Chile moves toward nuclear power
But is nuclear power a good idea in one of the world's most earthquake-prone countries?
Chile's changing demographics
A flood of impoverished migrants from border countries is changing the face of Chile.
Temuco Chile hit by strong earthquake
A strong earthquake shook coastal Chile on Sunday, striking 45 miles from Temuco.
Latin American countries recognize Palestinian state
Chile — with big Palestinian population — debates whether to recognize Palestine.
Top 10 stories of 2010
From WikiLeaks and the Afghanistan War to volcanos and earthquakes, 2010 had them all.
The story behind Chile's prison fire
Inmates in Chile's prisons are crammed together and potable water is scarce.
Chile: wine for the environmentally conscious
Vineyards are beginning to figure out how much fine wines contribute to climate change.
HIV-positive women in Chile face forced sterilization
Report says women in Chile with HIV face abuse and sterilization without consent.
Alternative medicine: Chile's holistic approach to health care
Medicine men with drums are practicing alongside physicians in lab coats.
All Chile miners freed: Rescue succeeds
All Chile miners are freed, will their rescue benefit President Pinera?
Chile: fighting fires for free
How adrenaline junkies ended up staffing Chile's firehouses — for no pay.
Chile: It's a waiting game at makeshift camps
Dozens of tents line the road that leads to the mine as families prepare for a long wait.
Camping out near a Chilean mine
Workers to break ground on Chile mine escape route
After 17 days of searching and a week of relishing good news, rescue efforts set to begin in earnest.
Poor safety standards led to Chilean mine disaster
As drama surrounding 33 trapped miners in Chile unfolds, the lawsuits begin.
Chile: Voices from the underground
When you're trapped a half mile beneath the Earth's surface, what is it you want most?
Video: Chilean ecologist looks at a cactus patch and sees bio-energy's future.
Mexico celebrates ruling on Arizona law
Federal blocks on "racist" state hailed by Mexicans of all stations.
Chile earthquake recovery
Latin America focuses on early learning
Chile is setting the standard for early childhood development programs.
The Energy Entrepreneurs: Green power meets the bottom line
A GlobalPost video series on renewable energy news and ideas that might just save the world.
World Cup 2010: soccer stars and stories
As the soccer tournament begins, follow the stars, the teams, the stories that make World Cup 2010 compelling.
Combating Chile's exploding obesity rates
Should a tax on junk food help pay for the damage from Chile's earthquake?
Chile earthquake kicks homeless off the street
Chile's most marginal set up shelters at Camp the Forgotten Ones, in the hills above Talcahuano.
Chile's wired classrooms
Nearly every classroom in Chile has a computer. But is anyone using them?
Hairdressers respond to "fashion emergency"
Stylists stride into quake-flattened Chilean town, hair dryers in their hip holsters.
Who is profiting from rebuilding Chile?
Hint: Big businesses.
Sweden to host first Think Global School trimester
Technology will power a new traveling high school.
Saying "I do" to Chile
English-speaking foreign wives try to get a handle on their new home.
Why were Chile's newest buildings prone to destruction?
Apartment owners are turning to legal action after their brand-new homes collapsed.
Chilean coastal town Dichato deals with double whammy
Residents worry about how to move on in a town that was once a favorite spot for sunbathing and water sports.