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.
Chile quake: Locals with guns stand guard in Concepcion
Locals in Concepcion hunker down with guns and hand-held radios, while mobs run free and the military tries to gain traction.
Opinion: Repairing Chile is a matter for the state
It has been comforting to see the government take charge in the earthquake's aftermath, but there is still room for improvement.
Day three of the Chile quake
Getting used to chaos in Chile's seismic center
Earthquakes are relatively common in Chile, yet locals say it's impossible to grow accustomed to them.
Chile quake: Uncertainty reigns in southern Chile
The known damage, like the death toll, continues to be much worse than initial reports.
Chile quake: Looting and hoarding on the streets
Near Concepcion, many continue living outside as soldiers try to keep order amid food and gas shortages.
Chile: Scenes of destruction
Chile earthquake: a GlobalPost roundup
The latest news and video from the Chile earthquake.
Chile quake: "It was terrifying."
Video: GlobalPost's Pascale Bonnefoy describes her ordeal to CBS program "Face the Nation."
Chile quake: The view from Valdivia
Assessing the damage from a city that has already faced "the big one."
Chile quake: Fear and shaking in Santiago
Near Concepcion: "I think everybody thought the same thing, that our time had come.”
Pacific braces for tsunami after Chile quake
Governments worldwide scramble to prepare for a looming threat.
Massive earthquake strikes Chile
8.8-magnitude quake kills at least 122, triggers tsunami warnings across Pacific.
Saving South America's emblematic condor
Revered as a sacred go-between with the gods, the carnivorous scavengers are making a comeback.
Chile's museum of terror and survival
A new museum preserves Chile's painful past so future generations can learn about the years of military rule.
Hot water for Chile's slums, courtesy of the sun
A public housing project aims to improve the quality of life of Chile's poor, while also lowering emissions.
Chile safeguards its food export success
Traveling to Chile? Don't even think about sneaking in an apple and cheese.
Pinera struggles to balance business interests and public duties
Is a rough first week a sign of troubles to come for Chile's right-wing president-elect?
Touring Santiago on two wheels
In Chile, biking is beginning to take root — as both tourist fun and a choice for commuters.
Chile's teenage moms bring their children to school
Chile is trying to combat dropout rates by opening day care centers at high schools.
Culture shock: living with the Mapuche
An exchange program gives middle school students from Santiago their first contact with indigenous Mapuche.
Chile's elections: a guide
Will Chile vote the right into office for the first time since the 1950s?
Chile's elections: “Who gets the gay vote?”
Gay men are holding hands and lesbians are kissing on prime-time TV, as candidates try to win over the gay vote.