01/17/2013 3:51pmAt least one suspected drug trafficker died in the first U.S.-supported anti-narcotics raid in Honduras following a five-month suspension in radar intelligence sharing between the countries, authorities said.
01/17/2013 3:55pmSix pesos a day. That's all it takes to eat in Argentina, at least according to the government.
01/17/2013 4:01pmA former senator in the U.S. Virgin Islands pleaded guilty Thursday in a public corruption case.
01/17/2013 5:02pmA group of Venezuelan artists has contributed paintings of President Hugo Chavez for a new government-organized exhibit dedicated to the ailing leader.
01/17/2013 6:16pmIn a country riven by political strife, Venezuela's military often has served as the arbiter of power. It has launched coups and frustrated them and dispatched soldiers to guarantee stability, distributing food, fighting crime and securing oil fields.
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