After events in Crimea, it seems unfathomable to many in the US that Obama can't simply say something and it comes true.
In Venezuelan politics, competing narratives often prove more compelling than the facts.
Despite risking their lives to make movies possible, stunt actors receive no recognition for their work at ceremony.
Lilian Tintori, wife of jailed opposition politician Leopoldo Lopez, rejects government's claims he incited violence.
For the first time since Mohamed Fahmy, Peter Greste and Baher Mohamed were arrested, Ottawa takes a welcome stand.
Why was Mexican drug lord Joaquín 'El Chapo' Guzman, who had been on the run for 13 years, taken down now?
Countries like Venezuela have a very specific measure by which to judge the performance of their governments.
While wanting better healthcare, education and an end to government corruption, for most the protests are too violent.
Four years since the devastating earthquake, emotional and psychological damage inflicted on Haitians goes ignored.
Governor of tiny US state says it's time to see addiction as health problem, rather than criminal, as use soars.
Canadian journalists join international campaign to free Al Jazeera's staff detained without charge in Egypt.