03/08/2013 12:19amVladimir Lenin, Mao Zedong, Ho Chi Minh, and now Hugo Chavez. The late leader's supporters have put him on a pedestal long provided for the world's great leftist revolutionaries by saying they will embalm his body for perpetual display.
03/08/2013 1:42amCardinal Odilo Scherer is known for prolific tweeting, appearances on Brazil's most popular late-night talk show and squeezing into the subway for morning commutes _ just like most of the 5 million faithful in his diocese.
03/08/2013 9:40amVenezuela's opposition says it will not attend the swearing-in of Hugo Chavez's anointed successor Nicolas Maduro as interim president.
03/08/2013 12:06pmFormer Argentine President Carlos Menem and 11 others were found guilty by an appeals court on Friday of smuggling weapons to Ecuador and Croatia in violation of international embargoes in the 1990s.
03/08/2013 12:17pmDeep federal budget cuts are forcing the U.S. to send fewer surveillance planes and Navy ships to halt Latin American drug shipments, meaning the anti-drug effort will depend more on local governments hobbled by lack of equipment and official corruption.
03/08/2013 12:40pmCuba is shuttering a state-run company that supplied government businesses at wholesale and is replacing it with a new entity that will also work with the growing ranks of private entrepreneurs and independent cooperatives.
03/08/2013 3:14pmLawyers filed a lawsuit Friday against some of Puerto Rico's top police officials, accusing them of discriminating against an officer for being an atheist and not adhering to the separation of church and state.
03/08/2013 3:25pmIn the tree-lined eastern hills of Caracas, you would never know an elaborate state funeral was in progress across town for the most popular president in Venezuela's recent history.
03/08/2013 4:00pmA congressional panel in Brazil has summoned directors of a company building a huge dam in the heart of the Amazon rain forest to explain the alleged presence of a brothel where women were forced to work in slave-like conditions, a spokesman for the lawmakers said Friday.
03/08/2013 6:21pmVenezuela's opposition leader said Friday that Vice President Nicolas Maduro had "shamelessly" lied to the country and accused him of using Hugo Chavez's funeral to campaign for the presidency.
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