03/07/2013 3:35amPresident Hugo Chavez died of a massive heart attack after great suffering and inaudibly mouthed his desire to live, the head of Venezuela's presidential guard said late Wednesday.
03/07/2013 11:06amFormer Haitian President Rene Preval testified behind closed doors Thursday as authorities try to revive the investigation into the long-unsolved killing of the country's most celebrated journalist.
03/07/2013 12:22pmCuba has made great strides in gender equality, but still has work to do in eradicating macho attitudes and supporting opportunities for women in business and leadership, according to a new report from a U.S. study group published to coincide with International Women's Day on Friday.
03/07/2013 1:50pmTens of thousands of Cubans streamed past a memorial to Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez in Havana on Thursday in a tribute to the island's most important international ally and a close friend of retired leader Fidel Castro.
03/07/2013 2:28pmVenezuela's acting president says Hugo Chavez's embalmed body will be permanently displayed in a glass casket so that "his people will always have him."
03/07/2013 2:36pmThe governor of Puerto Rico on Thursday endorsed a proposal that would allow illegal immigrants living in the U.S. territory to apply for a provisional driver's license.
03/07/2013 4:19pmThe weapon used to quell a disturbance at the Guantanamo Bay prison was a modified shotgun that fires a shell packed with small rubber pellets, the Pentagon said Thursday.
03/07/2013 4:23pmThoughts of Venezuelans two days after the death of President Hugo Chavez:
03/07/2013 5:07pmMexico's Supreme Court has ruled that two anti-gay words commonly used in Mexico are hate speech and not protected as freedom of expression under the country's constitution, allowing those offended by them to sue for moral damages.
03/07/2013 5:31pmThe banner just inside the poor neighborhood in western Caracas reads, "Loyal to Comandante Chavez." The guard at the gate ensures no one enters without permission _ not even the police.
03/07/2013 5:37pmMexican President Enrique Pena Nieto says he will expand a supplementary pension program by lowering the eligibility age to 65.
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