- The End Of The Monroe Doctrine?
November 19 2013 3:29 PM
In its first speech covering Latin America, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry preached for improved in relations throughout the region.
- 2014 NDAA, Now In Senate, Could Finally Mean The End Of Guantanamo
November 18 2013 5:29 PM
Years after Obama issued an executive order for Guantanamo's closure, a Senate bill could finally spell the end of the controversial military prison.
- Rob Ford Tackling Woman Video: Watch Toronto Mayor Run Into Female City Councilor [VIDEO]
November 18 2013 3:58 PM
The embattled mayor, who has admitted to smoking crack, was caught on video tackling the woman -- a week after he used graphic language while discussing allegations related to oral sex and a female staffer.
- Israel Has Held An Al Qaeda-Linked Biological Weapons Expert For 3 Years
November 18 2013 7:27 AM
Although he hasn't stood trial, no country is willing to accept him, Israeli media reported Monday.
- Bolivia’s Coca Crops Surpass Legitimate Consumption Needs
November 16 2013 11:38 AM
The EU found that Bolivia's coca crops are four times what local consumption demands. Where is the excess going?
- The Potemkin Revolution Of Subcomandante Marcos
November 15 2013 10:44 AM
The Subcomandante Marcos-led movement has given up trying to change the world. Instead, it wants to change things one village at a time.
- Court Documents Reveal Serious Allegations Against Rob Ford
November 14 2013 4:49 AM
Police interviews of Ford's former and current staffers reveal allegations of major transgressions by Toronto’s embattled mayor.
- Ruby Dhalla: An Indo-Canadian Doctor Speaks On Politics, Race And Immigration
November 06 2013 6:23 AM
Ruby Dhalla speaks about a number of topics, including Canadian politics, immigration and her future plans
- Toronto Mayor Refuses To Resign After Cops Get Alleged Crack Video
October 31 2013 4:24 PM
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford says he has “no reason” to resign, even after police obtained a video allegedly showing him smoking crack cocaine onscreen.
- Toronto Cops Say They Have Crack Video, And Mayor Rob Ford's In It
October 31 2013 12:12 PM
Video allegedly showing Toronto Mayor Rob Ford smoking crack led to a police investigation into his alleged drug use.
- Arabs In The Andes? Chile, The Unlikely Long-Term Home Of A Large Palestinian Community
October 31 2013 10:11 AM
On the whole, some 800,000 Arabs live in Chile, representing about 5 percent of the total population.
- Credit Squeeze, Then Immigration Squeeze
October 29 2013 12:10 PM
UBS economist Paul Donovan explains exactly how the financial crisis may have sparked anti-immigration sentiment in Europe and America.
- Rana Bokhari: First South Asian Party Chief In Manitoba, Canada
October 28 2013 11:30 AM
Bokhari is a first-generation Canadian who was born in Winnipeg and raised on a poultry farm in the town.
- New Reports Of NSA Spying Strain German-US Relations
October 27 2013 3:18 PM
Revelations in a report on NSA surveillance in Germany opened up new questions -- and a possible diplomatic crisis.
- The Venezuelan Pursuit Of Happiness Brings New Ministry
October 26 2013 4:36 PM
There is no reason not to be happy in Venezuela -- and now there is an official institution to take care of that.
- Is A Cholera Epidemic Coming?
October 25 2013 6:08 AM
The Haitian cholera outbreak of 2010 has reached Mexico. Are we in danger of a Pan-American epidemic?
- Delhi To Havana: Indian Vice President To Visit Cuba
October 24 2013 6:23 AM
India has enjoyed warm relations with Cuba for more than a half century.
- Mexico Approves Fiscal Reform – Including Soda Tax
October 19 2013 6:12 PM
Mexico's tax-reform legislation comes after a month of protests and disagreements.
- Mike Bloomberg Gets Drawn Into The Mexican Soda-Tax Debate
October 16 2013 3:13 PM
The name of the billionaire outgoing mayor of New York gets drawn into the Mexican debate over sugary drinks -- and not in a flattering way.
- Paper Cuts: How A Paper Mill Is Ruining Relations Between Argentina And Uruguay
October 15 2013 6:22 AM
The 2nd biggest Latin American country is at loggerheads with its neighbor over a paper mill that plays an outsized role in the region.