Canada Unveils Investment Tax Break

OTTAWA, ONTARIO —  Canada will allow businesses to write off additional capital investments to make them more competitive at a time when the United States

US Weighs Sanctions on Cuban Officials over Role in Venezuela Crackdown

The Trump administration is considering imposing sanctions on Cuban military and intelligence officials who it says are helping Venezuela’s socialist government crackdown on dissent, according

6 Killed in Haiti After Police Say Government Car Loses Control

PORT-AU-PRINCE, HAITI —  A Haitian government car went out of control into a group of people on Wednesday, killing at least six and further inflaming

Venezuela's Former Treasurer Took $1 Billion in Bribes, US Prosecutors Say

Venezuela’s former national treasurer admitted receiving over $1 billion in bribes as part of illicit foreign currency operations that involved a local television mogul now

Colombia Asks Cuba to Arrest ELN Rebel Leader Under Interpol Notice

BOGOTA —  Colombia’s government has asked Cuba to capture ELN rebel commander Nicolas Rodriguez, the foreign ministry said Tuesday, a sign peace talks with the

U.S., Canada Warn About E.coli in Romaine Lettuce 

Public health officials in the United States and Canada on Tuesday warned against eating romaine lettuce while they investigate an outbreak of E. coli that

Haiti Hit wth More Violence Amid Third Day of Protests

PORT-AU-PRINCE, HAITI —  Haiti faced a third day of protests and violence on Tuesday as anger grew over allegations of government corruption. An Associated Press

Tijuana Arrests 34 Central America Migrants on Minor Charges

TIJUANA, MEXICO —  Officials in the Mexican border city of Tijuana said they have arrested 34 members of the caravan of Central American migrants for

Federal Judge Blocks Trump Order Limiting Asylum

A U.S. federal judge has granted a temporary restraining order preventing the Trump administration from carrying out new immigration rules that would block asylum for

Reports: Nicaragua Government Cracks Down on Independent Media

Since protests began against the government of Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega’s in April, there have been at least 420 violations against press freedoms in the

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