Refugee crisis mounts close to US
Serious food and medicine shortages, along with out-of-control inflation drive 25,000 Venezuelans across the border into Colombia every day.
‘The most violent and murderous gang in the US’
MS-13: What began as a social and protection group, quickly morphed into a brutal gang.
Venezuelan patients swamp Colombia’s health care system
About 85 percent of medicines are in short supply and 13,000 doctors have left the country, prompting Venezuelans to seek medical care in Colombia.
As their protected status in the US ends, will Salvadoran immigrants head to Qatar?
Preparing for the 2022 World Cup, Qatar needs stadiums, roads, a new airport and other infrastructure — and workers to build them.
Uruguay probes whether ex-Guantanamo detainee has ties to IS
Jihad Diyab, who resettled in Uruguay in 2014, says his accuser, a Palestinian-born merchant, owes the accused man thousands of dollars.
Life is tough when toilet paper costs half a month’s salary
The basic necessities are unaffordable for the average Venezuelan despite a new minimum monthly salary and food bonus established by President Nicolas Maduro.
He built his American Dream on borrowed time — and now could lose it all
The Trump administration’s decision to end Temporary Protected Status for 200,000 Salvadorans threatens to destroy the life Jose Hercules has created for himself, which includes starting a business, marrying and fathering two American-born children.
Fed-up Venezuelans protest after promised Christmas ham isn’t delivered
Venezuela sits atop the world’s largest proven oil reserves but its people are going hungry as protest erupts over the government’s failure to deliver on a promised food package.
Venezuelans hope to leave a year of misery far behind in 2018
After the severe shortages, violent crime, and deadly anti-government of protests in 2017, Venezuelans on the streets of Caracas aren’t exactly optimistic about the future.
World’s largest mural-in-the-making honors LA’s ‘multicultural metropolis’
On the side of a 14-story apartment building, an artist of Mexican and Native American descent creates what he hopes will be the world’s biggest mural ever done by an individual artist.