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Venezuela’s slide into chaos is splintering the Chávez movement

Supporters of the late president are turning against his successor, Nicolás Maduro.

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Manuel Noriega, Panamanian strongman toppled in U.S. invasion, dies at 83

He spent more than 22 years imprisoned on drug-dealing and conspiracy convictions.

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Allies of Brazil’s Temer prepare for ‘the day after’

Michel Temer’s agenda for economic survival is more important than his presidency.

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Trump wants to deport MS-13 gang members. El Salvador is dreading their return.

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

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Remains of kidnapped Mexican journalist found

Human remains found in the western Mexican state of Michoacán have been identified as those of journalist Salvador Adame, who was missing for more ...

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Raul Castro Fast Facts

Read CNN's Fast Facts about Raul Castro, the President of Cuba and the brother of former President Fidel Castro.

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Clippers Reportedly Trade Chris Paul in Blockbuster Deal

The Clippers reportedly traded Chris Paul to the Rockets in a blockbuster trade.

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FBI Interviews Employees of Russia-Linked Cyber Security Firm Kasperky Lab

There is no indication at this time that the inquiry is part of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian election meddling.

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FBI Interviews Employees of Russia-Linked Cyber Security Firm Kaspersky Lab

There is no indication at this time that the inquiry is part of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian election meddling.

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Ex-Cop Charged With Manslaughter in U.K. Soccer Disaster

Prosecutors announced criminal charges against six officials over the 1989 Hillsborough soccer stadium crush in which 96 mostly Liverpool FC fans ...

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Are These Drones the Fix for Our Depleted Forests?

A system of drones has been developed to help quell the loss of Earth's trees. The system can help plant almost 100,000 trees per day.

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Two Workers Killed by Amtrak Train Near Washington, D.C.

Amtrak service between Washington, D.C. and Philadelphia was suspended Wednesday morning because of the incident.

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Venezuela's Maduro Denounces Helicopter Attack as Coup Attempt

The mysterious helicopter attack in Venezuela follows months of deadly anti-government protests, a failing economy and shortages of food and medicine.

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Strange Gelatinous Sea Creatures Invade Calif. Coast

Mysterious-looking pyrosomes have ashed up on northern California shores. They look harmless, but they have caused issues within fishing communities.

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Rogue Police Attack Venezuela Supreme Court, Maduro Says

President Nicolas Maduro called the attack on Venezuela's Supreme Court Tuesday a thwarted "terrorist attack" aimed at ousting him from power.

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Helicopter circles Caracas before gunshots and bang

An apparent gun and grenade attack from a helicopter is condemned as a "terrorist" act by President Maduro.

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Police Officers in Helicopter Attack Venezuela’s Supreme Court

The attack, with grenades, was a rare act of disloyalty against a government under pressure from protests and an economic collapse.

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Colombian Anticorruption Official Is Arrested in U.S. Bribery Case

The director of Colombia’s anticorruption unit was arrested in his country’s capital after D.E.A. agents in Miami recorded him at meetings where bribes were discussed.

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Alleged NSA Leaker Reality Winner Appears in Federal Court

Reality Winner, 25, entered court Tuesday shackled at her ankles and wrists wearing an orange jumpsuit as two U.S. Marshals escorted her in.

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A corruption scandal wrecked Brazil’s economy. Now, workers face the consequences.

As firms implode, many of those hit by mass layoffs are having trouble finding new jobs.

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Minister: Canada will build up its military as the U.S. pulls back from world stage

Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland says Canada must chart its own course.

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How a new kind of protest movement has risen in Venezuela

Constant street fights have added new urgency to the political crisis, forcing people to choose sides or get out of the way.

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What happened to Gustavito, the beloved hippo at El Salvador’s National Zoo?

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

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Venezuela’s paradox: People are hungry, but farmers can’t feed them

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

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Brazilian President Temer is hit with new corruption allegations

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

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Mexicans mourn well-known journalist as risks to reporters skyrocket

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

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