09/04/2013 11:49amMexican President Enrique Pena Nieto says reported surveillance by the U.S. National Security Agency would constitute an illegal act.
09/04/2013 1:21pmBrazilian police say seven people have been detained and 22 high-caliber guns and munitions have been seized in an operation targeting a band that trafficked in arms from the U.S. by hiding them inside mattresses.
09/04/2013 2:18pmVenezuelans expressed skepticism Wednesday on President Nicolas Maduro's claims that saboteurs caused a blackout that knocked out electricity in about 70 percent of the country, creating chaos in Caracas by interrupting subway service and snarling traffic.
09/04/2013 2:59pmBrazil's lower house has voted to end the system of secret voting in the national legislature.
09/04/2013 6:04pmMexico's Senate overwhelmingly passed a sweeping reform of the notoriously dysfunctional public school system early Wednesday, handing President Enrique Pena Nieto an important victory in his push to remake some of his country's worst-run institutions.
09/04/2013 6:14pmThe former chief executive of a U.S. Virgin Islands hospital has been convicted of tax fraud.
09/04/2013 6:27pmA former judge in Jamaica has been released on bail two days after she and three of her employees were arrested on suspicion of involvement in the island's lucrative lottery scam.
09/04/2013 6:58pmAuthorities in the Dominican Republic will look into allegations of child sex abuse against the papal envoy to the Caribbean country following his abrupt removal from his post by the Vatican, the attorney general said Wednesday.
09/04/2013 7:40pmColombian President Juan Manuel Santos' approval rating has plummeted 27 percentage points to its worst since he took office: 21 percent.
09/04/2013 9:05pmChile is extraditing an Argentine judge who fled his home country to avoid trial on charges of crimes against humanity.