Brazils president is hemmed in by congress, his advisers and his own misjudgments
AP PHOTOS: Supporters of Evo Morales clash with police in Bolivia, while protests continue in Haiti and horsemen perform pirouettes in Mexico
Munduruku indigenous people led by 15 tribal chiefs blamed Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro on Thursday for increased illegal mining on their reservation lands in the Amazon rainforest.
God, family, homeland: Brazil's Bolsonaro launches new party
Glycerol fuel cell can replace batteries in cell phones and laptops, and could be used in future to run electric cars and supply power to homes.
Gabriel Barbosa was made fun of in Italy because of his nickname Gabigol, but he is now back to his best with Brazils Flamengo ahead of the Copa Libertadores final against defending champion River Plate of Argentina
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro on Thursday sent a proposal to Congress that seeks to offer greater protection to police and soldiers who kill while on specific operations, known as Guarantee of Law and Order (GLO) missions.
Jair Bolsonaro says his Alliance for Brazil will fight corruption and advance Christian values.
The politically motivated accusations against me manipulated the political process.
Defending champion River Plate was a little nervous about the Copa Libertadores final on Saturday, according to midfielder Nacho Fernndez
Brazil's famous barbecue is getting more expensive as Chinese demand is increasingly swallowing up the country's beef supply, pushing Brazilian cattle prices to a record high.
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A seemingly frustrated Joe Biden advised a protester to "vote for Trump" Thursday night after being confronted about theObama administrations record on deportations.
The activist, identified as Carlos Rojas, pointed out that millions were deported and separated from their families during Barack Obama’s presidency. Democratic presidential candidate Joe ...
Former Vice President Joseph R. Biden refused to bow to pressure from immigration rights activists who demanded at a town hall meeting here Thursday that he publicly commit to stop kicking illegal immigrants out of the country.
Federal authorities said a man charged in the hit-and-run death of a Vietnam veteran in Pennsylvania earlier this month was living in the United States illegally.
The U.S. has deported thousands of veterans for decades, putting their lives at risk, as well as exposing them to gang and drug cartel recruitment, according to "Ready for War," airing on Showtime.
Jilmar Ramos-Gomez, who was born in Grand Rapids and served in Afghanistan, was arrested Nov. 21, 2018, for allegedly breaking into a hospital, setting a fire and pulling an alarm.
Only 6 per cent of executive jobs in the GTA held by immigrants, according to report by the Toronto Region Immigrant Employment Council.
Lawyers for a Latino American war veteran who was wrongfully detained by immigration agents in Michigan have filed a $1 million claim against the U.S. government for his three days in custody.
An illegal alien charged with manslaughter fled the U.S. after authorities ignored an ICE detainer request and released him into the public.
Instead of issuing corrections, however, Nowaks clarification prompted several outlets to withdraw their stories altogether, including Reuters and AFP, who both said no replacement story would be forthcoming
TV writers talked about portraying truthful immigrant stories in Trump era during the Television Academy's Immigration on Television panel.
A 20-year-old man in the country illegally who was street racing when he crashed into a car in Oregon and killed a woman was able to flee to Mexico after local officials did not honor an immigration detainer, according to federal officials.
This photo gallery highlights some of the top news images made by Associated Press photographers in Latin America and the Caribbean that were published in the past week. Popular discontent...
Two of Colombias top diplomats caught in a moment of candor in a surreptitiously taped conversation declared the U.S. State Department destroyed and said a Washington-backed effort to force humanitarian aid into Venezuela earlier this year was a fiasco.
University students in Venezuela have staged a protest calling for an end to President Nicols Maduros rule
The U.S. Treasury Department on Thursday said claimants against Venezuela could not enforce liens, judgments, arbitral awards or decrees by seizing property to collect on unpaid debts unless they received specific authorization from Washington.
Venezuelan university students attempted to march on the Defense Ministry on Thursday to demand that the armed forces "side with the constitution" and help oust President Nicolas Maduro as the opposition tries to revive its flagging movement.
An unnamed 11-year-old Venezuelan boy in the state of Anzotegui accused police of torture, including a severe beating and electrocution.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro on Wednesday said some 30 million barrels of oil sitting in storage tanks would serve as backing for the OPEC nation's state-run cryptocurrency, the petro, which has been sanctioned by the United States.
Venezuelas poorest in the once-thriving oil city of Maracaibo struggle to get through each day, unable or unwilling to join the call by opposition leaders to protest against President Nicols Maduro
Thanks to the generosity of neighbors, Hayde Chacin and husband Jose Caldera are surviving their elderly years on the outskirts of Venezuela's second largest city of Maracaibo.
A leading Venezuelan opposition party said a group of armed men with their faces covered raided its headquarters late Friday, taking cellphones, computers and
Venezuela's opposition has reached a deal with the custodians of a bond issued by state oil company PDVSA to prevent bondholders from seizing U.S. refining subsidiary Citgo, the bond's collateral, until May, according to court filings and a source.
General strike as thousands protest Colombia's government
Indigenous groups, students and labour unions rally against the right-wing government of Ivan Duque.
Colombian unions, student groups and other protesters were marching on Thursday to insist the government maintain the minimum wage for young people and the universal right to a pension, even though the government says those are not part of reform plans.
Students, unions, indigenous groups and leftists share rising anger against President Ivn Duque.
Colombian unions and student groups are planning a strike on Thursday, with marches to insist the government maintain minimum wages for young people and the universal right to a pension.
Colombians angry with conservative President Ivn Duque are hoping to channel Latin Americas wave of discontent as they take to the streets Thursday with a
Children of Colombia's peace growing up among landmines
Colombians angry at conservative President Ivn Duque are hoping to channel Latin Americas wave of discontent as they take to the streets Thursday with a long list of grievances, from persistent economic inequality to violence against social activists
Colombias ambassador in Washington has been embarrassed by publication of a recording in which he trashes the State Department as a feckless institution subjugated to the whims of the White House
Colombia is no longer planning to sell off 8.5 trillion pesos ($2.47 billion) in company participations to fund part of the 2020 budget, the finance vice-minister said on Wednesday, but will instead use central bank profits and larger tax collection to cover its needs.
Border closures, curfews and bans on sale of alcohol announced as tens of thousands are expected to march amid wave of turmoil