01/15/2014 1:18amVenezuela's oldest newspaper is scrambling for newsprint as worsening shortages threaten to take several publications out of circulation in the coming weeks.
01/15/2014 1:19amElectronic documents published by an Ecuadorean state-run newspaper in a report alleging an opposition politician sought U.S. help to undermine President Rafael Correa's leftist government were stolen from her email, she and others affected allege.
01/15/2014 1:29amGuatemalan authorities have detained two women who threw flour on Vice president Roxana Baldetti's face at the end of the president's state of the nation speech.
01/15/2014 2:22pmArgentina's government says consumer prices rose 10.9 percent during 2013, but private economic analysts say inflation really was more than twice that.
01/15/2014 2:33pmChile's copper output will rise nearly 4 percent to more than 6 million metric tons in 2014 due to new investment and higher production at privately controlled mines.
01/15/2014 2:38pmJuan Gelman, a renowned Argentine poet and left-wing activist who was awarded the prestigious Cervantes Prize, has died in Mexico. He was 83.
01/15/2014 3:00pmVigilantes who have challenged the government's authority in lawless Michoacan state held onto their guns on Wednesday as federal authorities struggled to rein in a monster they helped create: citizen militias that rose among farmers and lime-pickers to fight a drug cartel.
01/15/2014 3:22pmThousands of striking school teachers gathered Wednesday in Puerto Rico's capital and their leaders met with government officials to talk about recent changes to the retirement system that sparked a two-day walkout.
01/15/2014 3:48pmBalls and strikes, not politics, ruled the day Wednesday at a baseball diamond in Havana, as last year's NCAA Division II championship team from the University of Tampa played an exhibition game against a Cuban youth squad.
01/15/2014 5:33pmMexican authorities say they have arrested an alleged drug trafficker as a suspect in the killing of a peace activist's only child.
01/15/2014 8:00pmVigilantes who have challenged the government's authority in lawless Michoacan state held onto their guns Wednesday as federal authorities struggled to rein in a monster they helped create: citizen militias that rose among farmers and lime pickers to fight a drug cartel.
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