- Will Capture Of Los Zetas’ Leader Start A New Drug Cartel War?
July 27 2013 11:19 AM
Miguel Angel Treviño, leader of drug mega cartel Los Zetas, was arrested on July 16. What does this mean for the war on drugs?
- ‘Queen Of The Pacific’ To Be Returned Home To Mexico From US
July 26 2013 3:23 PM
After five years of waiting for her sentence, notorious drug smuggler Sandra Avila Beltran, alias Queen of the Pacific, will be deported to Mexico.
- Candelaria Massacre: Brazil Marks 20th Anniversary Of Police Murders Of Street Children
July 25 2013 11:26 AM
Of the nine people (some of them off-duty military police officers) believed to have perpetrated the murders, only three were ever convicted and imprisoned.
- Yet Another Brazil: Peru’s Surprising Social Uprising
July 24 2013 1:49 PM
Peru is the last Latin American country to experience social upheaval, demanding more transparency from institutions.
- Protests In Brazil Restart Over Pope Francis' Visit
July 23 2013 4:33 PM
Pope Francis landed in Rio de Janeiro to the welcome of a million faithful -- and protests over how much his visit cost the embattled state.
- Chile's Right In Disarray Ahead Of Presidential Election
July 22 2013 2:53 PM
After candidate Pablo Longueira's resignation due to depression, Chile's right-wing coalition can't find a name to agree on.
- 2 MiG-21 Fighter Jets Found On Seized North Korea Cargo Ship
July 22 2013 12:56 PM
Authorities have found two Soviet-era MiG-21 fighter jets aboard a North Korea-flagged ship seized this month as it tried to pass through the Panama Canal after departing from Cuba.
- A First For A Pope: Francis Carries His Own Bag
July 22 2013 11:36 AM
Pope Francis' trip to Brazil made headlines minutes after it started as the Holy Father carries his own bag.
- Depression Claims Chilean Right-Wing Presidential Candidate
July 19 2013 3:48 PM
After the resignation of their presidential candidate, Chile's conservative coalition is in a race to find a new leader.
- Surrey Woman Finds Mother Alive 52 Years After Her Disappearance
July 19 2013 12:55 PM
Linda Evans recently found that her mother, Lucy Johnson, who disappeared in 1961 and has been missing for 52 years, is actually alive and well in the Yukon.
- Panama Charges North Korean Ship’s Crew
July 18 2013 7:01 AM
Escalating a row over a North Korean ship said to carry weapons, Panama has charged its crew for jeopardizing public security.
- Track Stars On Dope: Another Black Eye For Jamaica
July 17 2013 1:36 PM
Jamaican sporting authorities are forced to take stock of a changing landscape.
- A House Comprehensive Immigration Reform Bill Is On The Way - But When?
July 17 2013 1:02 PM
There's still no set date for the House bipartisan gang's bill, as issues are still being resolved.
- Dangerous Liaisons: Are Cuba And North Korea Trading Weapons?
July 17 2013 12:26 PM
Cuba and North Korea have a long history of diplomatic relations -- but are they trading weapons behind the UN's back?
- Missile Equipment Reportedly Discovered On N. Korean Ship In Panama Canal
July 16 2013 2:17 PM
Panamanian officials seized "sophisticated missile equipment" stowed aboard a North Korean ship heading home from Cuba.
- Spain Dragged 'Against Its Will' Into Morales Affair: Ambassador
July 16 2013 11:11 AM
Spain has officially apologized to Bolivia over the incident that had Bolivian President Evo Morales stranded in Vienna for 15 hours.
- Panama President Posts Photo On Twitter Of ‘War Cargo’ Found On N. Korea Flagged Ship
July 16 2013 8:36 AM
The ship from Cuba was stopped at the Panama Canal. Authorities: vessel had a history of carrying "illicit substances."
- Miguel Treviño Morales, Leader Of Brutal Zetas, Captured In Mexico
July 15 2013 9:19 PM
The leader of the dreaded Zetas has been captured near the U.S. border, the Mexican government says.
- 7.2 Earthquake Rocks Tiny British Islands In South Atlantic
July 15 2013 11:20 AM
It's unclear whether the quake, which struck the South Sandwich Islands off Argentina's coast, caused damage to other islands nearby.
- Why Brazil’s First Strike In 22 Years Might Be Its Last
July 12 2013 3:16 PM
Brazil just held the fourth general strike in its history, but to disappointing results.