Blackberry down again as service outages spread to Brazil, Argentina and Chile
Blackberry users in Africa, Europe, India and the Middle East face second day of service outages, while Research in Motion (RIM), the smartphone's manufacturer, says Latin America also affected.
You bugger: world’s biggest virus found in the ocean
No need for an electron microscope to see this hairy fellow.
Chilean city demolishes historic cable car
The cable cars are the trademark of a city whose residents are fiercely proud of its bay vistas and faded grandeur.
The road to the World Cup
South American teams hit the field today to compete for a spot at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
Latin America puts forward its films for the Oscars
Check out Latin America's submissions for Best Foreign Language Film at the upcoming Academy Awards.
First space photos by new ALMA telescopes
New tool lets scientists explore some of the darkest, coldest and farthest parts of space.
Photos: Solar cars race across desert
A Chilean car won Latin America's first solar car race.
Telescopes offer glimpse into beginnings of universe
High up in the Chilean Andes, the world's most sophisticated observatory opened today.
Drought threatens Chile
It hasn't been a good year for Chile's avocado crop.
Blackouts hit Chile
Underinvestment has made the Chilean energy grid susceptible to frequent glitches.
Chile hosts first solar car race
30 teams from 7 countries will go head to head in a race across Chile's Atacama Desert.
Introducing South American truffles
Chile wants to get in on the world market for truffles.
The social network craze in Latin America
Take a guess at Latin America's most popular social networks.
Clear skies over Bariloche
Flights to the Argentine tourist destination were halted for weeks after a volcano erupted in Chile.
Chilean plane crashes with 21 aboard
A Chilean airforce plane with 21 people aboard has crashed into the ocean about 420 miles off the country's Pacific coast.
Holloway suspect charged in Peru
Joran van der Sloot accused of killing Peruvian woman.
Chilean miners get payout
The famous miners have fallen on hard times.
Teen dies in Chile protests
Reports that he was shot by police could fuel more unrest.
Protesters challenge Pinera
Chile's president is becoming less popular as protests drag on.
Chile confronts Pinochet legacy
Report finds more victims of the Chilean dictator's regime.
Easing Andean travel
The perilous mountain crossings between Chile and Argentina hamper trade between neighbors.
CERN's antimatter breakthrough, explained
Using "a bottle with no sides" CERN isolated antimatter for about 1,000 seconds. Here's why that, um, matters.
Debts balloon as Chileans continue on unchecked spending sprees
In a country of 17 million there are more credit cards than citizens.
Chile's President Allende "killed himself"
Experts exhumed the body of Chile’s former President Salvador Allende in a bid to prove he committed suicide.
Chile's not-so-clean air
There's actually more air pollution in other Chilean cities than in Santiago, which often sits beneath a layer of smog.
New on Chilean TV: torture and murder
The first fictional show on public TV to deal with human rights abuses under Pinochet debuted to high ratings.
Photos: Wacky weather hits South America
Orangutans are wearing blankets and it snowed in the driest place on earth.
Chile moves toward legalizing same-sex civil unions
It seems Chilean President Sebastian Pinera is finally about to make good on his promise to legalize civil unions for gay partners.
Smoking rates: Lighting up in Latin America
Nearly 3.8 billion people worldwide live in countries with some kind of anti-smoking measure.
Photos: Chilean students stage kissing protest
2,000 students filled the streets of Santaigo to offer a simple gesture — a kiss.
Latin America's happiest nations
Which are the happiest Latin American countries? The happiest BRICS? And why?