09/16/2013 9:08amTropical Storm Humberto (oom-BEHR'-toh) has re-formed far out over the Atlantic.
09/16/2013 10:54amAlvaro Uribe has become the first former Colombian president in modern times to attempt a return to politics through Congress.
09/16/2013 12:50pmThe communications revolution that swept the globe missed the Zapotec village of Talea de Castro high in the mountains of southern Mexico, where making any sort of call meant trudging to a community telephone line and paying what could be a day's wages for a crackly five-minute conversation.
09/16/2013 12:51pmRoman Catholic bishops in Cuba called for political reform in tandem with social and economic changes already under way, issuing their first joint pastoral letter in two decades that was presented to reporters Monday.
09/16/2013 3:24pmThe new U.S. ambassador to Brazil landed in the capital Monday amid increasing tensions over a U.S. spy program that aggressively targets Latin America's biggest nation, reportedly including the personal communications of its president.
09/16/2013 4:21pmU.S. and Cuban representatives met in Havana on Monday for renewed talks on re-establishing direct mail service, 50 years after it was severed amid Cold War tensions relations.
09/16/2013 6:10pmHaiti moved closer on Monday to reconstituting a military that was abolished in 1995.
09/16/2013 10:06pmBrazil plans to divorce itself from the U.S.-centric Internet over Washington's widespread online spying, a move that many experts fear will be a potentially dangerous first step toward politically fracturing a global network built with minimal interference by governments.