The U.S. has pressured Mexico to block more migrants from reaching the border. But Mexico may be poised to crack down anyway.
The Red Cross, which visit inmates worldwide to monitor conditions, has been blocked from entering Venezuela since at least 2012. Some say the move by President Maduro is an attempt to counter growing criticism against his government.
When abuses happen at Canadian mining corporations' sites around the world, where and how can victims seek justice?
Canada kind: Anti-globalist populism plagues the West, but Canada is insulated by geography, history, and centuries-old politics.
Tiger Woods reacts as he wins the Masters golf tournament April 14, 2019, in Augusta, Ga.
President Donald Trump has announced cuts to $450 million in aid to Central America. But will that help or hurt his goal of stemming migration?
In response to a surge of Central Americans fleeing north to the U.S. southern border, President Donald Trump vowed Saturday to cut direct aid to El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras. He also threatened to close the border and halt all trade with Mexico.
In the U.S. the plant-based food industry saw dollar sales growth of 20 percent in 2018 from the year before, worth more than $3.3 billion.
Nations across the globe are backing Juan Guaidó's bid for the Venezuelan presidency. His wife, Fabiana Rosales, has been crucial in stoking that international appeal, traveling extensively to lobby for her husband and garner more support for Venezuela's opposition.
Mayan weavers say their designs are often used without fair compensation. Can a proposal to change intellectual property law change that?
White supremacist terrorism is on the rise around the world. The attack in Christchurch, New Zealand, has brought new awareness of the long-underestimated threat.
The Christchurch attack has shaken Muslims around the world. It was preceded by increasingly Islamophobic rhetoric and hate crimes.
Many Venezuelans – those who stay, and those who have left – have new hope that change is ahead. But a political transition is just the first step.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro visits the White House this week to strengthen relations between the Western Hemisphere’s largest two economies. Mr. Bolsonaro's political rhetoric is often compared to that of President Donald Trump.
Nearly a week into the power outage, Venezuelans are finding creative ways to overcome it. Some congregate on the side of a Caracas highway for the slightest cellphone signal to connect with loved ones abroad.