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More than 5 tons of drugs seized from homemade vessel
More than 5 tons of drugs were seized off the coast of Panama after authorities spotted what appeared to be a semi-submersible vessel, the country's ministry of public security said.
Brazil President charged with corruption
Brazilian prosecutors have filed criminal charges of "passive corruption" against President Michel Temer, a state-run news agency reports.
Remains of kidnapped Mexican journalist found
Human remains found in the western Mexican state of Michoacán have been identified as those of journalist Salvador Adame, who was missing for more than a month, a state prosecutor said Monday.
Police arrest 8 in deadly Colombia mall explosion
Eight people were arrested in connection with the deadly explosion at an upscale mall in Colombia, the country's National Police said.
What US expats say about Mexico
American expats who've moved to Mexico say they love the country they've come to call home.
Is Mexico the world's second most dangerous country, as Trump says? That depends
President Donald Trump rankled Mexico again, this time calling it the second deadliest country in the world. Mexico quickly countered, saying Trump's claim is wrong. So who's right?
Venezuelan protester shot at point-blank range
His name was David José Vallenilla. At 22, he became the latest of at least 75 fatalities tied to civil unrest in the streets of Venezuela, a country mired in economic crisis and political instability.
Magnitude 6.8 earthquake causes damage in Guatemala
A magnitude 6.8 earthquake struck Thursday off Guatemala's Pacific coast, the US Geological Survey reported, causing some minor damage.
Police find hidden trove of Nazi artifacts
A massive trove of Nazi-era artifacts were found in a secret room in a Buenos Aires suburb.
Explosion kills 3 at a mall in Colombia
An explosion that killed three people at a shopping mall in Colombia was a "cowardly terrorist act," the city's mayor says.
'I am a thief' tattooed on forehead of alleged thief
The incident was recorded with a cellphone and published on social media, leading authorities to arrest a tattoo artist and his accomplice.
(Some) Puerto Ricans vote for US statehood
Puerto Ricans who voted for US statehood in a non-binding referendum Sunday are "claiming our equal rights as American citizens," Puerto Rico's governor says.
Brazilian President acquitted in illegal campaign funds case
Brazil's top electoral court voted to acquit President Michel Temer and former President Dilma Rousseff on accusations they received illegal campaign funds in the 2014 elections.
Brazil's president faces key ruling in electoral court
The future of Brazilian President Michel Temer hangs in the balance as the country's top electoral court resumes its look at accusations of illegal campaign finance.
Obama and Trudeau bring the bromance back
Those telegenic world leaders, Barack Obama and Justin Trudeau, reunited for a dinner date in Montreal.
They live in Mexico and go to school in the US
Passports and daily border crossings are a way of life for nearly 800 American kids who live in Palomas, Mexico, but attend school across the border in Columbus, New Mexico.
Man mows yard as tornado closes in
Nothing was going to stop this man from mowing his back yard. Not even the twister looming behind him.
Ex-nurse confessed to killing 'mean' patients
Chile convicts 106 former intelligence agents
A Chilean judge sentenced 106 former intelligence agents for their role in the kidnappings and disappearances of 16 leftist militants during the Augusto Pinochet dictatorship.
He played on amidst the chaos of protests - until cops broke his violin
He had become an icon, the violinist who played on as protesters and Venezuelan police clashed around him. But this week, the music stopped.
Manuel Noriega, former dictator of Panama, dies
Manuel Noriega, the former Panamanian dictator and convicted drug trafficker who was once one of Central America's most notorious military strongmen, has died, according to a tweet by Panama's President Juan Carlos Varela on his verified Twitter account.
Artists and activists call for Brazilian President to resign
Hundreds of artists and activists gathered along Rio de Janeiro's Copacabana Beach Sunday to demand the resignation of President Michel Temer and to ask for Congress to approve a call for new elections. Temer is under investigation for bribery, after a whistleblower's testimony alleging that he paid the former House Leader hush money leaked to one of the country's biggest newspapers.
Wait, what? Scientist discovers snakes that hunt in packs
Get ready to update your nightmares.
Massive march marks 50 days of protests in Venezuela
Massive demonstrations, violence and a rising death toll marked 50 consecutive days of anti-government protests in Venezuela.
Brazil's President says he will not resign
Brazil's highest court opened an investigation into President Michel Temer on Thursday, after one of the country's biggest newspapers accused him of paying a former Senate colleague hush money.
Venezuela: So few supplies, so much pain
A lack of food, of medicine, even water is hurting the most vulnerable in Venezuela. CNN went to see and report the impact on some of the country's children.
Mexican journalist killed in Sinaloa
Mexican journalist Javier Valdez Cárdenas, who reported extensively on drug trafficking, was killed on Monday in Sinaloa, officials said. He is the fifth journalist to be killed in Mexico this year.
Shockingly lifelike dinosaur fossil makes public debut
A nearly intact dinosaur fossil of a nodosaur has gone on display after being pulled from an oil sands mine in Alberta.
Riot police block Venezuela's 'Grandparents' March'
This time it was the "abuelitos" -- Venezuela's grandparents -- who took to the streets.
Slain Mexican student identified
The remains of at least one of the 43 students who went missing in Mexico's Guerrero state have been identified, lawyers for the victims' relatives say.
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