- World Population: 9.7 Billion By 2050
October 02 2013 10:36 AM
World population will increase to 9.7 billion from the current 7.1 billion; India will be the largest nation, a new study predicted.
- House Republicans' Price: Delay In Obamacare
September 28 2013 3:11 PM
Will the U.S. Senate accept the House Republicans’ bill to delay Obamacare?
- Will House Republicans Shut Down The Government? [UPDATED]
September 28 2013 1:05 PM
The House GOP met on a Saturday to discuss their plan to hash out terms for a bill to avoid a government shutdown.
- Brothers In Arms: Biden And Peña Nieto Bond Over Pemex Reform
September 23 2013 12:48 PM
The U.S. vice president's visit to Mexico resulted in a slew of praise for its neighbor - and the NSA espionage scandal was nowhere to be found.
- Did The US Really Ban Venezuela’s President From Its Airspace?
September 21 2013 12:29 PM
Nicolás Maduro claims the U.S. did not allow the Venezuelan presidential plane to fly over Puerto Rico.
- The Muslims Of Mexico In The Shadow Of Zapatistas
September 20 2013 3:00 PM
The Mexican state of Chiapas is an island of Islam in a country characterized by Catholicism, which has led to the creation of a hybrid culture.
- Guess What Country Has Reached The UN’s Millennium Goals Early?
September 20 2013 5:46 AM
Peru has met the requirements of several Millennium Goals on poverty, malnutrition and literacy -- two years before schedule.
- Brazilian Hackers Mistake NASA For NSA
September 18 2013 11:45 AM
Brazilian hackers accidentally attacked NASA, the space agency, instead of the NSA, the spy agency, last week.
- How To Boost Popularity: Ditch America (If You're a South American Leader)
September 18 2013 11:37 AM
Dilma Rousseff's decision to cancel the first U.S. visit by a Brazilian leader in 20 years earned her praise from local media, and a spike in popularity.
- Brazil's President Cancels Washington Visit Over NSA Spying
September 17 2013 12:54 PM
According to a Brazilian paper, not even a call with Obama persuaded Dilma Rousseff to forgive having been spied on by the Americans.
- Panama And Nicaragua Bump Heads Over Regional Waters
September 13 2013 5:32 PM
Panama has joined Colombia, Costa Rica And Jamaica in a quarrel over regional waters in the Caribbean Sea.
- Why Did UK’s Margaret Thatcher Support Chilean Dictator Augusto Pinochet?
September 11 2013 10:27 AM
As a devout anti-Communist, Pinochet enjoyed the support and friendship of a number of western leaders.
- NSA Spying For Economic Reasons, Brazil’s Rousseff Says
September 10 2013 1:06 AM
The allegation, which follows a Brazilian media report that NSA snooped on state-run oil giant Petrobras, could hurt U.S.-Brazil ties.
- Brazil’s Bloody Independence Day Leaves 300 Arrested, 35 Injured
September 09 2013 1:16 PM
Brazil's wave of demonstrations turned violent Saturday when police harshly repressed protests against the Independence Day parade.
- 'An Attack On Sovereignty': Brazil And Mexico React To NSA Espionage
September 03 2013 4:28 PM
Spying by the Americans on the cell phone of Brazil's president has provoked a ferocious backlash in the country. Mexico reacted more mildly.
- NSA Snooped On Mexican, Brazilian Presidents: Greenwald
September 02 2013 1:38 AM
This is the first time it has been alleged that the NSA spied on world leaders in their home countries.
- About 8,000 Mexicans Take To The Streets Against Energy Reform
September 01 2013 7:27 PM
As the Mexican Senate gets ready to debate President Peña Nieto’s energy-reform proposal, the opposition made its disagreement known loud and clear.
- 50 Years After March On Washington, Equality For All Is Still A Dream
August 24 2013 3:13 PM
Martin Luther King Jr.’s eldest son said it’s “not a time for nostalgic commemoration.”
- Mexico Bill Would Limit Transparency
August 22 2013 12:24 PM
Is Mexico shutting its citizens off from public information? A new law just might do that to one of the world's most transparent governments.
- 13th Time’s A Charm? Colombia In Peace Talks With FARC Guerrillas
August 20 2013 4:29 PM
As the latest negotiations start with a more open FARC, Santos might make history as the Colombian president who put an end to the war.