The clock may show the World Cup kickoff is still days away, but as far as I'm concerned the big game has already begun.
In a close race, it remains unclear how recent scandals and legacies of violence affects voters ahead of Sunday’s poll.
The complex is open to anyone wishing to pay their respects at the scene of America's biggest tragedy.
Storage of unidentified remains and entry fees are some of the controversies when New York museum opens to the public.
South America’s largest city is in the middle of a historic crisis, but politicians seem unwilling to deal with it.
Brazil has an uncanny way of making big events work... in the end, but the tough moment will come after the World Cup.
Nicholas Maduro marks one year in office amid frustration over Venezuela's declining economy.
As the world mourns the death of Gabriel Garcia Marquez, the people in his hometown feel especially close to him.
Americans who are originally from Mexico have been deported several times despite evidence that they are US citizens.
Shells of houses still stand in what was once the town of Picher which tonnes of toxic waste made unlivable.
What would things look like if voters could decide how Washington spent its budget?