Argentina President Says She's 'Tough' In Face Of Charges
February 15 2015 4:36 PM EST
Argentina President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner issued her first public comments since federal prosecutors announced they would seek charges against her.
Corruption, Deception, Murder Par For The Course, Argentines Say
February 15 2015 9:48 AM EST
Opinions are divided, but few believe Alberto Nisman's death was a suicide, and Cristina Kirchner's legacy appears to be crumbling further.
American Lindsay Souvannarath Identified In Halifax Mall Plot
February 14 2015 6:10 PM EST
Souvannarath, 23, of Geneva, Illinois, reportedly confessed to the planned mass shooting after her arrest.
NYC’s Record-Breaking Murder-Free Streak Could Be Over
February 14 2015 4:37 PM EST
While the record officially dates back only to 1994, it likely goes far beyond that.
'We'll Have To Be The Adult In The Room'
February 13 2015 5:28 PM EST
Not every Republican thinks it's a good idea to shut down Homeland Security in a fight over immigration. But can the pragmatists win?
Argentina's President Formally Charged In Alleged Cover-up
February 13 2015 2:32 PM EST
Cristina Fernández de Kirchner was formally accused of attempting to cover up Iran's alleged role in a 1994 bombing.
Marijuana Hidden Inside Angry Birds Toy
February 13 2015 2:07 PM EST
A Canadian boy found 85 grams, or $800 worth, of marijuana tucked inside the box of his brand-new Angry Birds toy.
Venezuela's Economy Goes From Bad To Worse In The Past Year
February 13 2015 1:51 PM EST
It's been a year since Venezuelans launched mass protests over crime and the economy. Things are even worse now.
Most People In Canada Say Vaccines Do Prevent Disease
February 13 2015 11:04 AM EST
Asked, "Are vaccines effective?" 88 percent of respondents said vaccines did work in preventing disease in individuals.
Turkey, Saudi Arabia Compete Over Cuban Mosque
February 13 2015 10:50 AM EST
Turkish President Erdoğan wants to build a mosque in Havana despite a similar proposal already made by Saudi Arabia.
Argentine Prosecutor's Former Wife Criticizes Probe
February 13 2015 4:26 AM EST
Alberto Nisman, who accused the president of covering up a 1994 bombing, was found dead under suspicious circumstances.
Protesters Clash With Venezuela Police On Anniversary Of Deadly Demonstrations
February 13 2015 3:55 AM EST
The country's embattled president Nicolas Maduro claimed Thursday that he had foiled a U.S.-backed coup attempt.
Should Powerball Tickets Be Sold In Puerto Rico?
February 12 2015 3:45 PM EST
One of the winning Powerball tickets was bought in Puerto Rico, highlighting an ongoing taxation argument.
Congress Sends Keystone XL Bill To White House
February 11 2015 5:18 PM EST
Obama is expected to veto the measure, which could hasten his final decision on the Canada-to-Texas pipeline.
Can Venezuela's Discount Oil Program Survive?
February 11 2015 8:16 AM EST
The program offers Venezuelan oil to Caribbean countries at bargain prices. But Venezuela's economic woes are putting its future in doubt.
A ‘Safe, Legal And Orderly Alternative’ To Illegal Immigration
February 10 2015 3:54 PM EST
The expansion of the Central American Minors program is “a whole new pipeline for legal migration,” says Ann Corcoran of Refugee Resettlement Watch.
DOJ On The Hunt For Guilty Pleas From Banks
February 10 2015 11:07 AM EST
It would represent the first time in decades that the largest American banks pleaded guilty to felony misconduct. Since the financial crisis, the only major banks from which U.S. regulators have secured guilty pleas have been foreign.
Argentine Prosecutor's Death Part Of Coup D'Etat Attempt: Government Official
February 09 2015 9:40 PM EST
Nisman accused the president of derailing his investigation into a 1994 bombing of a Jewish community center.
It's The Golden Age For Financial Whistleblowers
February 09 2015 3:11 PM EST
In the wake of the largest leak in banking history, the fate of the financial whistleblower remains unclear.
Journalists Jailed In Egypt Get Retrial Date
February 08 2015 11:07 AM EST
Two journalists convicted of supporting the Muslim Brotherhood will be retried in a proceeding expected to begin Feb. 12.