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Police find 5 bodies in Mexican resort city of CancunMexican prosecutors say they are investigating the identity of five men whose bodies were stuffed into a car in the resort city of Cancun.
The Associated Press1 hour ago
3rd priest in a week found dead in MexicoA Roman Catholic priest who had been reported kidnapped has been found dead in central Mexico
The Associated Press2 hours ago
A two-year-old migrant boy who is traveling with a caravan of Central American migrants pulls his luggage and diapers to a shelter in Tijuana, Mexico, Wednesday, April 25, 2018. The caravan of mainly Central American migrants are planning to request asylum, either in the United States or Mexico. (AP Photo/Hans-Maximo Musielik)
Central American asylum seeking caravan reaches US borderAbout 130 Central Americans in a "caravan" of asylum-seeking immigrants that drew President Donald Trump's fury has arrived in the Mexican city of Tijuana bordering the U.S.
The Associated Press12 hours ago
Brazil debates da Silva jailing impact on presidential raceFormer Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva behind bars, and the people of Latin America's largest nation are pondering how October's presidential election will be affected by the jailing of the poll front-runner
The Associated Press13 hours ago
FILE - In this Oct. 25, 2011 file photo, a Conoco sign shines in Dallas. The Houston-based company said on Wednesday, April 25, 2018, that it won a $2 billion arbitration award against Venezuela's state oil company over the seizure a decade ago of investments in two projects in the OPEC nation. (AP Photo/LM Otero, File)
ConocoPhillips wins $2 billion arbitration against VenezuelaConocoPhillips says it won $2 billion arbitration award against Venezuela's state oil company over asset seizures
The Associated Press16 hours ago
The Latest: Taxi driver in 'caravan' fears El Salvador gangsThe father of two young girls from El Salvador says President Trump's criticism about a caravan of asylum seekers raises doubts in his mind whether he will succeed in winning U.S. asylum but still plans to try
The Associated Press17 hours ago
Puerto Rico rejects labor reform measure from control boardGovernment officials in Puerto Rico are rejecting a labor reform measure that a federal control board overseeing the island's finances has submitted to the local legislature
The Associated Press17 hours ago
Spain: 2 linked with late Venezuelan president detainedSpanish authorities acknowledge they've arrested a married couple with links Venezuela's late President Hugo Chavez in a case of suspected corruption
The Associated Press17 hours ago
Governors form group to study gun violence, offer solutionsThe governors of Connecticut, New Jersey, New York, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Delaware and Puerto Rico are forming the nation's first consortium to conduct gun violence research
The Associated Press17 hours ago
School shooting in northern Mexico wounds 5 studentsAuthorities in northern Mexico say gunmen in a car apparently tried to kidnap a high school student, then opened fire on the youth as he fled into the building, wounding five young people
The Associated Press20 hours ago
Dominican authorities seize nearly $1.5M in cashAuthorities in the Dominican Republic have confiscated nearly $1.5 million in cash found in commercial goods
The Associated Press22 hours ago
ConocoPhillips says it won $2 billion arbitration award against Venezuela's state oil company over asset seizures.ConocoPhillips says it won $2 billion arbitration award against Venezuela's state oil company over asset seizures.
The Associated Press22 hours ago
'Cocaine cowboy' longtime fugitive gets 11 years' prisonA man dubbed the last of Miami's "cocaine cowboys" has been sentenced to 11 years in prison for a drug trafficking conviction
The Associated Press22 hours ago
US Virgin Islands to rebuild all main roads for $1.2BThe governor of the U.S. Virgin Islands says all of the territory's main roads will be rebuilt to federal standards following the damage inflicted by hurricanes Irma and Maria
The Associated Press1 day ago
Nicaragua releases some student protesters to lower tensionsNicaraguan authorities have released some student protesters arrested during anti-government demonstrations over the past week as President Daniel Ortega seeks to lower tensions
The Associated Press1 day ago
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