Anonymous Facebook activists exposing criminal activity and police corruption are raising the fury of Mexican drug cartels, who have posted a $47,000 reward for anyone to identify them.
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.
Argentina has made a series of diplomatic mistakes along the way that will make more difficult to bring the issue of the Falklands Islands to the international arena.
Is Mexico ready for a female president?
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.
To anyone who may doubt the appalling nature of the late Chavez's mistreatment of his nation's Jewish community, it's worth noting that communist dictators are generally a pretty vile bunch.
On Sunday, Mexico will elect a new president among Enrique Pena Nieto, from the PRI; Manuel Lopez Obrador, from PDR, and Josefina Vazquez Mota, from PAN. What does it mean for America?
The U.S. needs to increase its efforts to end the Mexican Drug Wars by rethinking its policies on drug legalization and regulation.