A toilet paper shortage in Venezuela is the next humiliating event to occur under Nicolás Maduro's presidency. Are they on a downward spiral?
Former Argentine military dictator Jorge Rafael Videla recently died in prison while serving a life sentence for his crimes against humanity. But did Pope Francis just watch him commit them?
Foreign investors are becoming more attracted to Latin America as the U.S. and European economies suffer. But will this turn into tangible benefits for everyday Latin Americans?
Salar de Uyuni is filled with the valuable resource lithium, the lifeblood of the electronics industry. This could make it the Saudi Arabia of green energy.
A woman seeks an abortion that could save her life in El Salvador, where abortion is illegal in all cases, no exceptions.
An interview with dissident Cuban blogger Orlando Luis Pardo Lazo on his past and present, his thoughts on modern Cuba, and his dreams for the future.
The former dictator was found guilty of genocide against indigenous populations. The United States supported Montt publicly and sent aid while his forces were engaging in a campaign of terror.
Venezuelan opposition leader Henrique Capriles has formally asked the Supreme Court to annul the results of the April 14th presidential election.