With the world grappling with rising prices, a tour through Argentina reveals that years of inflation can give rise to a truly bizarre economy.
The wardrobe of Francia Márquez, Colombia’s first Black vice president, is the creation of a young designer at the center of an Afro-Colombian fashion explosion.
Six-hundred people have been evacuated after an oil storage tank base caught fire in the western Matanzas Province.
Two research teams found that dolphins could forge strong social bonds with outsiders within a few years
Edward Burtynsky has turned his 40 years spent documenting humanity’s effects on the planet into a multimedia show.
Canada’s governing body for hockey has come under increasing scrutiny after revelations that it has paid millions of dollars to settle sexual assault and abuse claims.
At the Stratford and the Shaw theater festivals, four heated classics get cool new productions for summer.
Nearly two-thirds of the country’s municipalities are facing a water shortage. In Monterrey, a major economic hub, the government delivers water daily to 400 neighborhoods.
After years of promises, many Mexicans fear that the announcement of a corruption probe into Enrique Peña Nieto might be nothing more than a political tactic.
A city on the forefront of harm reduction has taken the concept to a new level in an effort to address the growing toxicity of street drugs.
All six of the region’s largest economies could soon be run by presidents elected on leftist platforms. Their challenge? Inflation, war in Europe and growing poverty at home.
Even as Catholicism wanes in many Western countries, in Canada, it is holding steady as the largest religious denomination.
Over 470 people have been killed, injured or are missing in recent violence, according to the U.N., as gangs expand their control and threaten the presidential palace.
José Rubén Zamora, an award-winning journalist and president of the elPeriódico newspaper, was arrested at his home in Guatemala City.
Thousands gathered on Wednesday to see Pope Francis ride by the Plains of Abraham park. But a mass the following day was not a big draw.
The pope reinforced his denunciation of the abuse committed by Roman Catholic-run schools in the country. He also acknowledged that his advancing age might force him to travel less in future.
The Supreme Court ruling is one of the strictest in a recent spate of measures addressing deceptive condom use, as courts try to define consent.
On a visit to Canada, the pontiff, 85, used his own vulnerability to demand dignity and respect for older people in a world increasingly populated by them.
It’s the first known case of an animal helping algae reproduce, and could suggest that pollination first evolved in the world’s ancient oceans.
Francis, responding to longtime pleas from Indigenous people, begged forgiveness for schools where children were forced to assimilate, many were sexually or physically abused and some died.