Authorities are investigating whether he was killed by intruders — or died of poor care.

Salvadoran officials fear a flood of newly arrived gang members will drive up violence.

Government policies, compounded by extortion, have led to what economists call a man-made disaster.

Apprehensions by the Border Patrol have fallen sharply this year.

Temer insists he’s innocent, but analysts say his government is on ‘life support’

A Brazilian newspaper said Temer was secretly recorded supporting bribery.

Javier Valdez was killed near his office in Sinaloa, the home of ‘El Chapo’ Guzman’s cartel

  • David Agren
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  • May 16
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There is a giant surge in coca production as peasants try to cash in on government benefits.

As the Operation Car Wash probe hobbles the governing elite, fringe figures move to center stage.

  • Marina Lopes
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  • May 2
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They supported Chavez but are losing faith in President Nicolás Maduro.

The ‘Rupert Murdoch of Chile’ collaborated with the CIA in the 1973 coup that brought the strongman to power.

The move comes after OAS voted to convene an emergency meeting to discuss the humanitarian crisis and political violence in Venezuela.

Soldiers have backed Maduro, but protests are surging and the economy is tanking.

As the president’s opponents join the protests, his supporters also are taking to the streets.

Frustration with corruption and authoritarian rule is driving street protests and voter anger. 

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