In a shocking turn, an accord that would have ended the 52-year war between the Colombian government and FARC rebels was narrowly rejected during a referendum.
Parents of the students see the resignation of Tomás Zerón as an empty gesture since he's being rewarded with another high-level government job.
Clara Elena Laborín Archuleta, the wife of imprisoned drug lord Hector Beltrán Leyva, was reportedly planning to retake turf in Acapulco that was once held by her husband's cartel.
Finance minister Luis Videgaray's resignation comes amid multiple reports that he convinced President Peña Nieto to invite Trump to the Mexican capital last week.
In a dialog with young Mexicans, the president answered questions about Donald Trump, gay marriage, and revelations that he copied large chunks of his undergraduate thesis.
Trump’s comments about Mexico and Mexicans have generated near universal distaste for the Republican Party candidate south of the border, as well as fear of what could happen if he is elected in November.
Brazil’s suspended president mounted a defiant and emotional defense of her presidency on Monday during the senate impeachment trial that is due to decide whether to oust her for good.
Miners used to be allied with president Evo Morales, but now they're protesting violently — so violently that they killed an envoy sent to negotiate.
President Enrique Peña Nieto filled about 30 percent of his undergraduate law thesis with paragraphs lifted from books, according to a new report. A presidential spokesman dismisses them as "errors of style" from a long time ago.
Fox also said Trump is reminiscent of charismatic left-wing Latin American leaders he has clashed with in the past, like Hugo Chávez and Fidel Castro.
The national human rights commissions says the abuses took place during a May 2015 raid on a ranch occupied by cartel members that killed a total of 43 people, only one of whom was a police officer.
Ryan Lochte's account of being robbed at gunpoint with three teammates embarrassed the Brazilian authorities. Now investigators are due to question all the swimmers involved, except for Lochte, who has already left the country.
The tiny Central American nation's supreme court ruled that the part of the criminal code that outlaws gay sex is unconstitutional.
The ruling comes amid high political tension in Brazil as the effort to permanently remove suspended president Dilma Rousseff from power approaches its culmination.
The legendary Mexican drug lord denied killing DEA agent "Kiki" Camarena, repeatedly apologized to the US government, and refuted reports that he is currently heading an assault on territory controlled by the Sinaloa cartel.
Enrique Peña Nieto said he was asking for forgiveness with “complete humility” for the “damage I caused” through a property deal in which a government contractor built a mansion for the presidential family.
According to one of Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán’s lawyers, the drug lord has the right to block both the unauthorized commercial exploitation of his image, and the airing of content that could prejudice his defence against multiple criminal charges.
The national human rights commission says it has a credible witness who saw and heard federal police agents okay the abduction of between 15 and 20 of the students.
Pope Francis has had some harsh words for Mexico's political and church establishment in the first two days of his six-day visit to the world's second most populous country that is beset by social and security woes.
The video reveals some previously unseen footage but leaves several questions unanswered about the operation, and contains an embarrassing mistake.