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Incomes in Latin America are more unequal than in any other region.
Declining sales in Brazil could offer a warning light for the global auto industry.
At least 7 people are dead from a collision between a train and a bus carrying 42 schoolgirls.
All over Latin America, people marked all Saints Day yesterday and All Souls Day today by paying their respects to the dead.
Haiti's coffee production was crippled for years, but it's making a comeback.
The country closed its stores and left Bolivia in 2002. Why couldn't it succeed there?
An estimated 500,000 to 700,000 illegal abortions are performed in Argentina each year.
The price of the dollar on the black market rose as new measures virtually block the sale of foreign currency to the public.
The Brazilian economy will overtake the UK's by the end of the year.
The measures are intended to stem capital flight and limit money laundering.
At 235 meters and 54 floors, a tower in one of Buenos Aires' richest neighbors will be the tallest in the region.
Foreign investment into Latin America grew 54 percent in the first half of the year.
The maqui berry has more anti-oxidants than any other berry. But does that mean it can aid weight loss and help prevent cancer?
Brazil has been sending police into Rio's slums to try to take back the areas from drug traffickers.
Half of drivers tested were under the influence of alcohol.
Top producer says next year's beans will be "great" quality.
The president won an overwhelming percent of the vote, according to exit polls.
Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner won another four years as president of Argentina.
The biggest question is just how much power voters will give to President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner.
More than 28 millions Argentines vote in nationwide elections today.