To better reach Spanish-speaking readers, The New York Times has launched a Spanish news website on Monday.
Colombia’s President Juan Manuel Santos said that the National Liberation Army, or ELN, must release two hostages before a peace process pushes through.
Enrique Peña Nieto made some notable changes in his Cabinet, replacing leaders for the country's main oil company and the social security and health sectors.
A 4,000-passenger luxury cruise ship faced extremely stormy seas on the Southeast coast of the United States as it sailed toward the 'most powerful storm' the Atlantic has ever had in winter.
Puerto Rico will likely receive $250 million in federal funds from the U.S. to combat the growing number of Zika cases in the Caribbean island.
Haiti’s President Michel Martelly has stepped down from his position without leaving the country a successor.
A Chilean startup company hopes to bring cheaper meals and food items to poor residents in Latin America.
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Puerto Rico asks Washington for debt restructure
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Venezuelan economic crisis feared to be the worst in Latin America
President Enrique Pena Nieto's marriage to Angelica Rivera has come under fire once again as political involvement has become an issue.
Pope Francis will confront Mexico’s issues of corruption and violence during his visit in the country this week.
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