Joe Biden's U.S.-Mexico border visit: What to expect
The president has come under fire from Republicans and critics for not visiting the southern border earlier.
Crocodile mauls child to death in front of horrified parents
Julio Otero Fernández was wading through the Matina River in Limón, eastern Costa Rica, in knee-level water when the reptile attacked him.
Hurricane Julia forms in Caribbean Sea, latest landfall projection
Julia comes just 10 days after the deadly Hurricane Ian slammed the Florida coast, taking more than 100 lives.
Russia State TV Calls for Moving 'Powerful' Weapons Closer to U.S.
Pro-Kremlin television host Olga Skabeyeva said "it's time for Russia to roll out something," appearing to float the idea of missiles.
Russia Boosts Military Ties in Venezuela, Visits to Cuba, Nicaragua Next
Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro said the two sides "endorsed an area for strong military cooperation between Russia and Venezuela to defend peace, sovereignty and territorial integrity,"
Dems Want Protection From Deportation for Migrants From These Four Nations
If the State Department and Homeland Security act on the request, individuals from Nicaragua, Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala could get new protections.
U.S. Announces New Sanctions on Dozens of Nicaraguan Officials
The State Department set visa restrictions on 116 people involved with the Ortega administration, including mayors, prosecutors and law enforcement officials.
China is on the March in Central America
While the United States is understandably uncomfortable with China's deepening influence in its own backyard, perhaps the greatest risk in Beijing's expanding reach is that it will spark a conflagration in Asia that could draw Washington and Beijing into direct confrontation.
Honduras Likely to Follow Nicaragua in Cutting Taiwan Ties
Honduras is now one of 14 countries to recognize Taiwan's sovereignty after Nicaragua moved to cut ties with Taipei.
As Taiwan Joins U.S. Democracy Summit, It Loses Another Partner to China
Nicaragua's decision to forge relations with China leaves Taiwan's diplomatic ties down to 13 countries and the Holy See.
50 More Nicaraguans Added to U.S. Visa Restriction List Amid Repressions
"Ortega and Murillo once again demonstrated that they are afraid of running against anyone who they feel might win the support of the Nicaraguan people," a statement from the U.S. State Department said.
U.S. Border Patrol Has Stopped Over 19K Nicaraguans at the Border
Since October 1, the U.S. has stopped Nicaraguan migrants at the southern border more than 19,300 times, far surpassing the record 13,000 stops in 2019.
Sixth Potential Nicaraguan Presidential Candidate Arrested in Crackdown
Half a dozen more Nicaraguan political opposition figures were arrested on Monday, including the sixth potential presidential candidate since a crackdown last month.
Nicaraguans Have 'No Chance' to Vote, Run Against Ruling Party: Report
"There is virtually no chance Nicaraguans can exercise their fundamental rights to freedom of expression, assembly, and association, nor to vote and run for public office, if they are seen as opposing the ruling party," said the Americas director at Human Rights Watch.
Nicaraguan Dissenter Declares Govt a 'Dictatorship' Shortly Before Arrest
The Nicaraguan police have arrested dissenters and opposing politicians in an attempt by the president to jail those who may oppose his rule.
Hurricanes Will Drive More Migrants to Border, Climate Change Experts Say
The U.S. has refused to sign onto a United Nations agreement asking member nations to accept refugees from regions devastated by climate change.
Iota Weakens to Tropical Depression as Storm Moves Across El Salvador
The storm hit Nicaragua as a category 4 hurricane on Monday and is expected to dissipate after moving through El Salvador today.
'Catastrophic' Category 4 Hurricane Iota Hits Nicaragua, Moving to Honduras
Life-threatening storm surge, catastrophic winds, flash flooding, and landslides are expected in parts of Central America.
Hurricane Iota Path, 'Life-Threatening' Storm Surge to Hit Central America
Iota is expected to make landfall in nearly the exact same location where Hurricane Eta did about two weeks ago, according to the National Hurricane Center (NHC).
NASA Photo Shows Spectacular, Swirling Storm Genevieve
At one point on Tuesday, Genevieve clocked wind speeds of around 130 miles per hour, making it a powerful Category 4 hurricane. It has now weakened to a tropical storm after lashing Baja California.
Tributes Pour in for Journalist Christopher Dickey Who Died Aged 68
Dickey worked for The Washington Post, Newsweek, and was world editor at The Daily Beast in a career spanning decades.
Researchers Discover 3,400-year-old Ballcourt in Mexican Highlands
Ballgames played an important role in the civilizations of ancient Central America.
New York Student Who Sparked International Manhunt Found Guilty of Murder
Orlando Tercero, a 23-year-old former student of Binghamton University, could face up to 30 years in prison for the murder of Haley Anderson.
Trump Bible Teacher Spoke at Nicaragua Marxist Celebration: Report
Drollinger also said Nicaragua's strongman president Daniel Ortega could be similar to Trump, "who runs his mouth."
Nicaragua Opposition Leader Claims Country's Government Is Killing Citizens
"There have been farmers' bodies who have been cut piece by piece until only a little bit of meat is left in a bag. It's hard what, us, Nicaraguans are experiencing," Mairena said.
Mike Pence Threatens 'Strong Action' Against Cuba
The vice president said that President Donald Trump is considering "a broad range of options."
White House Defends Plan to Shutter Border, Cut Aid
"We were not lying to people when we said that this was an emergency," said Mick Mulvaney.
Sanders Explains Castro's Success in Resurfaced Remarks
"They forgot that he educated their kids, gave their kids health care, totally transformed the society," Bernie Sanders said in the 1985 interview.
Trump Official Clashes With Ilhan Omar Over Venezuela
"I don't understand why members of this committee or the American people should find any testimony that you give today to be truthful," Congresswoman Ilhan Omar told U.S. special envoy to Venezuela Elliott Abrams.
'Three Stooges': Bolton Slams Latin American Leaders
"These tyrants fancy themselves strongmen and revolutionaries, icon and luminaries," Bolton said in his speech.