We must defend freedom in Iran soon – or deal with nuclear-armed fanatics later.
Hondurans debate the legality of the forced exile of President Manuel Zelaya.
Manuel Rosales, who ran against Chávez in 2006, is seeking asylum in Peru.
Thriller races around the globe like a scruffy Bond movie but without the moral clarity.
After a series of setbacks, leftist President Hugo Chávez welcomed his conservative nemesis – Colombia's Álvaro Uribe – to a reconcilatory meeting on Friday.
Colombia says the files show Venezuela supports the leftist rebels, a claim Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez calls 'ridiculous.'
Sixty six pounds of uranium was for a 'dirty bomb,' Colombian officials say. Venezuela and Ecuador wonder: What else will seized rebel laptops reveal?