Will the new guerilla leader, Alfonso Cano, free US and other hostages?
Local groups are battling police corruption – which fuels drug-trafficking – with programs such as ethics training at Mexico City's police academy.
A top leftist rebel commander turned herself in Sunday. Colombia's government is touting the move as the latest in a series of devastating blows to the leftist rebels.
In 2008, Venezuela's inflation rate is projected to be 25 percent – second only to Zimbabwe's.
Colombia says the files show Venezuela supports the leftist rebels, a claim Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez calls 'ridiculous.'
Victims of Colombia's 44-year civil war say they now have less hope of finding out the truth about how their family members disappeared.
A college class, funded by a NASA Space Grant Consortium, contemplates what to say to E.T.
As four provinces press for more autonomy, one group teaches how to heal racial and political tensions.
Inspired by a biannual baroque festival and the legacy of missionaries, young people join choirs and take up the violin and Vivaldi in parishes across the country's eastern lowlands.
Keep in mind that he's a peaceful underdog and even ... a family man.
Leaders at Wednesday's summit in Nicaragua blamed US trade policies for the region's food crisis.
The gas-rich province of Santa Cruz voted Sunday for less central government control, raising tensions with leftist President Evo Morales and his supporters.
President Lula says the largest ethanol exporter makes fuel from sugar, not corn. And there's a sugar surplus.
President Hugo Chavez says he is willing to talk with Colombia's rebel FARC for the release of three US defense contractors.
Creative reading of Islamic tradition makes the old-fashioned 'guy meets girl' love match less of an impossibility.
Some 300 girls shared in one rite-of-passage party Saturday, which donors made possible.
Following attacks on the youth subculture, organizers hope to encourage Mexican teenagers to be themselves.
The four countries, joined in a trading bloc called ALBA, said they would step up agricultural production efforts.
The 'Damas de Blanco,' a group of Cuban women seeking the release of political prisoners, held a protest in front of Raúl Castro's office Monday.
Communist nation easing restrictions on foreign programs.