Little progress seems to have been made a year after peace talks between the government and FARC rebels began.
Leaders of a Nez Perce take on big business in order to preserve the environment in Idaho's wilderness
American voters elected a divided government, and it’s increasingly clear that is exactly what they got.
In the debate on whether or not Iran has ambitions to build a nuclear weapons, semantics are significant.
Obama administration welcomes President Rouhani's overture but says goodwill gesture needs to be put to the test.
Residents of flood-stricken valleys in western state are left picking up the pieces after a week of heavy rains.
Free trade agreements have been driving farmers out of business for years, and have now forced them to the streets.
War is not a video game, no matter how much the American media sanitises it.
Despite being stated clearly in the country's law, Egypt's military crackdown on protests changes little for US policy.
Verizon wire replacement push hits inhabitants of New York's Fire Island hard.
In the wake of the pope's vist, Al Jazeera's Gabriel Elizondo finds a city still struggling with its divisions