Argentina's President Sparks Outrage Over Tweets Mocking Chinese
February 05 2015 1:20 AM EST
Cristina Fernandez De Kirchner is on a state visit to China, hoping to secure loans and investment to prop up her country's ailing economy.
Brazil’s Economic Future Dims Amid Petrobras Scandal
February 04 2015 4:10 PM EST
When the state oil company has problems, Brazil has problems.
Argentine President Tweets About 'Lice' And 'Petloleum' In China
February 04 2015 12:52 PM EST
"Even the Argentinian president knows Chinese people can't differentiate between their R's and L's?" said one Chinese commenter.
US Immunization Rate Lower Than In Central America, Mexico
February 04 2015 10:30 AM EST
Nonetheless, U.S. Rep. Mo Brooks, an Alabama Republican, claims it's possible "illegal aliens" caused the 2015 measles outbreak.
Lift The Cuban Embargo, Americans Say
February 04 2015 8:30 AM EST
Only 35 percent of those polled say it should be kept in place, while 60 percent say they want it removed.
Ebola Aid Arrived Too Late
February 03 2015 6:32 PM EST
The bulk of the crisis was over by the time aid hit the areas most affected by the Ebola outbreak.
Canadian Police Arrest Man, Charge Him With Aiding Islamic State
February 03 2015 5:20 PM EST
Canadian security officials have said they are concerned by what they have described as potential attacks by the so-called lone wolf converts to Islam.
Arrest Warrant For Kirchner Found In Dead Argentine Prosecutor's Home
February 03 2015 4:01 PM EST
Alberto Nisman was found dead with a gunshot wound to the head a day before he was to testify against the Argentine president.
Venezuela Hits Back Against Miami Exile Group's Letter
February 03 2015 12:25 PM EST
President Nicolás Maduro demanded to know the identities of exiles who penned a letter to U.S. senators asking Venezuela be classified a "narco-state."
Al Jazeera Journalist Set To Be Deported From Egypt To Canada
February 03 2015 8:19 AM EST
Fahmy renounced his Egyptian citizenship as a condition of his release, in a move that was described as a difficult one for the "proud Egyptian."
Cuba Releases New Photos Of Fidel Castro
February 03 2015 3:40 AM EST
The photos, which show the former president meeting a Cuban student leader, were posted by a state media outlet.
Canadian Foreign Minister John Baird To Retire
February 03 2015 12:39 AM EST
Baird's departure leaves the Harper government with a major post unfilled in an election year.
US Freezes Travel For Some Venezuelan Officials
February 02 2015 5:02 PM EST
Venezuela's president, who accused Joe Biden of plotting a coup, has another reason to be unhappy with Washington.
Puerto Rico Mulls Bill To Let Noncitizens Vote
February 02 2015 2:43 PM EST
Passing the bill would enfranchise the largely Dominican immigrant community, but critics say it dilutes citizenship privileges.
Why The Keystone XL Decision Matters For UN Climate Talks
February 02 2015 11:55 AM EST
The Obama administration is on track to issue its final verdict of the Canada-to-Texas pipeline early this spring after a crucial Monday deadline passed.
Chile May Leave List Of Countries Banning Abortion
February 02 2015 11:23 AM EST
One of a handful of countries that still has a blanket ban on abortion may soon ease restrictions on it.
Harsher Penalties For Immigration Service Defrauders
February 02 2015 8:58 AM EST
The law makes it a felony to defraud people seeking legal immigration assistance of more than $1,000.
House May Vote On Keystone Next Week
February 02 2015 8:04 AM EST
Obama has threatened to veto the bill, because he is concerned about the environmental impact that the crude oil pipeline would have.
How To Celebrate Candlemas
February 02 2015 7:00 AM EST
Candlemas, also called Día de La Candelaria and La Chandeleur, is celebrated 40 days after Christmas.
Disneyland Measles Outbreak Tops 100 Cases
January 31 2015 7:54 PM EST
The White House is urging parents to heed the advice of public health officials and scientists, and get their children vaccinated.