Mexican Billionaire Carlos Slim To Pay $80M In Fines To Colombian Mobile Phone Company
Carlos Slim's business in Colombia might be in jeopardy after a court ruled in favor of a local cellphone company.
Cuba-North Korea Military Summit: Will It Harm Havana’s Immigration Talks With Washington?
Cuba and North Korea have a long history of diplomatic relations -- but are they trading weapons behind the UN's back?
Argentina To Give Chevron The Oil Fields It Took From Repsol; Cristina Kirchner’s Opposition Calls Move “Deeply Flawed Process”
Less than a year after seizing oilfields from Spain's Repsol, the Argentinian government hands them over to another energy giant: Chevron.
Spain Apologizes To Bolivia Over President Evo Morales’ Plane; Spanish Ambassador In La Paz Says ‘Spain Was Involved Against Its Will’
Spain has officially apologized to Bolivia over the incident that had Bolivian President Evo Morales stranded in Vienna for 15 hours.
Brazil’s Strike Was A Bust: First Union Movement In 22 Years Not As Successful As Expected
Brazil just held the fourth general strike in its history, but to disappointing results.
What’s Next In Brazilian Protests? Unions Call First General Strike In 22 Years
The wave of protests in Brazil takes a new turn as unions join in the fight.
Cuba Announces Financial Reforms, Opens Up To Foreign Investment
The communist government wants to deregulate companies and attract foreign money. But don't celebrate the coming of the free market yet.
Mexico And Argentina Are The Most Corrupt Countries In Latin America, Survey Reveals
Argentina and Mexico are two growing economies, and they're also very corrupt, the countries' citizens believe.
Edward Snowden Gets Asylum In Venezuela? Only If He Hurries
As reports surface that Snowden has accepted asylum in Venezuela, President Maduro's offer might be reaching its expiration date.
Brazil’s Richest Man Eike Batista Risks Losing Oil Business; What Does This Mean For Brazil?
A year ago, Brazil's Eike Batista was the world's 7th richest man. Today he's not even in the top 200. Is his country headed the same way?
Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto's Party Loses Key States Of Baja California, Puebla
Mexico's ruling party lost the two biggest states, in an election plagued by violence and allegations of corruption.
Plane Crash In San Francisco: Asiana Airlines Boeing 777 Crashes While Landing
Asiana Airlines Flight OZ 214 crashed at San Francisco's airport while landing Saturday. Almost all aboard the plane survived.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro Offers Asylum To Edward Snowden, Creating Problems Within Venezuela
As Venezuela awaits Edward Snowden’s response to its asylum offer, an opposition leader warns there might be more to it than meets the eye.
Snowden Crisis Prompts Meeting Of South American Bloc Unasur To Ask For Explanations On Evo Morales' Plane Diversion
The Union of South American Nations will meet in Lima to discuss how to approach the recent Evo Morales plane crisis.
Latin American Presidents Call Bolivia’s Evo Morales Plane Crisis An “Aggression”; Call For Regional Meeting
After being stranded in Vienna, Bolivian President Evo Morales was finally allowed to fly home, where his neighbors rose in his defense.
Chilean Primaries Set Socialist Michelle Bachelet And Conservative Pablo Longueira To Compete For Presidency; Will Ex-President Bachelet Make A Comeback?
Former President Michelle Bachelet swept the Chilean primaries, and seems well positioned to win her old job back.
World Cup Brazil 2014: FIFA Says Brazil Might Not Be Ready To Host World’s Biggest Soccer Event
After a month of protests and infrastructure problems, there are concerns over how well Brazil is suited to host the World Soccer Cup.
Where In The World Will Snowden Go? Options Narrow As NSA Leaker Sends Out Requests To Over 20 Countries
The list of places the NSA leaker hopes will take him is a bizarro mishmash of NATO members, American adversaries and India.
Petrocaribe Holds 8th Annual Summit In Managua, Nicaragua; Why Is Maduro So Determined To Deepen His Influence In The Caribbean?
Venezuela needs goods from the Caribbean; the Caribbean needs Venezuelan oil. Agreements ensue.
Maduro Offers Asylum To Ed Snowden During Official Visit To Russia; Is The NSA Leaker Going To Venezuela?
Russia says he is not their problem, and Ecuador might be backing off. Is Venezuela Edward Snowden's only hope for asylum?
Latin America Increases Relations With China: What Does That Mean For The US?
China has made its interest in Latin America as a trade and diplomatic partner clear. Will this affect the U.S.?
A New Death In Brazil As Protests Get Violent During Confederation Cup Semifinals
Twenty days of protests in Brazil have left six dead, including a 16-year-old boy.
Chilean Students Revolt A Few Days Before Election; Is It A New Brazil?
It's the most violent student upheaval Chile has seen in recent years, but is it another Brazil waiting to happen?
Ecuador Network Reveals Safe Pass Given To Snowden; Is The Whistleblower Going To Latin America?
The NSA leaker is not in Ecuador yet, but thanks to this document he could get there easily.
Haiti Wants To Boost Tourism With New Campaign, But U.S. Advises Against Travel
Bright blue skies, shimmering ocean, white sand: Haiti, just another Caribbean paradise. Or so says its government.
Another Win For Brazil’s Protesters: Congress Rejects PEC-37, Nixes Political Immunity, Reduces Police Powers
The Brazilian Congress rejected a proposal that would have granted immunity to high officials and given more power to the police.
Uruguay, With The Most Liberal Abortion Laws In Latin America, Will Not Hold A Referendum Against It
In spite of a campaign to outlaw abortion, the Latin American nation with the most liberal law is keeping it.
Brazil’s Dilma Rousseff Announces Harsher Punishment For Corruption; Wants More Foreign Doctors For Healthcare System
Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff has listened to the protesters and announced a series of reforms stemming from their demands.
Former Mexico City Mayor Opposes Pemex Reforms, Demands Public Debate With President Pena Nieto
Mexico's President Enrique Pena Nieto announced planned changes in energy giant Pemex -- but not everybody is on board with them.
Protests In Brazil Give Results: Rio De Janeiro And Sao Paulo Stop Plans To Hike Public Transportation Prices
The two biggest cities in Brazil give in to protesters' demands: Bus ticket prices will stay as they were.