Silicon Valley Shuttle Drivers Vote To Unionize
February 28 2015 9:26 PM EST
Drivers transporting workers to Apple, eBay, Yahoo, Zynga and Genentech voted to join the Teamsters union to lobby for better pay and working conditions.
Teen Charged With Urging Friend To Commit Suicide
February 28 2015 8:18 PM EST
A Massachusetts high school student allegedly texted a friend in the moments leading up to his death encouraging him to carry out his suicide plan.
Venezuela Issues Sanctions On US Officials
February 28 2015 6:28 PM EST
George W. Bush, Dick Cheney and Marco Rubio will have to cancel their Caracas travel plans.
Demonstrators Disrupt Rio 2016 Olympics Planning Meeting
February 28 2015 4:47 PM EST
Activists voiced their anger over a planned Olympic golf course in Rio, which has spurred the so-called Occupy Golf movement.
Moscow Plans Sunday Rally To Honor Nemtsov
February 28 2015 3:28 PM EST
The event will replace a planned protest march Nemtsov had supported before he was shot and killed Friday.
Norway Arrests Cleric Who Praised Killers In Charlie Hebdo Attack
February 28 2015 1:57 PM EST
Najmaddin Faraj Ahmad, a former leader of an Iraqi militant group, says the Charlie Hebdo gunmen "defended their dignity."
Undocumented Immigrants US Detaining Shouldn't Be Deported
February 27 2015 5:43 PM EST
Immigration lawyers say some people who might have avoided deportation are vulnerable once again.
Six Youths Violently Killed In Venezuela This Month
February 26 2015 6:11 PM EST
The police shooting of a 14-year-old protester this week has highlighted a string of recent student deaths across the country.
Argentine Judge Dismisses Case Against President
February 26 2015 12:35 PM EST
President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner will not face a criminal investigation for allegedly covering up Iran's role in a 1994 bombing in Argentina.
Mexico Condemns Shooting In Texas
February 26 2015 11:59 AM EST
Mexico's government denounced the police shooting of an unarmed Mexican immigrant in Texas, the second incident of its kind this month.
Central American Migrant Crisis Could Resurface
February 25 2015 4:16 PM EST
The U.S. is on track to see tens of thousands of unaccompanied child migrants at the border, even if the numbers don't hit last year's record highs.
Obama's Other Immigration Lawsuit
February 24 2015 5:25 PM EST
A federal court could strike down the justification for immigrant family detentions, which doesn't necessarily mean detentions will wind down.
Venezuela Set To Widen Political Crackdown
February 24 2015 10:50 AM EST
Officials are expected to investigate another opposition figure over an alleged coup plot, just days after the high-profile arrest of Caracas' mayor.
Terrorism Has Been Deadlier In Europe Than In US
February 23 2015 5:32 PM EST
Since 9/11, 65 people have died in terrorist attacks on U.S. soil. For Europe, the death toll is in the hundreds.
Pope Warns Of 'Mexicanization' Of Argentina
February 23 2015 11:35 AM EST
Francis warned of the booming drug trade in his native country in a letter sent to an Argentine lawmaker.
Venezuelan Politics 'On A Knife's Edge'
February 21 2015 8:32 AM EST
The sudden arrest of the Caracas mayor is prompting fears of a new, aggressive crackdown on Venezuela's opposition.
Venezuela Opposition Denounces Caracas Mayor's Arrest
February 20 2015 11:17 AM EST
Opposition leaders called for mass protests Friday to rally against what they say is a fresh crackdown on democracy.
Venezuela Detains Caracas Mayor
February 19 2015 6:56 PM EST
The mayor, a prominent opposition voice, was detained Thursday, days after officials accused him of conspiring to overthrow the government.
No Plan B For Greece
February 19 2015 1:40 PM EST
Greek ministers have said Athens could make do with help from its friends if debt talks break down. Not likely, experts say.
Mexico, Central America Lament US Immigration Delay
February 18 2015 11:40 AM EST
The governments expressed disappointment over Tuesday's injunction on President Obama's executive action for undocumented immigrants.