Trump’s idea that the U.S. does not benefit from trade is not based on reality, Mexico's Secretary of Tourism Enrique de la Madrid Cordero told Newsweek.
Mexico tops the list of U.S. tourist deaths caused by homicide in 2016, but Secretary of Tourism Enrique de la Madrid Cordero stresses American travelers are safe.
As California wildfires are rapidly closing in on Los Angeles, volunteers and organizations have mobilized to help one of the most vulnerable populations in the city.
The Colombian government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia ratified a peace agreement on November 24, 2016. Although casualties have considerably dwindled, several challenges remain.
Manafort’s ties with Russia are deeper than previously reported.
Jews living in the U.S. live a “quite convenient life,” claims deputy foreign minister Tzipi Hotovely.
Perhaps you’re wondering what net neutrality means, so we have prepared an explainer to understand how the FCC proposed changes may affect the way you use the interwebs.
The president has been quick to address recent sexual harassment allegations against Al Franken but has remained silent on Alabama Senate GOP hopeful Roy Moore.
One of Central America’s most stable countries and home to breathtaking tourist destinations and the world’s happiest people, Costa Rica is now having an increasing role in the global drug trade.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions directed senior federal prosecutors to evaluate “various matters,” including the sale of Uranium One and possible “unlawful dealings related to the Clinton Foundation.”
Delcy Rodriguez, president of Venezuela's Constituent Assembly, insists there is no humanitarian crisis amid economic woes and international sanctions.
As the Trump administration saddles other Venezuelan officials with more sanctions, Russia is hell-bent on becoming the South American nation’s only savior.
The winner of Brazil’s best butt pageant did not leave her political opinions behind.
WEPA, the bill's acronym, means "cool" or "go for it' in Puerto Rican slang, and it's normally yelled out to express joy.
The investigation’s overall goal was to avoid the publication of alleged sexual misconduct committed by Weinstein, which were eventually released by The New Yorker and The New York Times this year.
Ross still retains interest in Navigator Holdings, which has received millions of dollars every year in earnings due to coastal shipping services provided to Venezuela's state-oil giant.
Speaking at the London-based think tank Chatham House on Friday, Netanyahu stressed Iran’s objective to “dominate the world.”
The Department of Homeland Security is expected to make an announcement next Monday to decide the fate of Hondurans, Salvadorans, Nicaraguans and Haitians whose TPS status is set to expire in early January.
Luislinda Valois is facing backlash after making comments that she’s feeling like a “slave” for earning only $10,000 a month— in a country whose average salary hovers around $635.
The bill would roll back the Johnson Amendment, a 1950s-era law that prohibits houses of worship from engaging in political campaigns on behalf of, or in opposition to, any candidate.