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Brazil’s Inflation Rate Among Highest in World

Venezuela Altering Its Current Gun Policy to Limit Ownership

Honduras a ‘Narco-Storehouse’ Says Defense Minister

Costa Rica Ranking Slips in the Global Competitiveness Report

Economist:  Chile Richest Country in South America, Poorest in Energy

LISTEN to Enrique Iglesias and Jennifer López Singing Mouth2 Mouth (AUDIO)

LISTEN to Enrique Iglesias and Jennifer López Singing Mouth2 Mouth (AUDIO)

Listen to Jlo collaborate in Enrique Iglesias' “Mouth2Mouth,” which will be featured in the repackaged edition of Iglesias’ album Euphoria, out in November. continue reading »

Eva Longoria, Highest Paid Actress on Television, Second Only to Tina Fey

Eva Longoria, Highest Paid Actress on Television, Second Only to Tina Fey

According to Forbes Magazine Highest Paid TV Actresses list, Eva Longoria is the best paid actress in TV, second only to Tina Fey. continue reading »

Director MIke Medavoy Visits Chile, Proposes Tax Breaks for Film Industry

13 Cities in Chile Have Reached Dangerous Levels of Pollution

Brazilian Cattle Ranchers Blamed for Another Amazon Indian Killing

Brazilian Cattle Ranchers Blamed for Another Amazon Indian Killing

A Guarani man in his 20s has died of his wounds following a violent attack, allegedly by gunmen employed by Brazilian cattle ranchers. continue reading »

Governors from U.S. and Mexico Skip Out on Border Conference

Governors from U.S. and Mexico Skip Out on Border Conference

For the second year in a row, three of the four U.S. governors whose states adjoin Mexico are skipping an annual conference with their counterparts continue reading »

Mexico Peso’s Volatility Blamed on Global Markets

Panama Asks UN to List Certain Woods As Endangered

Panama Asks UN to List Certain Woods As Endangered

The Governments of Madagascar and Panama have requested the Secretariat of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) to list 91 hardwood species in an effort to curb the increase in illegal timber trade by enabling verification of legal origin under CITES standards. continue reading »

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to Visit Dominican Republic

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to Visit Dominican Republic

Clinton will travel to the Dominican Republic October 5 for the fourth Pathways to Prosperity in the Americas ministerial. The government of the Dominican Republic will host the event, involving high-level government officials, continue reading »

AZ Sheriff Arpaio Creates Politcal Action Committee in Order to Donate to GOP Presidential Campaign

AZ Sheriff Arpaio Creates Politcal Action Committee in Order to Donate to GOP Presidential Campaign

Arizona’s attention-hungry Sheriff Joe Arpaio is at it again. This time, he has created a political action committee in hopes of raising money to support the GOP presidential candidate whose beliefs best reflect his own. continue reading »