E. Eduardo Castillo, Associated Press | posted 12 minutes ago
A judge on Saturday issued an order for the imprisonment of two waiters accused in the beating death of Malcolm Shabazz, grandson of civil rights activist Malcolm X, the Mexico City attorney general's office said.
Vicente Panetta, Associated Press | posted May 18th - 5:56pm
It was just about a day after Argentine strongman Jorge Rafael Videla had seized power in March of 1976, and the bloodletting was already beginning.
Christopher Toothaker, Associated Press | posted May 18th - 4:10pm
Venezuelan authorities have released a dissent ex-general who was jailed on charges of inciting unrest after the country's disputed presidential election.
David Mcfadden, Associated Press | posted May 18th - 10:57am
Giant leatherback turtles, some weighing half as much as a small car, drag themselves out of the ocean and up the sloping shore on the northeastern coast of Trinidad while villagers await wearing dimmed headlamps in the dark. Their black carapaces glistening, the turtles inch along the moonlit beach, using their powerful front flippers to move their bulky frames onto the sand.
Associated Press | posted May 18th - 10:56am
Three people have been killed and three others injured during a shooting at a gas station in Puerto Rico.
Associated Press | posted May 18th - 10:30am
Brazil is using more than 20,000 troops along its borders with 10 South American nations to reinforce security ahead of the Confederations Cup soccer tournament in June.
David Mcfadden, Associated Press | posted May 18th - 8:45am
The former premier of the Cayman Islands who faces charges in a corruption probe is denying allegations that he donated $1 million to a Caribbean university to obtain an honorary PhD.
Associated Press | posted May 18th - 7:39am
Trinidad's finance minister has appointed a new interim board to oversee Caribbean Airlines after announcing that the state-owned company posted losses of more than $70 million.
E. Eduardo Castillo, Associated Press | posted May 17th - 6:00pm
Mexico's government says it will create a special investigative unit to search for the missing, heeding a request by relatives of the disappeared who have been on a hunger strike for nine days.
Frank Bajak, Associated Press | posted May 17th - 5:57pm
An Organization of American States study released Friday is calling for a serious discussion on legalizing marijuana.
May 26th, 2011 @ 1:55pm
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