03/04/2013 5:11amBoth are the sons of Italian immigrants. Both are doctrinal conservatives. And both are known for their warm personalities.
03/04/2013 8:22amOfficials in Guyana say they are investigating the alleged beating of native Indians by police during an anti-mining protest.
03/04/2013 10:50amA land rights watchdog group says the number of rural activists killed in the country rose 10 percent from 2011 to 2012, with most deaths occurring in the Amazon forest region.
03/04/2013 12:31pmCars honk, people yell and radios blare outside, yet Carmen Castillo is getting a rejuvenating midday nap in downtown Santiago, snoozing away her stress in a dreamland of scented candles, plush pillows and calming massages.
03/04/2013 12:40pmTeenagers dash across a six-lane thoroughfare and launch themselves into the balmy waters of the Straits of Florida.
03/04/2013 3:45pmVenezuelan authorities launched an investigation on Monday into the shooting death of an Indian leader who had repeatedly requested government protection as he campaigned for indigenous rights in a largely lawless and violent region.
03/04/2013 5:27pmA follower in New Orleans built a public shrine in her honor. An actor in Albuquerque credits her with helping him land a role on the TV show "Breaking Bad." She turns up routinely along the U.S.-Mexico border at safe houses, and is sighted on dashboards of cars used to smuggle methamphetamine through the southwest desert.
03/04/2013 7:33pmAn attorney for Jean-Claude Duvalier said Monday that his client was hospitalized for an unspecified illness just after the former ruler testified last week in court about alleged human rights abuses and embezzlement associated with his 15-year rule.
03/04/2013 7:46pmTop Mexican drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman has dropped off Forbes magazine's billionaires' list after four years on it.
03/04/2013 8:16pmMexico says its tomato growers have signed and implemented a new agreement with the United States to end a dispute over trade in fresh tomatoes.
03/04/2013 9:16pmAn audit of a U.S. Agency for International Department program that aimed to boost Haiti's economy by providing loans to businesses has found that the program failed to award loans to intended targets, train workers and keep accurate records.
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