Many of the United States' neighbors to the south will be voting on new heads of government, possibly changing their countries' directions.
Governments are launching investigations and audits stemming from the disclosure of the financial documents. An Argentine prosecutor is calling for the arrest of four university officials.
Recent elections that have exploited darker human traits have been disheartening. We must uncover a path toward hope.
After 13 years covering the U.S. war on drugs in Colombia, an investigative reporter begins a new journey with his family—learning how to live with an invisible illness.
Wealthy politicians and businessmen suspected of wrongdoing in their native lands are fleeing to a safe haven where their wealth and influence shields them from arrest.
At any given time, about 300,000 children between ages 8 and 18—40 percent of them females—are exploited as child fighters in conflicts in Africa, Asia and South America. Despite a congressional ban, the U.S. sends military aid to some of the countries involved.
If you care who wins the election next month, get off the couch, go down to your polling place and vote.
By a margin of 0.4 percent, voters rejected a negotiated agreement that would have made the FARC militia a legal political party.
Human rights experts from Colombia explain that although the peace agreement with the rebel group FARC is a milestone, issues of “transitional justice” still plague the country. Among these is addressing the sexual violence that occurred over the years.
Andrés Sepúlveda secretly manipulated political campaigns across Latin America for years, and he says the same kind of thing is happening in the United States now.