Karl Ritter and Fabiola Sanchez, Associated Press | posted 16 minutes ago
Venezuela's parliament roared back to life Tuesday with fractious debates between government and opposition lawmakers after a three-week paralysis following a brawl on the assembly floor.
Associated Press | posted May 21st - 6:11pm
Bands of young people hurling firebombs and stones clashed with police outside Chile's congress Tuesday after thousands of students and workers staged a protest march before President Sebastian Pinera's final state of the nation speech.
Sonia Perez Diaz, Associated Press | posted May 21st - 5:31pm
The decision to annul the genocide conviction of Guatemala's former U.S-backed dictator and restart his trial could spawn interminable delays in the effort to see him jailed for the massacre of thousands of Mayans, victims' advocates said Tuesday.
Michael Warren, Associated Press | posted May 21st - 5:06pm
Three former Ford Motor Co. executives were charged Tuesday with crimes against humanity for allegedly targeting Argentine union workers for kidnapping and torture after the country's 1976 military coup.
Associated Press | posted May 21st - 3:41pm
A conservative party is challenging a judicial ruling that requires all of Brazil's notary publics to register same-sex civil unions as marriages if couples request it.
Associated Press | posted May 21st - 3:30pm
A Swiss oil company says it will start selling regular gasoline mixed with ethanol as part of a pilot program in Puerto Rico.
Anne-marie Garcia, Associated Press | posted May 21st - 3:27pm
Cuba has authorized individual imports of appliances such as air conditioners, refrigerators and microwave ovens, lifting a ban imposed in 2005 amid a wave of energy shortages and blackouts.
Mark Stevenson, Associated Press | posted May 21st - 3:21pm
Mexico's top security officials promised Tuesday that a new federal offensive to rescue towns besieged by the Knights Templar drug cartel in western Michoacan state would stay "until there is security and peace for all state residents."
Marco Sibaja, Associated Press | posted May 21st - 2:16pm
A Truth Commission investigating human rights abuses under Brazil's military dictatorship says that those it finds guilty of torture could be brought to trial.
Associated Press | posted May 21st - 1:29pm
Spain's development minister is urging Brazil to hire some of the engineers that her own economy doesn't have room for.
May 26th, 2011 @ 1:55pm
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