Freddy Cuevas, Associated Press | posted 49 minutes ago
Honduras' national police chief, a man who intimidated many in this violent country with a fearsome reputation colored by allegations he ran death squads a decade ago, is out of a job.
Adriana Gomez Licon, Associated Press | posted 53 minutes ago
Mexican authorities confirmed on Thursday that a top Sinaloa drug cartel lieutenant was killed in a four-hour gunbattle in the Gulf of California resort of Puerto Penasco.
The Associated Press | posted Dec 19th - 10:03pm
Power blackouts this week left Argentines seeking relief from the heat in city water fountains, while in Chile former President Michelle Bachelet won back the presidency and the women's national soccer team made it to the finals against Brazil. The U.S. and Uruguay didn't see eye to eye over Montevideo's move to legalize marijuana, a dispute that pitted the U.S. Ambassador in a war of words with Uruguay's marijuana growers, lawmakers and ministers. Cubans celebrated the feast of Saint Lazarus, while in Rio de Janeiro hundreds of people swam in polluted waters.
Adriana Gomez Licon, Associated Press | posted Dec 19th - 8:11pm
Gen. Jesus Gutierrez Rebollo, a Mexican drug czar disgraced by his arrest and conviction for aiding a powerful drug cartel, died Thursday after a long bout of prostate cancer, his lawyer said. He was 79.
Ben Fox, Associated Press | posted Dec 19th - 7:35pm
A military judge on Thursday ordered a mental competency evaluation for a Guantanamo prisoner charged in the Sept. 11 attacks who has repeatedly disrupted pretrial proceedings in recent days, freezing preparations for a trial that has already been plagued by delays.
Andrea Rodriguez, Associated Press | posted Dec 19th - 5:50pm
Cuba is opening its automobile market and its roads to thousands of late-model cars by eliminating a special permit that sharply restricted the number of people allowed to buy vehicles from the state, the government announced Thursday.
Franklin Briceno, Associated Press | posted Dec 19th - 5:29pm
Authorities in Peru say an overcrowded passenger bus has fallen into a ravine in the Andes Mountains, killing at least 15 people and injuring 58, some seriously.
Associated Press | posted Dec 19th - 3:24pm
Mexico's human rights agency is investigating the case of five teenage students killed as they left their school Christmas party when gunmen in a speeding pickup ran over them.
E. Eduardo Castillo, Associated Press | posted Dec 19th - 1:49pm
Mexican prosecutors have revealed the names of 69 top drug traffickers arrested or killed in the last year from a group of 122 most wanted capos that was drawn up at the start of President Enrique Pena Nieto's term a year ago.
Michael Warren, Associated Press | posted Dec 19th - 12:49pm
In a story Dec. 17 about a corruption scandal involving Argentina's president, The Associated Press made several errors. Jose Maria Campagnoli is a prosecutor, not an investigative judge. The statement defending President Cristina Fernandez was made by the "secretary-general of the presidency," not her personal secretary, and it was not read aloud on television.
May 26th, 2011 @ 1:55pm
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