While President Nicolas Maduro struggles to live up to his legacy
Brazil Kicks Off Carnival In A Blaze of Color
Revelers from Sao Paolo to Rio de Janeiro got the week-long Carnival of Brazil started this weekend with sparkly costumes, outrageous floats and wild parades
Venezuela’s Protests Against Maduro Government Continue
At least 17 people have died in clashes between security forces and pro- and anti-government demonstrators.
13 Dead in Venezuela Protests
An estimated 150 people have been injured during the protests over the last two weeks
Brazil Plans Undersea Cable to Europe to Avoid U.S. Snooping
European leaders agreed on a plan to lay undersea communications cables between Brazil and the E.U.
Busted Drug Kingpin ‘El Chapo’ Charged in Mexico
Makes it less likely the head of the Sinaloa cartel will be swiftly extradited to the U.S.
How Mexico’s Police Caught ‘El Chapo’
Wiretaps, raids, and a network of informants helped bring down drug kingpin
What The Arrest Of ‘El Chapo’ Means For Mexico
Cheers, tears and fears follow the arrest of drug kingpin Joaquin Guzman
Living In Purgatory Between Mexico and U.S.
Thousands of unwanted people live between the borders of these two countries
Venezuela’s Protests Shake the Regime Chávez Built
Venezuela has been rocked by three weeks of mass student protests, but it’s unlikely they’ll be able to unseat the country’s entrenched regime
Anti-Government Protests Rock Venezuela
Demonstrations – including violent clashes between protesters and police – against the government of President Nicolas Maduro continue in Caracas
Paratroopers Deployed Against Venezuelan Protesters
Most serious charges dropped against opposition leader, but he still faces 10 years in prison
Brazil Boosts World Cup Security Force by 70%
Response to safety concerns following massive street protests