Two ex-leaders of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints face polygamy charges.
The nation’s crisis deepens ahead of a contentious vote on constitutional changes.
The opposition calls for a 24-hour general strike Thursday over his plans to rewrite the constitution.
Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva was sentenced to nine years in prison but is expected to appeal.
Advocates say U.S. border agents have been emboldened by anti-immigrant rhetoric.
Federal police describe the move as bureaucratic reshuffling, but critics see it as an attempt to undermine the probe.
John F. Kelly defended policies including one targeting people who pay to have their children smuggled into the United States.
As pro-Maduro assailants stormed the building, they apparently faced little or no resistance from security guards.
The shootout in Chihuahua comes amid rising violence nationwide.
Some suspect the brazen swoop over the Supreme Court building was cooked up by the government as a pretext for more crackdowns.
Thousands of protesters have been arrested recently, and many allege mistreatment.
As firms implode, many of those hit by mass layoffs are having trouble finding new jobs.
Supporters of the late president are turning against his successor, Nicolás Maduro.
A retiree in Toronto built a set of stairs near a precarious slope to help his neighbors, but the city wasn't happy about it
Millions of Venezuelans have voted to reject President Nicolas Maduro's controversial plans to rewrite the country's constitution.
Watching planes land and take off at Princess Juliana International Airport is a well-known tourist attraction, as approaching aircraft tend to fly very low above their heads.
The fugitive police pilot who allegedly stole a helicopter and used it to attack Venezuela's Supreme Court has appeared at an opposition rally in the ...
Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, Brazil's former President, was found guilty Wednesday of corruption and money laundering charges, a representative of the ...
El Salvador's ban on abortion is one of the toughest in the world, but for the first time in 20 years, there are signs the law could be weakened.
Oscar Perez, the Venezuelan police helicopter pilot who apparently stole a police chopper and used it to strafe the Supreme Court and Interior Ministry in Caracas last month, has shown up in another video.