Decades after his death, the legacy of Colombia's notorious drug lord still looms large.
Hugo Chavez proved that Venezuela and the rest of Latin America could chart an independent path in the world.
As Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez fights for his life, an honest assessment of his 14 years in office must take into account his significant achievements.
Washington is more isolated than ever before. Obama has done little to change this, while Romney’s proposals would actually make things worse, recasting U.S. foreign policy in the mold of the Cold War.
President Obama left the summit in Latin America with Washington more isolated than ever before.
The inauguration of Brazil’s first female president is a stark reminder that the United States lags far behind its Latin American neighbors in electing women to power.
The renewed strength of Republicans in Congress is bad news for human rights in Colombia — and for jobs and safety here at home.
Approval of the statewide ballot initiative on Nov. 2 would allow local governments to tax and regulate the limited possession and cultivation of marijuana for adults age 21 and over.
It’s shameful that the smallest, poorest and least powerful of the world are the ones leading the fight for a sustainable global future.