As recreational pot sales begin in California, are we any closer to legal marijuana in the Philadelphia area?
President Mauricio Macri's economic reform and adjustment policies will be tested in 2018 as Argentina tries to deal with inflation.'
After more than a century, tortoises are once again being born on the Galapagos Islands after local rats were exterminated with poison, a process that required the temporary removal of local birds to prevent them from also being poisoned.
The skilled way Ngabe Bugle men and women handle coffee beans is the secret behind Panama's Geisha coffee, which has been sold for the highest international prices.
Specialized shops in California, the most populous state in the United States, on Jan. 1 started selling recreational marijuana, with projections pointing to a turnover of at least $7 billion a year.
Raúl Berríos is a Puerto Rican musician and cultural promoter. He and his son Asaf were among the first to arrive in Philadelphia after Hurricane Maria passed through the island on September 20. Today, they’re going door-to-door trying to rebuild their lives in a city that both welcomes and intimidates them.
Carmen Franco Polo, the only daughter of dictator Gen. Francisco Franco who ruled Spain as head of state from 1936-1975 after leading a military uprising that caused a three-year civil war, has died at home in Madrid on Friday, members of her family said.
US President Donald Trump invited service-members of the US Coast Guard to play golf Friday at his private club in Florida, where he practices his favorite sport daily during his Christmas vacation.
US President Donald Trump put Democratic congressional leaders on notice Friday that he would not back relief for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) beneficiaries unless lawmakers appropriated funds to pay for his proposed wall on the Mexican border.
Retailers here in Brazil"s largest city released some 50,000 balloons on Friday to welcome what they hope will be a better 2018.
The Bolivian community of Sullkatiti has recovered what is considered the world's oldest human footprint set in stone - which could be some 15 million years old - after it was apparently stolen to be sold in Peru, an official said Friday.
Uruguayan soccer has been reborn in the last eight years and will be one of the candidates to be amongst the top four squads in Russia 2018
Cuba's infant mortality reaches the lowest in the history of the Caribbean country. Elimination of diseases and the integration of the entire health care system in the nation are the reasons.
Mexico's tourism industry posted a surplus of $8.27 billion in the first nine months of 2017, up 15.4 percent from the same period last year, the Tourism Secretariat said Thursday.
Republican politician Roy Moore refuses to accept his defeat in the Senate race for the state of Alabama on December 12 and has filed an election lawsuit alleging possible fraud.
That so many of her compatriots flee their homeland for the United States is an indictment of Mexico, a Mexican journalist who has spent 13 years reporting on the travails of migrants north of the border says in her new book, "Mexicanos al grito de Trump".
Protests broke out early Thursday in Venezuela when people angry over shortages of gas, water and food for holiday meals took to the streets, media reports said.
The change comes as part of the authority’s fare modernization plan.
Journalist Emilio Gutiérrez Soto, John Aubuchon's Freedom of the Press award, is being held at an ICE center in El Paso, from where he says he will not give up on his struggle to preserve his life.
The Brazilian government on Monday (Dec. 25th) declared persona non grata the charge d'affaires at the Venezuelan Embassy in Brasilia, Gerardo Antonio Delgado Maldonado, as a reprisal for the same decision by Venezuela's National Constituent Assembly with regard to the Brazilian ambassador in Caracas.
Nestor Alonso Vega, chairman of the House of Representatives' Tourism and Social Welfare Committee, said Wednesday that Puerto Rico"s tourism industry would rebound during the first two quarters of 2018, recovering from a devastating hurricane season.
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Venezuelan political prisoners released for Christmas are scheduled to appear in the courts handling their cases, in order to find out under what conditions they will live after being freed, attorneys of some of the over 40 people liberated from prison told EFE.
A total of "498 violations of freedom of expression" occurred in Venezuela between January and December, the National Press Workers Guild (SNTP) said Wednesday.
2017 will be remembered as the year in which the "democratic role model" showed its seams.