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The death toll in Peru's flooding and mudslides reached 72 over the weekend, according to state-run news agency Andina.
As Peru deals with miserable storms and deadly flooding, one woman was caught in the middle of a mudslide.
Karim Baratov, indicted by a US grand jury in connection with the Yahoo hacking, portrayed himself as living the good life before his arrest this week.
Derek Walcott, the Caribbean poet and playwright who won the 1992 Nobel Prize for literature, died Friday.
The White House released its budget proposal Thursday with just $1 billion immediately earmarked for the President's oft-promised Southern border wall with Mexico -- a reflection of the fact that the administration doesn't yet know what it wants the wall to look like, the budget director said.
A mass grave containing more than 250 human skulls was uncovered in central Mexico, most likely the victims of drug cartels over the years, authorities said.
It's a Broadway show about Canadians welcoming people during a time of need. So Prime Minister Justin Trudeau hosted Ivanka Trump as his guest of honor.
As the people of Guatemala come to grips with a fire at a youth home last week that killed 40 people, mostly teenage girls, pediatric burn centers in the United States are tending to some of the severely injured victims.
In a country enduring miserable storms and deadly flooding, one woman has survived when it seemed impossible.
At least 38 people were killed and 13 others injured in northern Haiti after a bus plowed into a festival crowd before dawn Sunday, in what local authorities said was a hit and run incident.
An outbreak of yellow fever in rural Brazil is raising concerns that the disease could spread across borders to the US, like Zika, say two health experts writing in an essay published in the New England Journal of Medicine.
Mexico on Saturday formally began operating centers for the defense of Mexican immigrants in its 50 consulates and embassies in the United States.
Well, this is a bummer. Following the US travel ban, the Girl Guides of Canada, which are like a Canadian version of the Girl Scouts, will no longer authorize trips to the United States.
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.