Brazilian president Dilma Rousseff signed a decree that allows health officials to enter private properties to fight Zika, even if home owners aren't around.
Another official involved in Brazil's Petrobras scandal has been jailed, and faces up to twelve years on charges of corruption and money-laundering.
Touring all over Brazil is not complete without the taste of street dishes in Rio de Janeiro.
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos will head to the United States ask for billions of dollars to continue the controversial Plan Colombia program.
The motorists want to stop the motor service in the country.
Certain parts of Cuba are finally getting connected with the worldwide web, as the Central American government revealed plans on launching residential Internet services to homes in two areas in Havana.
United Airlines have brought back the free snacks for their passengers. Now, all customers of the flight carrier can enjoy crackers and mini pretzels onboard.
The top chef of the Swiss restaurant recently declared as the best in the entire world was discovered dead inside his home over the weekend, and authorities are looking at suicide as a possible angle.
Pope Francis is once again a top contender for the prestigious 2016 Nobel Peace Prize. The Pontiff of Rome has said in earlier years that he is not interested in such awards
The World Health Organization declared the spread of the mosquito-borne Zika virus as a “public health emergency of international concern” after it was linked to a sudden increase in birth abnormality cases in Latin America.
Justice will be served for 11 Mayan women who have been the victim of forced servitude and sexual slavery at the hands of several soldiers during the 36-year Guatemalan Civil War.
Malala encourages UN and world leaders to offer education to Syrian refugees
Ecuador to put Amazon rainforest in danger due to deals with China
PAHO calls for increased access in contraception as a denouncement for governments to stop pregnancy altogether
The superhero movie "Deadpool" has crushed box-office records despite the restricted rating (Rated R) given to the film.
This was the first time in their 52 years in the industry to reveal three cover girls.