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Opposition leaders in Venezuela have called protesters to the streets for what they hope will be one of Venezuela's largest marches on Wednesday, a national holiday marking the signing of Venezuela's independence act from Spain.
They say good things come to those who wait -- and Canada's rugby sevens team has done its fair share of waiting.
Will Canada be known for another kind of leaf -- other than its iconic maple? Five things you need to understand about the proposed marijuana policy.
There are no more people officially missing after mudslides in Colombia that killed at least 254, the country's president said on Twitter Sunday.
A Mexican cartel boss once aligned with Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman and referred to by authorities as one of the "Goliaths" of drug straffickers was sentenced to life in prison Wednesday for his involvement in an international drug ring.
Six Venezuelan government employees have been arrested for allegedly selling Venezuelan identification cards and passports to people of "Syrian origin," according to the Venezuelan attorney general's office.
After weeks of steady rain, a ray of sunlight: A woman gave birth to a healthy baby girl inside a rescue helicopter as she was being lifted from a flooded village in northern Peru, the Peruvian Army said.
Ecuador's presidential election balanced on a razor-thin margin late Sunday as the two runoff candidates were polling within 3 percentage points with over 96% of the votes counted.
Venezuelan government leaders on Saturday urged the country's Supreme Court to review its decision to take over the National Assembly's legislative powers, a much-decried move that opposition members have called a coup.
America imports about 30 percent of its medical devices and supplies. Any tariff tinkering by the Trump administration could jolt not only the devices industry but health care nationwide.
A coastal village dating back to the last ice age has been discovered by researchers in western Canada.
Jorge Matadamas is a Mexican citizen, but at 23 years old, everything about the country is brand new to him.
Violence erupts during a special meeting of the Venezuelan National Assembly. CNN's Rafael Romo reports.
A Science Channel found hexagon-shaped "air bombs" over the Bermuda Triangle. The report suggests "air bombs" are capable of bringing down planes and ships.
Cuba has declared war on the Zika virus, with fumigation squads going house to house to prevent the disease from spreading. CNN's Patrick Oppmann reports.
A creative agency in Toronto asked Canadians to #TellAmericaItsGreat in response to the upcoming U.S. election.
While on a cage diving trip just off the coast of Mexico near Guadalupe Island, one man captured the intense moment when a shark ripped into a cage containing a diver. Click here to watch the full video.
Cuba's famed cigars no longer have a $100 import limit in the US. Americans can bring cigars back with them from Cuba for personal use. CNN's Patrick Oppmann takes us to a tobacco plantation on the island.
Aid is flying in, but workers are struggling to get it to areas of Haiti that were hardest hit by Hurricane Matthew. CNN's Ivan Watson reports from the town of Jeremie as survivors work to put the community back together.