According to Mexican government 47,000 dead from drug violence in past five years
Newly released numbers by the Mexican government set the death toll for the past five years in drug-related violence at 47,000.
Romney endorsed by architect of controversial Ariz. immigration law
Mitt Romney on Wednesday announced that he had received an endorsement from the legal architect of immigration crackdown laws in Arizona and Alabama.
Venezuela: Chávez refers to the United States’ expulsion of diplomat as arrogant
If you give him 6 hours to speak on national TV, surely Venezuelan president Hugo Chávez would deliver some anti-American gems.
Top Democrat waves off Romney’s Latino appeal
A top Latino Democrat on Tuesday threw cold water on GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s appeal to Latino voters.
Peru: Joran van der Sloot pleads guilty to murder
Joran van der Sloot has pled guilty to the murder of 21-year-old Stephany Flores, a girl he met at a casino in Lima, the local press reports.
Thai man marries his dead bride-to-be
In what is undoubtedly the strangest story of 2012 thus far, reports confirm that a young man in Thailand has married his dead girlfriend.
Obama names influential Latina, Cecilia Muñoz, to senior White House role
President Obama on Tuesday named Cecilia Muñoz, as the director of his Domestic Policy Council, a senior White House advisory position.