From Guatemala to Nicaragua, the iconic yellow buses are living out their waning days ferrying commuters across cities big and small.
The proposal was agreed to in record time. Now Nicaragua's opposition is saying 'wait just a minute.'
New ant species: Researchers working in Central America and the Carribbean have discovered 33 previously unknown ant species.
Robert Lady was the CIA station chief in Milan when wanted Egyptian cleric Nasr was pulled from the streets there and sent back to Egypt where his lawyer says he was tortured.
Asian tiger mosquitoes are spreading in the continental US. Scientists warn that Asian tiger mosquitoes bite throughout the day, carry disease, and lay eggs that can survive winter.
Nicaragua canal would require $40 billion and 11 years to complete. Nicaraguan president Ortega hopes to get congress to approve Chinese plan for Nicaragua canal this week.
The aggressive outbreak has extended to more than 70 percent of coffee bushes in Guatemala and El Salvador, 64 percent in Costa Rica, and lesser amounts in Nicaragua and Honduras.
Apprehensions of illegal border-crossers are on pace to rise compared with last year. While the numbers are near historic lows, they could influence immigration reform efforts in Congress.
El Salvador is one of five countries in Latin America to ban abortion. A woman, 'Beatriz,' has become cause for international debate as she appealed for what doctors call a life-saving abortion.
A new OAS report looks at alternatives to prohibiting the drug trade, including legal market regulation, reform of the UN drug convention, and smarter policing.