Brazil is a puzzle for economists this year. Even though it has a terrible economy, the stock market of the country is one of the world's best this year.
As the country's massive graft scandal reaches new heights, former president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva briefly came face to face with the law.
Mr. Cardoso denies all allegations.
Argentina's farms might not be out of danger just yet.
Zika virus abortion: pro-life or pro choice?
Brazil and a Texas research hospital have signed an agreement to develop a vaccine for the Zika virus.
Brazil’s Catholic Church has rejected calls to allow abortion to expecting mothers infected with the Zika virus.
Environmental funds to be used as pension payments in Rio de Janeiro
Argentines are purchasing mosquito-eating frogs and toads to protect their homes from Aedes aegypti, the carrier of the Zika virus.
South America’s largest low cost airline has shut down its operations in Venezuela due to a currency dispute.
Imperio de Case Verde (Casa Verde Empire) was hailed as champions for the Sao Paulo Carnival despite confusion in the scoring of the judges.
Latin America has seen changes and trends in technology over the past years and it has learned to adapt since then, but exciting developments continue to pile up in the region.
It seems like Latin America has a new narcotics state with Peru reported to produce more and more cocaine.
To better reach Spanish-speaking readers, The New York Times has launched a Spanish news website on Monday.
Here are five important things to remember for next year's Ecuadorian elections.
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