Venezuelan leader Hugo Chávez threatened to shut down trade if Colombian presidential candidate Juan Manuel Santos wins the May 30 Colombia elections.
Conflict negotiator and writer John Paul Lederach has spent decades seeking new paths to peacebuilding.
Venezuelan mothers and wives demonstrated in the streets of Caracas Monday with a message to President Hugo Chávez: fix Venezuela's overcrowded and violent prisons.
The EU-Latin America summit opened in Madrid today without Venezuela's Hugo Chávez, who is protesting the attendance of Honduras President Porfirio Lobo. Mr. Lobo was elected following the controversial ouster of Manuel Zelaya.
President Bush holds a crying baby handed to him from the crowd as he arrived for an outdoor dinner with German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Trinwillershage, Germany, in July 2006.
Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez once called Twitter a haven for terrorists. Now, a rep for Chavez says the president will soon join Twitter. Too bad @HugoChavez is already taken.
Cesar Chavez and Hugo Chávez may have different reputations, but they both offer lessons for progress in America.
Workers remove rubble from a destroyed school in Port-au-Prince on March 9, so that it may be replaced. A 7.3-magnitude quake, which struck Haiti on January 12, left more 222,000 people dead and 1.2 million people homeless.
José Miguel Insulza was reelected secretary general of the Organization of American States (OAS) today. The former Chilean cabinet minister was the only candidate on the ballot, prompting many to ask: Why bother with the vote?
The Obama administration has dismissed Venezuela's Hugo Chávez as a pesky loudmouth. But he imperils regional security and freedom.