posted 8 minutes ago
Six people being tested for possible radiation exposure in a hospital in central Mexico are suspects in the theft of highly radioactive cobalt-60, a government official said Friday.
Associated Press | posted 12 minutes ago
Cuban Jewish leaders say they have visited a U.S. government subcontractor imprisoned on the island.
Associated Press | posted Dec 6th - 1:40pm
A popular lagoon that glows at night off Puerto Rico's northeast coast is lighting up once again as scientists wrap up their investigation into why it went dark last month.
Evens Sanon, Associated Press | posted Dec 6th - 1:34pm
Hundreds of protesters gathered Friday to criticize a recent court decision in the Dominican Republic that could strip the citizenship of generations of people of Haitian descent living in the neighboring country.
Luis Manuel Galeano, Associated Press | posted Dec 6th - 12:40pm
Officials are calling it a robbery gone bad, but a bloody firefight between police and an armed band in a northern town has Nicaraguans asking if guerrilla groups are forming to confront President Daniel Ortega as he lobbies for a constitutional change to let him seek an unprecedented third term.
Associated Press | posted Dec 6th - 11:25am
Michelle Bachelet defended promises of deep social changes while her conservative rival Evelyn Matthei said reducing poverty and crime are more important than Bachelet's call for free education during a debate ahead of the presidential elections.
Associated Press | posted Dec 6th - 7:13am
Brazil police say they are investigating a school for suspected racism after it allegedly refused to re-enroll an 8-year-old boy because of his natural Afro hairstyle.
Natacha Pisarenko, Associated Press | posted Dec 5th - 10:35pm
You can hear the "All of us are crazy for tango" program before you can see it: Just follow the orchestra's plaintive chords through the labyrinthine passageways of the Hospital Borda.
Olga R. Rodriguez, Associated Press | posted Dec 5th - 5:43pm
The charges against a former Mexican governor accused in the United States of money laundering and drug trafficking are based on false accusations by people trying to bargain with U.S. prosecutors, his lawyers said Thursday.
Gonzalo Solano, Associated Press | posted Dec 5th - 2:44pm
President Rafael Correa's government has shut down a nonprofit environmental group that opposes Amazon rainforest oil drilling, alleging it was involved in disturbing public order.
May 26th, 2011 @ 1:55pm
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