The vote audit administered by Venezuela's National Electoral Council is unlikely to change the outcome of the April election; however, Capriles should take solace in the public's support.
Ecuador is trying to sell a third of its rain-forest to Chinese oil industrialists, prompting tribesmen to threaten to give up their lives in defense of the sacred jungles they call home.
Obama begins his Latin American tour with a visit to Mexico City today. With talks of trade a priority, there's a disappointing lack of dialogue on security, drugs, and immigration.
After a high-profile rape, the city of Rio de Janeiro removes an important source of transportation.
Have the rules of democracy changed, or is the situation in Venezuela turning from bad to worse?
Amid tensions after the disputed election of Nicolas Maduro, Venezuelan opposition members were attacked during a meeting of the National Assembly.
Twitter is more popular among Latin American politicians than any others in the world. If they continue posting overly intimate tweets, they will slip in political legitimacy.
On Wednesday, Venezuela arrested an American filmmaker on espionage charges. Is there anything to them, or is the government just trying to hold onto power in the wake of a close election?