More than 100,000 Venezuelans crossed into Colombia to purchase food and medicine over the weekend.
Ronald Wooden, an American citizen, won a court order for a criminal investigation into a beating he says he received from police in Mexico's southern city of Taxco.
The ruling Workers' Party said educational access would be the 'priority of priorities.' But deep recession has put significant gains in peril, and students are mobilizing to push back.
While the international community celebrates the impending end to 52 years of conflict between the government and FARC rebels, many in Colombia are more skeptical than optimistic, with some going so far as to oppose the entire peace deal.
As undocumented immigrant parents of US-born children await a Supreme Court decision that could shape their future, some deportees are trying to offer emotional support and legal advice to already affected families.