Expect a raucous welcome, but knowledgeable Puerto Rican voters in the U.S. know the island's Republican governor has their economy recovering via his austerity measures.
That quote from Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos refers to the death in battle of Mono Jojoy, the terrorist rebel group FARC's most senior military commander.
Congress quietly passed HR 2499, the Puerto Rico Democracy Act. But why? And does anyone understand what's in it?
The White House poured resources and personnel into the state only to see the GOP challenger walk away with the victory.
Governor Corzine has caught up in the polls as a third-party candidate acts the part of spoiler for GOP challenger Chris Christie.
The results of Sunday's vote on eliminating term limits will have ramifications for Venezuelans — and the entire world.
The Venezuelan president tightens his control on business and society.
Former presidential candidate Ingrid Betancourt was freed during a military operation on Wednesday. More proof that Colombia is winning its war against terrorism.
Hugo Chavez may have lost the referendum that would have granted him absolute power in Venezuela. But that hasn't stopped him from nationalizing much of the country's economy.
By eliminating the deadline for ratification, Nancy Pelosi proves she is willing to endanger the security of the continent just to show that Democrats are the ones in charge.
PJM Princeton, NJ: Is it something in the water cooler at City Hall? Five of the last seven mayors of Atlantic City have pleaded guilty or have been convicted of some crime -- and now Robert W. Levy has resigned under a cloud of deceit, depression, and substance abuse. Fausta Wertz reports that none of his replacements look very promising, either.
For a guy who's supposedly dying, Fidel Castro is awfully prolific. PJM's Fausta Wertz looks at the ailing dictator's latest article analyzing U.S. presidential politics.
A few reasons why many Hispanics didn't want the immigration bill. by Fausta Wertz
How the Man Who Would Be Castro marked a new milestone on the path towards totalitarianism by shutting down the nation's most popular television station. He will keep at it until there is no free press left and no one to report the fact that it disappeared. By Fausta Wertz