Nisman Didn't Trust His Security Detail, Acquaintance Says
January 28 2015 6:55 PM EST
The man who loaned Argentinean prosecutor Alberto Nisman the gun that killed him spoke out in a press conference.
Negotiations 'Wouldn't Make Any Sense'
January 28 2015 4:04 PM EST
Cuba's Raul Castro said "diplomatic rapprochement" would be of no value if the embargo wasn't lifted and Guantanamo Bay wasn't returned.
GOP Grills AG Nominee On Obama's Immigration Actions
January 28 2015 12:21 PM EST
Members of the Republican-controlled Senate Judiciary Committee grilled Loretta Lynch on the Obama administration’s actions on immigration.
Canadian Muslim Charity Supported Hamas-Linked Group
January 28 2015 12:04 PM EST
The Muslim Association of Canada reportedly gave $300,000 to IRFAN-Canada, which is designated a terrorist organization.
Venezuela's Second-In-Command A Drug Trafficker?
January 28 2015 11:26 AM EST
A former top bodyguard, now in the U.S., may testify that the chief of the National Assembly leads a drug-trafficking organization.
Obama Drops Plan To Tax 529 Accounts
January 28 2015 4:07 AM EST
A White House official said the bipartisan opposition to Obama's 529 proposal had become a "distraction" from a grander tax relief program.
Mexico's Missing Students Were Killed And Incinerated
January 27 2015 4:18 PM EST
Attorney General Jesus Murillo Karam’s press conference outlining the investigation came four months after the 43 students disappeared.
Obama Wants To Open Oil Drilling From Virginia To Georgia
January 27 2015 2:36 PM EST
The U.S. Interior Department on Tuesday proposed auctioning off an oil-and-gas drilling lease for the outer Atlantic shelf.
Jeb Bush On Illegal Immigrants: 'Politely Ask Them to Leave'
January 27 2015 2:16 PM EST
Bush has gotten into trouble with far-right Republicans for his more liberal views on illegal immigration in the past.
Argentina's Unfolding Puzzle Over Prosecutor's Death
January 27 2015 12:29 PM EST
Argentina's president is preparing to overhaul the national intelligence agency after a prosecutor's puzzling death.
Argentine President Seeks To Dissolve Spy Agency
January 26 2015 8:02 PM EST
The death of Alberto Nisman this month shone a spotlight on the powerful state spy apparatus.
White House Says Immigration Plan Will Help States
January 26 2015 5:43 PM EST
The Council of Economic Advisers has said the plan would grow the U.S. economy by $90 billion to $210 billion by 2025.
Journalist Who Broke News Of Prosecutor's Death Flees Argentina
January 25 2015 12:39 AM EST
"I'm leaving because my life is in danger. My phones are tapped," Damian Pachter, a journalist with the Buenos Aires Herald said.
Worst Drought In 80 Years Hits Millions In Brazil
January 25 2015 12:17 AM EST
More than 4 million people have been affected by power cuts and water rationing because of the drought.
'The Last Thing We Need Is Another Bush,' Donald Trump Says
January 24 2015 4:35 PM EST
Both Mitt Romney and Jeb Bush steered clear of the Iowa Freedom Summit in Des Moines Saturday.
Brazilian Police Fire Tear Gas, Rubber Bullets At Protesters
January 24 2015 7:05 AM EST
Demonstrators are protesting hikes in public transportation prices in Brazil's largest city.
White House Has 'No Illusions' About Human Rights In Cuba
January 23 2015 7:52 PM EST
Roberta Jacobson, a senior U.S. diplomat in Havana, doesn't expect the Castro regime to improve human rights soon, even as relations thaw.
Cuban Dissidents Face Beatings, Arbitrary Arrests
January 23 2015 9:25 AM EST
All media outlets in Cuba are tightly controlled by the government, which inhibits access to outside information.
Drone Carrying Methamphetamine Crashes In Mexican Border Town
January 22 2015 2:50 AM EST
U.S. law enforcement said that this incident is not the first time that drug smugglers have employed drones in an attempt to transport narcotics.
Guantanamo Bay Commander Relieved Of Duty
January 21 2015 7:17 PM EST
The announcement follows a unsolved death on the base and President Obama's pledge to close the war-on-terror detention facility.