Reporters who dare speak out against corruption in their communities are being targeted in deadly attacks.
US restrictions meant to protect dwindling fish stocks imperil New England coast's centuries-long tradition.
Many Americans fear an infringement of their privacy rights due to the rapid increase of drones.
Even as Venezuela's president recovers from cancer surgery, the possibility of new elections loom
It's too early to tell whether Venezuela's ailing president returned to take power, or to announce his resignation.
Venezuela's president knows domestic pressure is mounting, and the political cost of his absence is becoming too high.
Nearly 120 million Brazilians identify themselves as Catholic, but interest in the church is in sharp decline.
Healthy food is expensive and unhealthy food cheap, partly due to US government policy and deep-pocketed lobbyists.
Obama's push to fix the US immigration system is receiving a little help from his usual political enemies.
US Secretary of State John Kerry has completed the first week in his new job.
The United States pushes for greater access to distribute humanitarian aid to Syrians displaced by the fighting.