Combat battalions, special units, intelligence forces and snipers are sent to the Gaza border, where Palestinians plan a mass protest Monday against the embassy move to Jerusalem.
It's easy to lose the habits and values of democracy, but incredibly hard to get them back.
Many of the United States' neighbors to the south will be voting on new heads of government, possibly changing their countries' directions.
A new poll measures contentment around the country and the world.
“The Argentine pope seemed to be asking for a social revolution,” wrote The New York Times on Friday as Pope Francis’ Latin American tour, featuring “left-leaning critiques" of "the inequalities of capitalism” and of "a ‘new colonialism’ rooted in an inequitable economic order,” approached its end.
Despite his efforts to champion his constituency — the world’s poor, of which the vast majority are women — the pope tends to overlook the feminized nature of poverty and inequality.
Ecuador is the first stop on the pontiff's highly anticipated weeklong South American trip, which includes visits to Bolivia and Paraguay.
Latin America is alight with feminist movements. From Argentina to Paraguay, women are taking to the streets to demand human rights.
The Catholic country in which, on average, two children under the age of 16 give birth each day, is facing backlash after authorities ordered a 10-year-old victim of sexual abuse to carry out her pregnancy.
In the city of Luque, a group of men who were let go from their jobs at the Vanguardia bus company are protesting by going on a hunger strike and nailing themselves to crosses.