The right-leaning candidate clinched the presidency with 53.98 percent of the vote, but he will face a host of challenges.
Iván Duque has emerged victorious and will face off against Gustavo Petro in a second round. What is really at stake for the South American country?
GOP Senator Bob Corker of Tennessee visited Nicolás Maduro amid diplomatic tensions between Caracas and Washington.
In an interview with Newsweek, the former president shares his views on Mexico’s presidential elections, the “f****n wall” and Trump.
“Mr. Putin, if love among men is a disease for you, then we are very sick. And you know what? It’s contagious,” the commercial says. However, the ad sparked controversy.
“Every hour in Colombia, two minors are being raped, which is almost 48 children per day,” a politician said.
The president said he's considering a "full pardon" after a conversation he had with actor Sylvester Stallone about the boxing champion.
Authorities prevented demonstrators from entering the Health Ministry facilities in Caracas.
A new company, EarthNow, expects to deliver satellite imagery and real-time video. Could your house be surveilled?
“It will be a responsibility not only to represent people of African descent but to represent all women and men in the country," Campbell Barr said.
The order applies to any American citizen or individuals living in the U.S.
The Justice Department charged CEO Vincent Ramos and his associates of racketeering and conspiracy to facilitate drug distribution.
Maximilien R. Reynolds reportedly possessed an unassembled AR-15-style rifle, combat equipment and 300 rounds of ammunition.
Pompeo's leadership in communicating with Pyongyang also reveals a dwindling role of the State Department.
“The embassy will operate as an unaccompanied post, defined as a post at which no family members are permitted to reside,” the department said in a statement.
During a rally, Maduro pledged to defend Hugo Chávez's legacy as he danced to reggaeton with his wife, Cilia Flores.
The organization approved a resolution that urges Caracas to postpone a presidential poll and allow a democratic process.
Once South America's richest economy, Venezuela is feeling the effects of food shortages.