Readers write about torture and North Korea.
A documentary critical of the North, filmed by a family member of one of the journalists, could complicate their case.
Ahead of the Summit of the Americas, Spain has been quietly bolstering a common transatlantic agenda.
He's likely to stress shared responsibility for rising border violence during trip that begins Thursday.
Readers write about freedom of religious speech, why the US should end the Cuba embargo, Somali piracy, using the Web for news, and why the US can learn from Canadian schools.
Economic blame, Cuba, and Chávez, challenge new US-Latin American relations.
Quarterly economic growth is the worst it’s been for 17 years, but figures show the government’s stimulus could be taking effect.
In vowing to restart its nuclear-weapons program, the pariah nation could be trying to win concessions from the US or it could be setting out a new strategy.