Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s recent trip to Cuba has drawn scrutiny from U.S. legislators who are demanding to know whether the celebrity power couple violated any laws.
The Chilean government is re-investigating the death of famed poet and Nobel laureate Pablo Neruda 40 years after the fact.
Whole Foods has announced that it will label all GMO products in its stores by 2018 amid growing concerns about genetically modified food.
President Jose Mujica of Uruguay was caught on a mic apparently making disparaging remarks about Argentine leader Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner"
The defection of 7 ballet dancers from Communist Cuba in Mexico last month marks the latest high-profile case of Cuban citizens seeking asylum.
The BRICS nations, along with dozens of other developing countries have been dumping their foreign exchange holdings of the euro.
In 2011, the EPA allowed pesticide nanosilver in textiles as an antibacterial preservative, but concerns remain over the long-term effects.
Mexico has increased its efforts to break Carlos Slim's monopoly on the telecom industry.
The General Assembly passed a treaty Tuesday aimed at keeping weapons from conflict zones and those who commit war crimes or genocide.
The EPA has conditionally approved thousands of under-tested pesticides, including clothianidin which has been linked to mass bee deaths, or colony collapse disorder.
The world's richest man, Mexican telecom tycoon Carlos Slim, is costing his country billions with his monopoly in the industry, officials say.
Syrian Pres. al-Assad has called on BRICS nations for support as international pressure from the U.S., its allies and other Arab nations mounts.
The two countries are considering bilateral trading in each other's currencies, as opposed to the U.S. dollar.
Delays completing a stadium could force the opening match to be moved to another city and exclude São Paulo as a World Cup host city.
Many have sounded the Cyprus financial sector's death knell after its near collapse, but some say its foundations remains solid.
The future of Cyprus’ banking sector doesn’t look too bright, after its near collapse and subsequent bailout; can other sectors help?
Reports of abuse, rape and exploitation have surfaced within the government-run camps meant to protect Somalian refugees.
China and Brazil agreed to trade in each other's currencies in the amount of $30 billion per year over the next three years.
Cypriots' frustration and anger is rising their government as banks remain closed and an economic recession looms.
Small arms dealers in the U.S., particularly near Mexico, have become more dependent on business from arms trafficking into Mexico.