Obama practices his soccer dribbling as he plays with local children during his tour of the Cidade de Deus Favela in Rio de Janeiro on Sunday.
Polls show the FMLN is a shoo-in for the presidency. But, they don't have a majority in the national assembly, limiting their power.
El Salvador's left-wing candidate won 49 percent of the vote, just short of the majority needed to secure victory in this weekend's election. The next round isn't expected to be an easy win.
El Salvador's presidential election takes place next month, and topics of gang violence, the economy, and healthcare are top of mind.
Latin America's mixed feelings about its mineral wealth.
El Salvador's clergy came out strongly against mining in 2007, condemning the environmental and social damage it can cause.
Congress is considering comprehensive immigration reform, including amnesty, work visas, and guest worker programs. What this path to citizenship could mean for 11 million illegal immigrants can be seen in the 1986 amnesty of 3 million legalized in the last major immigration overhaul.