09/25/2013 11:12amNearly 183,000 Cubans have traveled overseas since a migratory reform law took effect earlier this year, island authorities said late Tuesday.
09/25/2013 3:37pmColombian prosecutors have opened a formal investigation into the brother of former President Alvaro Uribe for allegedly sponsoring a far-right militia.
09/25/2013 3:56pmJamaican police say a minibus crowded with youths collided with two other vehicles on a rural road, killing three high school students and injuring more than 20. Police say witnesses reported the minibus driver was racing with another bus.
09/25/2013 4:51pmA former top enforcement officer for the U.S. Virgin Islands environment department has pleaded guilty to using the agency as a criminal enterprise, officials said Wednesday.
09/25/2013 4:54pmVenezuelan officials say they have arrested an Air France assistant manager and six more people for alleged roles in the smuggling to Paris of 1.4 tons of cocaine on a commercial flight.
09/25/2013 7:12pmGuatemala's ambassador to the United States says a task force recently created in his country will help expedite the pending adoptions of 115 Guatemalan babies.
09/25/2013 8:23pmChile's Supreme Court confirmed on Wednesday the suspension of Barrick Gold Corp.'s Pascua-Lama gold mine straddling the border with Argentina, but the court stopped short of ordering a re-evaluation of the environmental permit for the $8.5 billion project high in the Andes.
09/25/2013 9:03pmVenezuelan President Nicolas Maduro is blaming an alleged plot against him for his cancellation of a visit to New York to speak to the U.N. General Assembly.
09/25/2013 9:03pmSyrian President Bashar Assad said in an interview broadcast Wednesday that he does not discount the possibility of a U.S. military attack even though threatened action was forestalled when he agreed to give up chemical weapons.
09/25/2013 10:23pmThe people of this remote village in central Colombia pray every day that authorities don't close the small coal mines that have sustained them for as long as anyone can remember.