Hopkins to X-ray body of 500-year-old sacrifice Young girl was found on mountain in Peru sacred to Incas
Political crisis in Colombia is unsettling the economy Business leaders lack confidence in government
Hacker in Argentina allegedly snooped on U.S. military secrets His arrest is unlikely; unusual case involved first wiretap of computer
Discovering Bolivia Elevating experience: An American traveler is pleased to learn that the South American country offers much more than he expected.
Anti-drug efforts of Mexico endorsed in Clinton decision Colombia decertified for feeble cooperation
Colombia forces hard choices on Clinton President must respond to drug trafficking
Ukraine is selling drug planes to Colombia cartels 'Ultimate smugglers' plane,' U.S. anti-drug officials say
Clinton urged to move against Mexico as drug source But drastic measure unlikely to end U.S. aid
Dozens die as heavy rain leaves Rio in shambles Toll rises as mudslides topple shacks from hills; officials' inaction cursed
Peru's leader won't intervene in treason case of U.S. woman
Destination RIO Brazil city has risks but also rewards; Sinister side: Rio has its share of crime, but with the proper amount of caution and common sense, your visit will be trouble-free.
Beefed-up security to protect Madonna being soft-pedaled
Tourists find West Africa in Brazilian city Kinship: Travelers interested in the black diaspora enjoy Salvador in Bahia state, where about 80 percent of the citizens claim some African ancestry.
Justice in Peru? American defendant: Killing Peruvians is wrong, no matter who helps to do it.
Treason sentence in Peru draws little sympathy American got life term for terrorist activities
Venezuelans in search of a hero 'Our Wonder Woman': Some think it's time Mayor Irene Saez, a former Miss Universe, be given a chance to lead the country out of its economic turmoil.
Argentine company is focus of probe Bunge & Born suspected of insider trading in Procter & Gamble deal
Doctor of Humanities His brilliant career: Dr. George Udvarhelyi's long journey from resisting the Nazis in Hungary to practicing neurosurgery at Hopkins has given him a vast store of anecdotes -- and an abiding concern for the arts.
1st Thanksgiving for the new Americans Sworn-in Monday: The 3,201 people sworn in as citizens Monday in Landover are celebrating their first Thanksgiving
Trees to profits responsibly Odd bedfellows: Some environmentalists and a U.S. corporation operating in Chile have entered into an unusual relationship that both sides hope will bear fruit.
WILD KINGDOM Galapagos offer protection for the flora and fauna, sensational sights for the nature-loving visitor
Suriname steps to an African beat in an exquisite Western setting Remembering yesterday while guarding tomorrow
Close to Nowhere
In Brazil's co-ops, race bias rides in the back elevators
Colombia is rocked by drug money disclosures president may be forced out
Death Rattle of a Drug Cartel
Soccer fans' epithets symbolic of Latin America's ethnic tensions
Terrorist activities have declined in Peru
BGE subsidiary, partners buy interest in Bolivian power firm
CIA boosts anti-drug efforts, aids in capture of Cali cartel kingpin, officials say
FAA, passengers association survey foreign airline safety
Argentine pact goes to Lockheed
Turncoats in the war on drugs
Cardinal Agnelo Rossi, 82, the former archbishop...
Argentina: Menem Again
Latin American language schools offer Spanish training and cultural immersion
Hispanic population grows at fast pace
Argentine president heads for re-election despite nation's economic woes
Giant raises stock dividendHHTCGiant Food Inc., the...
Search for sea cucumbers threatens fragile Galapagos Islands ecosystem
Applause for 'El Chino'
Peruvian leader likely to win re-election amid fraud charges
Between the Andean Landslides
Hopes grow dimmer by the day that BOC's Mitchell will be found
75 tons of arms illegally sold to Ecuador
Colombia's emerald-street traders work a $1 million-a-day gold mine
SEC takes steps to protect U.S. investors in foreign markets
Chile weighs where to put convict soldiers