The Pokémon fever continues to rise as Nintendo pits Pokémon Red and Pokémon Blue fans against each other in the upcoming Pokémon-themed Splatfest.
Inmates in Costa Rica are changing their lives for the better as the country’s Ministry of Justice and Peace offers them a course in programming taught by no less than experts from the Microsoft Corporation.
Colombia may see more HIV cases in the years to come as studies link the sexually-transmitted disease to the intensifying problem in illegal substance abuse in the country.
Haiti chose former Senate leader Jocelerme Privert as its provisional president a week after President Michel Martelly stepped down from office.
El Salvador ex-president Mauricio Funes’ bank accounts are now inaccessible to the former leader after the country’s Supreme Court ordered a freeze on all his personal accounts due to an unverified $700,000 deposit.
Dozens of detainees died in a riot in the northern Mexico city of Monterrey on Thursday after rival groups joined in a “pitched battle” in an overcrowded prison.
Keeping fit the Latina way is easy and fun thanks to Colombian dancer and choreographer Alberto “Beto” Perez’s Zumba dance workout.
The unveiling of Samsung’s new Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge is set for February 21 when the devices are also said be available for pre-order.
Nothing says “I love you” better than a home-made meal.
There is no question that books under the genre have become quite a popular thing nowadays, but does young adult fiction provide any educational value to its readers?
A lady driver in Costa Rica decided to show her protest against Uber by tying herself to a tree in President Luis Guillermo Solís’ frontyard, declaring that she is there to fight for her rights.
Rockstar Games join in the celebration of the Love Month by releasing a new expansion pack “Grand Theft Auto V” called “Be My Valentine.”
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.
Another independent probe on Mexico’s missing students revealed “no consistency between the physical evidence” presented by the government to back their claims that the victims were burned on site after they were murdered by a gang.
Here are five important things to remember for next year's Ecuadorian elections.
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