Republicans from Oregon have been missing since walking out over a climate change law on Thursday.
The Dominican Republic's top tourism official on Friday downplayed as an exaggeration a spate of deaths among American tourists.
The hack targeted computers running rocket and missile launchers, sources tell US media outlets.
Fifty years after the Stonewall uprising that galvanized the LGBTQ rights movement, media treatment of the groups have changed — and is still changing
Venezuela will send food to feed hungry Colombian children, communications minister Jorge Rodriguez claimed Monday -- citing statistics about poverty in neighboring Colombia -- even as citizens in his country struggle with food shortages at home.
Haiti's leader has accused eight men, including five Americans, of being "terrorists" on a mission to destabilize his government.
Nicolas Maduro will close Venezuela's border with Brazil, as tensions over foreign aid deliveries rise. The embattled President also is considering ...
US national security adviser John Bolton has canceled his trip to South Korea next week, even as preparations ramp up for a second summit between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
Two arrests in Brazil may finally shed light on the killing of popular politician Marielle Franco, whose death sparked national protests one year ago.
New videos obtained by CNN provide chilling insight into a mystery drone attack against Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro last year—the world's first known attempt to kill a head of state with a retail drone, purchased online and armed by hand with military grade explosives.
More than a week after David Ortiz was shot as part of what police have called a murder-for-hire plot, authorities in the Dominican Republic now say the former Red Sox star was not the intended target.
David Ortiz was not the intended target of the murder-for-hire plot that ended with the former Red Sox star being shot, authorities in the Dominican ...
Jerry Hollendorfer was asked to leave after a fourth horse from his stable died
Mexico is overturning rules that forced workers into government-allied unions, but enforcement will be tough as those unions and employers push back.
Immigration facilities overwhelmed with too many migrant children and nowhere to put them