Both nephews of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro's wife, Cilia Flores, pleaded not guilty to their U.S. drug trafficking case.
The United States Congress has approved a huge yearly spending bill that would provide almost $1 billion in funding to Mexico and Central America.
Brazil is hit with its second junk rating on Wednesday. This time was from Fitch Ratings, the second of the three big agencies to slash the country’s hardly-earned investment grade status.
A Miami congressman has published a bill to end automatic U.S. welfare aid to Cuban immigrants.
Nicolas Maduro's ruling Socialist party took a step to try to minimize the opposition's win in elections held this month. They installed a new grassroots assembly exactly in the same building as the national parliament.
The choice between giving employees and workers Christmas bonuses, or paying the country's more than $900 million debt is something that Puerto Rico Governor Alejandro Garcia Padilla needs to make.
Argentina's new president Mauricio Macri moved quickly to end the Kirchner era on Monday by eliminating the export tax on some agricultural and industrial products. Macri announced the move while meeting with farmers in Pergamino northeast of Bueno Aires.
The ever-widening corruption investigation at the Brazilian state-owned oil company Petrobras ensnared yet another prominent Brazilian.
The daughter of former Peru president Alberto Fujimori is the favored presidential candidate to win the polls next year, a survey recently revealed.
Brazil’s real dropped to its lowest level as President Dilma Rousseff fights attempts to oust her from her position.
With COP21 Paris talks completed, how does the accord signed on Saturday affect Latin America? Many leaders of the region went to the French capital with ambitious goals.
A new study found that the Latino electorate does not trust the Democratic Party as much as they used to in the past.
The United States and Cuba will be restoring postal services between the two nations after suspending it 52 years ago during the Cold War.
Here are five important things to remember for next year's Ecuadorian elections.
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