03/21/2013 12:02amLocal officials aiming to transform Rio de Janeiro from a cultural backwater into an art hotspot are bolstering their campaign with this week's opening of a museum built around one of the world's premier collections of contemporary Latin American art.
03/21/2013 9:25amWhile Lima's elite passes its summer weekends in gated beach enclaves south of the Peruvian capital, the working class jams by the thousands on a single municipal beach of grayish-brown sands and gentle waves.
03/21/2013 9:48amWhile Lima's elite passes its summer weekends in gated beach enclaves south of the Peruvian capital, the working class jams by the thousands on a single municipal beach of grayish-brown sands and gentle waves.
03/21/2013 11:59amThe U.S. State Department says Venezuelan official claims of U.S.-based plots are "unsubstantiated and outlandish allegations."
03/21/2013 1:30pmAlvaro Uribe did more as president than any Colombian leader to weaken the South American nation's main leftist rebel group and he has been among the most vocal opponents of peace talks with the insurgents. Now, he's finding that his strident opposition to the negotiations is bringing him some unsought attention.
03/21/2013 1:34pmThe Dominican National Drug Control agency says 35 soldiers and police officers have been arrested in a crackdown on drug smuggling to Europe.
03/21/2013 1:43pmEndesa Chile is denying any wrongdoing in the death of thousands of shrimp that washed ashore in southern Chile.
03/21/2013 2:50pmThe Buenos Aires zoo is showing off four new white tiger cubs.
03/21/2013 3:43pmColombia's government and largest guerrilla army closed another round of peace talks Thursday without reaching a much-anticipated deal on agrarian reform, the first of six agenda points for negotiations taking place in Havana.
03/21/2013 4:41pmA U.S. agency has issued a long-awaited report saying it found no proof that decades of military practice bombing on the Puerto Rican island of Vieques sickened residents who blame it for high rates of cancer, asthma and other illnesses.
03/21/2013 4:43pmSupporters of the late President Hugo Chavez hurled rocks and bottles Thursday in an attack on student protesters who were marching against perceived bias by Venezuela's electoral council.
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