Why have so few Chinese immigrants applied for Obama’s deferred action program for undocumented youth?
A century after the Panama Canal opened, a potential rival emerges. But it's far from certain the Nicaragua Canal will work, or even exist.
Venezuela's state-backed TeleSUR English site has a solid Chavista bias, but its U.S. coverage is surprisingly relevant.
Inch by inch, Latin American countries are moving toward decriminalization of pot, yet full legalization is still far away.
Venezuela's dirt-cheap gas is economically unsustainable, but many Venezuelans consider it a birthright.
Asylum claims from Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras have only about a 4% success rate in the courts. That compares to 80% for Chinese.
Arizona's harsh desert is treacherous terrain for migrants, who die by the hundreds trying to cross into the US, even as overall numbers fall.
Health advocates say USAID's operation in Cuba may deepen other countries' mistrust of U.S. programs. Ebola prevention might be affected.
The outcry spurred state lawmakers to reconsider a law banning journalists from crime scenes.
Accounts of severe cold in U.S. Border Patrol facilities abound. Advocates say it's intentional, but there's no official explanation.
Five Latin American governments have recalled ambassadors from Israel over fighting in Gaza, and more may follow suit. Israel reacted with very strong words.
Bolivian President Evo Morales also struck down a visa agreement with Israel over its offensive in Gaza.
If Congress fails to pass a border funding bill before Friday, Homeland Security may have to divert resources to keep border operations afloat.
As the U.S. grapples to halt the influx of migrant families entering from Central America, private prison operators are lining up to cash in.
The brainchild of late Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez is attempting to win over a younger, English-speaking global audience.
Japanese PM Shinzo Abe is attempting to woo economic leaders in the region, fresh on the heels of Chinese President Xi Jinping.
Tenants of Caracas’s notorious "Tower of David" vertical slum are being resettled, but nobody knows what's next for the building.
The immigration and border crisis: Limited government services mean there is no follow-up on the conditions to which child deportees return.
The Chinese president inked a fresh batch of economic agreements with Brazil, Venezuela and Argentina before heading to Cuba.
"Operation Strong Safety" will target criminal activity along the border, the governor said.
Border officials say they have been detaining fewer child migrants in recent weeks.
The U.S. isn't alone in the Americas in deporting people: Mexico deported more than 86,000 Central American migrants last year.
The U.S. ambassador to the U.N. gave the strongest implication yet from the U.S. on Russia's possible role in the MH17 crash.
Malaysia Prime Minister: Investigation Of Malaysia Airlines Ukraine Crash Site ‘Must Not Be Hindered'
The Malaysian prime minister said that no one should interfere with any debris near the disaster area, including the black box.
Relatives clustered at the airports in Amsterdam and Kuala Lumpur for information on the victims of the Malaysia Airlines jet crash.
Child migrants do not have an attorney appointed for them, and immigration lawyers say pro bono services are stretched thin.
Jose Antonio Vargas, a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and high-profile undocumented immigrant, was set free for being a low-priority case.
The detention of the well-known activist puts a harsh spotlight on U.S. government actions over a low-priority case.
The violent gangs pervading Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador first formed in Los Angeles prisons.
China and India are the most common birth countries of Asian immigrants to the U.S. who received their green cards last year.