President Dilma Rousseff is focusing on improving Brazil’s economy in the midst of impeachment proceedings being brewed to oust her from office.
Former Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva has testified to the authorities in the investigation by Operation Zealots on bribery allegations, which also involved his son.
Venezuela’s opposition sworn into office three of MPs accused of election fraud, despite the nation’s Supreme Court ruling to complete the “super-majority” they need to push for change in the government.
Argentina's new government under Mauricio Macri hopes to get back the Falkland islands peacefully.
Obama cries over gun violence in recent years
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Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro is being accused of obstructing the actions of the country's newly elected National Assembly.
U.S. polls are nearing and one question still remains: is the Latino community going to have a significant effect the 2016 Presidential Elections?
Cuban-American and U.S. presidential candidate Marco Rubio criticized his fellow candidates, even calling former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, a "liar."
A seasoned politician was chosen by the Venezuelan opposition to lead the National Assembly.
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