She Took On Colombia’s Soda Industry. Then She Was Silenced.
The debate over taxing sugary drinks has turned into a ferocious global policy brawl. In Colombia, proponents faced intimidation and censorship.
Mexico’s Record Violence Is a Crisis 20 Years in the Making
This is how a series of bad breaks, missteps and self-imposed crises grew Mexico’s organized crime problem into a national disaster.
Giving Capitalism a Social Conscience
A Nobel Peace Prize laureate discusses his strategy for reducing the global dangers of extreme wealth concentration.
Entrepreneur, Charged in U.S., Recounts Abuse in Colombia Prison
Kaleil Isaza Tuzman, whose securities fraud trial is to start in federal court in Manhattan next month, says he has already undergone a harrowing ordeal.
Pope Criticizes Climate Change Deniers and Trump on DACA
On his flight back to Rome, Pope Francis said climate change deniers need to consult scientists and urged President Trump not to end DACA.
Pope Ends Colombia Visit With Plea for Those ‘Still Being Sold as Slaves’
Rounding out a six-day trip, Pope Francis visited the bones of a Roman Catholic saint who devoted his life to helping slaves in the 17th century.
Pope Sees Two Slain Clerics as Martyrs for Peace in Colombia
In beatifying a priest and a bishop who were killed during decades of bloody conflict, Francis urges Colombians to ask and offer forgiveness.
Pope Francis Urges Colombia to Seize ‘Second Chance’
On the second day of his six-day visit, the pope sought to bolster support for a peace deal between the government and the country’s main rebel group.
Pope Francis Visits Colombia, Where Even Peace Is Polarizing
During the pope’s six-day visit, his challenge is to nudge the country, torn apart by 52 years of war, toward a peace with former guerrillas.
In Latin America, Pence Aims to Soften ‘America First’ Message
The Trump administration’s first major effort to mend fences with a region rattled by President Trump did little to assuage fears.
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