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Fifth-seeded Rafael Nadal, who is playing his first hard-court tournament in almost a year at the BNP Paribas Open at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden, advanced to the fourth round Monday without hitting a ball. Nadal, who holds 11 Grand Slam titles,...
At midnight, Hugo Chavez and his entourage swept into the hotel lobby, transforming the drab venue in chilly, high-altitude La Paz into a sizzling vortex of tropical verve and chavista vigor. “Musicos!” the Venezuelan president declared upon...
LONDON -- John Kerry used the first stop on his first foreign tour as secretary of state to urge Syrian opposition parties to join a proposed meeting this week in Rome that will seek solutions to that country's protracted civil war. Joined by his...
Tags: William Hague, Nuclear Policy, Barack Obama, Government, Iran
The late Philippine strongman Ferdinand Marcos so skillfully squirreled away billions in national wealth that, even 26 years after his ouster, those pursuing recovery of the ill-gotten bounty have little inkling of its true value. There may be more than...
Like soccer, the current electronic dance music craze arrived late to South America after being invented decades earlier and thousands of miles away. But as eventually happened with fútbol, the prodigies of Latin America are schooling the rest of the...
You know all those warnings about how America's addiction to deficit spending is going to make us look like Greece? Stop worrying. The bigger concern should be that America will look like Argentina. That could happen, theoretically, if the...
Some analysts are suggesting that Cuba is the place to be these days for anyone interested in understanding what’s really going on in the Andes region. That makes sense given recent events unfolding in Havana. For starters, Venezuelan President...
Tags: Cuba, Raul Castro, Peru, Hugo Chavez, Colombia
Summer might be drawing to a close, but don't worry — there's still plenty of time to squeeze in a few more chills provided by new mysteries and thrillers from Karin Fossum, Tana French and Thomas H. Cook. * An Edgar Allan Poe Award and numerous...
World NowArgentina President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner unveils a 100-peso note with Eva Peron's image on the 60th anniversary of the populist idol's death....
World NowThe Obama administration is considering American intervention to pressure Al Qaeda-inspired militants who have seized territory in the African nation of Mali....
World NowMEXICO CITY — The Mexican attorney general’s office has formally charged an active-duty general and three retired high-ranking army officials for their alleged involvement in the drug trade, another bleak reminder of the corruption threat...
World NowAn idea floated by several South American countries to create a safe haven for whales in the South Atlantic was shot down Monday at the International Whaling Commission, infuriating environmentalists....
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