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?
The gruesome death of a photo journalist in Mexico underlines the lengths drug cartels go to keep the press quiet.
Henrique Capriles has more claim to widespread support against Nicolas Maduro than ever. But is the opposition too fractured to resist the government?
The government of newly-elected president Nicolas Maduro begins a campaign of intimidation and persecution against government employees who backed opposition challenger Henrique Capriles.
A critically ill and pregnant 22-year-old woman may face jail time in El Salvador if she goes through with what is likely going to be a lifesaving abortion.
Venezuela held free and fair elections on Monday, declaring Nicolas Maduro the winner. But the U.S. government won't recognize Maduro, and the reason has nothing to do with spreading democracy.
Working class Venezuelans will find it more difficult to learn about the opposition as the law continues infringing upon media outlets’ freedom of expression.