Mexican oil giant Petroleos Mexicanos, or Pemex, is facing reorganization now that a CEO has been put into place.
A Mexican crime reporter has been kidnapped from her home in Veracruz, one of the most dangerous reported places for journalists.
Imperio de Case Verde (Casa Verde Empire) was hailed as champions for the Sao Paulo Carnival despite confusion in the scoring of the judges.
It seems like Latin America has a new narcotics state with Peru reported to produce more and more cocaine.
Five suspected members of a Costa Rican organ trafficking ring are set to face court trial for illegally selling kidneys in Israel, the state Prosecutors Office told the press on Monday.
Some Christians believe that this is a day for repentance, but some say it is a perfect day to enjoy foods before the 45-day Lent period begins.
Hatian migrants treated poorly in Brazil despite act established in 2015
Kawahiva tribe on the verge of genocide
Police violence in student occupation protest
Former Mexico President says country won't pay for Trump's "stupid" border wall.
Some national Olympic committees have given their athletes the freedom to join or forgo the 2016 Rio Olympics in Brazil, despite constant announcements from the International Olympic Committee that Zika will not hinder the success of the event.
Marco Rubio has come under fire once again after a disastrous GOP debate battle that left him fumbling for words.
Angela Villon is a sex worker and an activist who hopes to vie for a bid in Congress in order to give the poor and oppressed in Peru a voice.
Here are five important things to remember for next year's Ecuadorian elections.
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