The death of longtime Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, cracks open a window of opportunity for the oil-rich South American nation to shift global alliances—something [...]
Hugo Chavez near death: Cancer-stricken Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez is “fighting a great battle” and is near death, Vice President Nicolas Maduro said.
Diagnosed with cancer in 2011, Chavez has been in and out of hospitals in Caracas and in Havana, Cuba, over the past year.
The Chilean capital of Santiago was most likely founded on an important Incan urban center, not built from the ground up by Spanish colonizers, according to new archaeological [...]
The startling images of an uncontacted Brazilian tribe taken from a plane a few years ago had many people captivated.
As Rio de Janeiro prepares to host the 2016 Olympics, the city has launched an innovated approach to help tourists get the most out of their visit: QR code mosaics.
Adventure traveling and ecotourism are becoming more popular in Brazil.
A new Chilean fisheries law gives 92 percent of resources to four large fisheries. Small-scale fishermen say the move will decimate their livelihood and way of life.
A program in Brazil’s Amazonas helps farmers generate income while preserving the rainforest.
Brazilian couple promotes surfing boards made out of plastic bottles to make surfing accessible for all children and reuse waste at the same time.