In the past 17 years, 111 journalists have been killed in Mexico, 38 of them under the administration of President Enrique Pena Nieto
Organization of American States on Monday says it could not be sure Honduras' president won a second term in an election last week, citing irregularities and errors in the process and calling for a recount of nearly a third of the votes
Juan Camilo Restrep will step down in January when a ceasefire with ELN guerrillas comes to an end.
Beatriz Sanchez, flagbearer for hard-left Frente Amplio coalition, endorses center-left presidential hopeful over conservative Sebastian Pinera
More than half the ballots cast in elections on Sunday were nullified by voters, a sign that opposition said showed dwindling support for president
Pension reform is the cornerstone policy in President Michel Temer's efforts to bring Brazil's deficit under control
Explosion occurred near time, place where ARA San Juan disappeared Nov. 15.
However, authorities held back from declaring a winner following deadly protests and claims of fraud by opponents
Mexico must step up efforts to protect vulnerable indigenous migrant workers who are at risk of becoming trapped in forced labor and enslaved in farms, government's human rights commission says
Canada hopes trade agreement with China will reflect 'Canadian values' in areas of labor rights, environmental protection and gender equality, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says at start of four-day visit to China
Officials say 8 ballot boxes contained 'inconsistencies' but count was being conducted without presence of representatives of opposition candidate Salvador Nasralla
The new currency will be called the “petro”