In addition to my work at the PBS NewsHour, I've been the host of a program produced by Hispanic Information and Telecommunications Network, HITN. It's called "Destination Casa Blanca," and bills itself as "the Latino Voice in Politics." Each week,…
With Brazil's global status on the rise, the United States is re-evaluating its approach to Latin American policy. Margaret Warner reports on Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's trip to several South American nations.
Panamanian salsa musician and actor Ruben Blades has been known to blend social issues like poverty and corruption into his music, but he also mixes art and advocacy in his work as a lawyer and public official. Jeffrey Brown reports.
In the next installment of his series on Mexico, Ray Suarez examines how the government is lifting people out of poverty and inspiring nations throughout the world to do the same.
More than three months after a coup removed him from office, Honduran President Manuel Zelaya and his rival, interim President Roberto Micheletti, remain at loggerheads. Ray Suarez speaks with Marcelo Ballve of New America Media about the situation.
With presidential elections just weeks away, diplomats are struggling to resolve the standoff in Honduras between deposed president Manuel Zelaya, and his ouster, Roberto Micheletti.
Amid continuing protests in support of deposed Honduran President Manuel Zelaya, diplomats are attempting to negotiate a peaceful resolution with the country's new leader. A New York Times reporter gives an update on the situation.
By PBS NewsHour
Ousted Honduran President Manuel Zelaya said Tuesday that he would return to the capital of Tegucigalpa Thursday, as the country's interim government continued to battle street protestors supporting Zelaya.
By PBS NewsHour
Honduras' newly appointed leader vowed Monday to resist pressure from world leaders to reinstate ousted President Manuel Zelaya, as protesters burned tires and clashed with police near the presidential palace.
During a visit to Mexico, President Barack Obama pledged renewed U.S. support to help curb the country's drug-related violence. Analysts mull the possible policy changes.
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