Chilean volcano ash cloud continues to billow (PHOTOS)
As the Chile volcano ash cloud circles the world, it continues to grow.
Hacker group "Anonymous" announces cyberattacks
Message from a man in a Guy Fawkes mask: Watch out Chile and Peru. You're next.
Chile plays Big Brother
The Chilean government will monitor Twitter and Facebook to "know that people are saying."
Australia flights again disrupted by Chile volcano ash cloud
Up to two days of air traffic disruptions are expected as the ash cloud from Chile's Puyehue-Cordon Caulle volcano drifts again over Australia, shutting airports in Sydney and Melbourne.
Argentina's tourism and livestock face hardship in wake of Chile volcano eruption
Much of the Patagonia region is without electricity and water and fearing for sheep left without grazing pasture and covered in ash
Chile volcano ash disrupts Australia, New Zealand flights (VIDEO)
Strong winds have carried ash clouds from Chile's Puyehue volcano across the Pacific Ocean to New Zealand and Australia, where it has disrupted air travel — and also caused beautiful sunsets.
Ash from Chile volcano blows across Argentina, disrupting air travel in the region (VIDEO)
Airports begin to open, but concerns about ash cloud persist
Volcano in Chile erupts for first time in 50 years (VIDEO)
Evacuation orders were issued for 3,500 people as the explosion, in the Puyehue-Cordon Caulle volcanic complex, spewed smoke and ash more than six miles into the sky
Digging into murder investigations in Chile
Chile is now questioning whether a former president and a famous poet were murdered almost 40 years ago.
World peace, mapped
Want to know the world's most peaceful countries?
Former President Salvador Allende to be exhumed in Chile
The remains of former President Allende will be exhumed this May.
Chile: A city of fabled hills battles to save its cable cars
Of Valparaiso’s 30 original cable stations, just 5 are currently functioning — meaning no public transportation services the city's steep hills.
Obama in Chile: no apologies
Libya still overshadows second stop of Latin American tour.
Obama's 21 hours in Chile
Another country, another day, another speech
Chopstick diplomacy in Chile
Chinese restaurants are popping up in Santiago as China quietly wields its soft power by promoting Chinese food.
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.