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Fed up with violence and corruption, Mexican voters embrace a seasoned leftist who wants to double the minimum wage

If the polls are right, leftist Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador is poised to win in a landslide in Mexico’s July 1 vote. He represents radical change.

Could Turkey's president be in trouble? He faces a stiff challenge in Sunday's election

Opposition parties in Turkey are hoping to unseat President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in elections Sunday and roll back a new constitutional system that they say would push the country closer to dictatorship.

A year after Trump reversed Obama's opening to Cuba, the U.S. is sitting out Havana's political revamp

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo dangles new security concessions while downplaying expectations that the historic meeting will lead to anything beyond future talks.

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