Sixty six pounds of uranium was for a 'dirty bomb,' Colombian officials say. Venezuela and Ecuador wonder: What else will seized rebel laptops reveal?
Like Havana, Cuba, and Chiapas, Mexico, before it, Caracas draws liberals from around the world who want to experience Hugo Chavez's experiment in socialism.
Along a 12-mile stretch, border patrol agents say a zero-tolerance plan has resulted in a 78 percent decrease in arrests.
The Party of the Democratic Revolution vote Sunday could affirm his aggressive tactics or choose a new leader.
Food shortages and rising prices are eroding the leftist leader's approval ratings.
Colombian President Álvaro Uribe said Tuesday that his government would ask the International Criminal Court to try Venezuelan leader Hugo Chávez for financing and supporting Colombia's main rebel group.
The countries sent troops to protest Colombia's killing of a FARC leader in Ecuador.
A grass-roots group to monitor air quality has sprouted in one of Latin America's largest industrial corridors.
Colombia forces killed a top rebel leader and several others in an airstrike on guerrillas based in Ecuador this weekend.
It has fallen from sixth to 298th on the country's Violence Map.
Should the national oil company allowing private investments? Critics worry about foreign control.
The National Assembly elected Fidel's brother Sunday to be president in a vote that signals minor changes.
Venezuela's fiery president gears up to become Latin America's next leftist icon.
After nearly 50 years in power, Fidel effectively hands the reins to his younger brother, Raul Castro.
Government tries to limit TV advertising and sales along highways
Many families of those kidnapped near the border with Colombia say President Hugo Chávez has neglected them in favor of high-profile Colombian victims.
Eufrosina Cruz runs for mayor, says Constitution trumps indigenous laws.
Legal challenge could raise price for nationalization moves by Ecuador, Russia, and Bolivia.
Government response has been praised, but the poorest are still looking for work or new homes.
In a march organized on Facebook, hundreds of thousands protested against the leftist rebel group Monday.