Mexican-Americans lead the trend, with births far outweighing the number of new immigrants.
Investigations into the death of Chilean President Allende and the disappearance of Argentinean children disproves human rights groups' theories, but their zeal for investigations should continue.
The UN and Petraeus appear to disagree.
The UN officially declared a famine in some parts of southern Somalia today. The UN alone says it needs $300 million in the next two months to provide adequate aid. Here's how you can help.
Anand Gopal on Afghanistan's assassinated Jan Mohammed Khan.
While the identity and motives of the attackers are not clear, Tuesday's attack on the presidential palace comes at a fragile time for a country still reconciling after fractious December elections and a coup d'état.
The 32nd Pan-Mass Challenge begins Aug. 6. Some 5,000 cyclists will ride this year in an event that has raised $302 million to date. How do they do it?
The deal between Chinese officials and representatives of Southeast Asian countries is a big step, but doesn't address the key source of tension: territorial claims.