The clock is ticking on the U.S.’s last remaining foothold inside the Venezuelan oil industry, with this month’s sanctions waiver deadline for American companies operating in the embattled country looming closer.
Canadian officials on Sunday said Iran has issued additional visas to a team of investigators who will arrive in the country on Monday to assist in the investigation of the deadly plane crash near Tehran.
Two teen snowboarders rescued Monday from the Candian backcountry had burned their homework to stay warm through the night after getting lost in poor weather conditions, officials said.
Authorities in Chile searching for a military transport plane that vanished earlier this week while en route to Antarctica made a grim announcement Thursday, revealing they located the aircraft and human remains.
The numbers of African migrants heading to the U.S. through its border with Mexico have more than doubled in the past year, recent data from the federal government showed.
Four people were shot to death in the Mexican capital Saturday, just steps from an entrance to the official residence of the president, authorities said.
The brutal murder of a former Michigan elementary school teacher discovered bound and strangled in her Dominican Republic home is being investigated as a potential robbery-gone-wrong, officials told Fox News on Thursday, emphasizing police were working diligently to “solve this case as quickly as possible."
A young indigenous forest guard was shot dead and another was wounded Friday during an ambush by illegal loggers in Brazil's Amazon, according to officials.
The remains of an iron scow lodged in the Niagara River since August 1918 have moved for the first time in more than 100 years after strong winds and heavy rain battered the Canadian falls.
Three people were killed after a supermarket in Chile's capital was looted and burned Saturday amid riots that stretched for a second day, triggering the country's president to declare a state of emergency and suspended a planned subway fare hike that prompted the outbreak in violence.
After six weeks, four debates and countless opinion polls, Canada’s election will finally come to a chaotic end on Monday. But what will come next — and who will emerge as Prime Minister — is anyone’s guess.
Subway service in Chile's capital was suspended Friday, trapping hundreds of thousands of commuters on their way home from work, after high school students flooded subway stations, jumping turnstiles, dodging fares and vandalizing stations as part of protests against a fare hike.
A group of armed gunmen believed to be part of a powerful drug cartel in Mexico ambushed a police convoy, killing at least 13 officers and wounding 9.
Ecuador’s military is warning the country’s residents Wednesday to obey the law as its embattled president is trying to negotiate with dozens of indigenous groups that have been protesting recent fuel price hikes.
She went to get a cleaning, and then made a clean break of her own.
A Canadian man who won a life-changing $10.7 million lottery in 2017 has died in his native Ethiopia under mysterious circumstances, his family told a local news outlet Friday.
A Canadian college student is asking other young people to forgo having children in an effort to get their governments to take serious steps to address climate change.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau wore brownface makeup to an “Arabian Nights” party at the private school where he was teaching, according to a Time Magazine report.
Brazil’s leader may be eager to speak about the ongoing Amazon fires that have drawn the world's attention, but he will have to wait, because surgery is forcing him to skip a summit of regional leaders called to discuss the matter.
Hurricane Dorian is grinding down hard and focusing its fury as it continues to maul the Bahamas.