Man burned alive in latest Chile bombing
It was the latest in a series of explosions in the South American country's usually safe capital, which the president is calling 'isolated terrorist acts.'
Bomb blast in Chile injures 8 — government blames 'terrorists'
No group has claimed responsibility yet.
This housewife may be Latin America's first legally prescribed marijuana patient
Chile’s health authorities are giving Cecilia Heyder special permission to use cannabis-derived drug Sativex to treat her cancer and lupus.
Why Latin American diplomats are pulling out of Israel
More and more of the region's governments are yanking their ambassadors out of Israel in protest.
Latin America’s militaries are making a comeback
Bloody coups may now be practically unthinkable, but experts say the risks to democracy are real.
This chart shows which World Cup teams have been given the most red and yellow cards
Uruguay and Greece, what's the deal?
Yes, India. You shall go to the World Cup
That's the Homeless World Cup. Meet the coach, a runaway who slept in a tree trunk before being drafted to play abroad.
Watch how Chilean fans reacted when FIFA cut their national anthem short
This graphic shows which teams have the most fans at the World Cup
Turns out Americans like soccer way more than the world thinks.
Terrifying video shows an out-of-control elevator in Chile rising 31 floors in 15 seconds and crashing through a roof
Not afraid of elevators? You are now.
These ads will terrify you into cheering for Chile at the 2014 World Cup
Team Chile knows how to psych.
This artist claims to have stolen and burned $500 million in student loan documents
Art, stunt, or heroic act, a lot of students are hoping it works.
Chile is pushing ahead with a carbon tax, whether the US likes it or not
Chile has passed South America's first tax on CO2 emissions, but Washington's top diplomat in Santiago says US businesses should have a say.
Thousands of students take to the streets in Chile demanding education reform
They want Chilean President Michelle Bachelet to make good on her promises to provide better and free education.
Curious about the biggest trade deal in history? Sorry, it’s classified
Governments and big corporations can read the Trans-Pacific Partnership, but not you. Here are 6 ways it could change the world.
Here's what the 'worst fire in the history of Valparaiso' in Chile looked like
'We are in what remains an emergency situation,' Defense Minister Jorge Burgos said.
Is Chile about to end Pinochet’s total ban on abortion?
This country is 1 of just 6 that prohibit terminating pregnancy under any circumstance. That may be about to change.
Chile rattled by a powerful 7.6 aftershock
The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center said that while there was no widespread tsunami threat, the latest tremor could generate a local tsunami.
Understanding Chile's quake and why to expect more like it
The Pacific's Ring of Fire means more quakes are inevitable from Alaska to South America and Japan.
Chilean president declares quake-hit areas as disaster zones
The 8.2 earthquake, which struck off the coast of northern Chile on Tuesday, caused six deaths.
8.2-magnitude earthquake off Chile's coast triggers a tsunami
South and Central American Pacific coast villages were evacuating amid a tsunami alert.
Why the world is worrying about this not-so-precious metal
Trading near historic lows, copper augers more trouble for emerging markets.
Bachelet is back as Chile's president and she wants to address social inequality
Returning to Chile's top job after a spell with the United Nations, Bachelet heads a coalition that ranges from moderate leftists to communists.
Latin America has a homophobic killing problem
The gruesome murders of gays in the region are shocking. So is how rarely the violence gets reported.
Michelle Bachelet is Chile's next president, again
Promising a raft of left-wing reforms, Chile's one-time president Michelle Bachelet beat rival Evelyn Matthei by a landslide in Sunday's run-off vote.
Latinas who rule
Land of machismo? Turns out Latin America's women have blazed past their amigas of the rich north to become presidents.
The Hillarys of Latin America
With Chile re-electing President Michelle Bachelet, Latin America, land of ‘machismo,’ has a record four female heads of state.
Chile leans left again
Analysis: Michelle Bachelet is widely expected to return to the presidency, marking an alternate leftward route from the fiery populism of some other South American leaders.
Michelle Bachelet wins first round in Chile's presidential election
The final result will be decided in a run-off on December 15.
Nobel Prize-winning poet Pablo Neruda was not poisoned, forensic experts say
After Pablo Neruda's former chauffeur said the poet complained of a mystery doctor in 1973, Chile's Communist Party pushed for exhumation, tests.
The language of dumplings is universal
Who doesn't like a tiny present wrapped in dough?