A team of forensics experts looking into the disappearance of 43 students has finished its work.
The Supreme Court finally heard arguments on the case involving Obama's executive orders protecting non-criminal undocumented immigrants.
Three decades ago, Vietnam embarked on what it calls a "renewal" process that brought rapid development after years of war, famine, and poverty.
Money alone won't reverse the human and ecological casualties Agent Orange has dealt, but financial reparations would be a step in dealing with a dark part of history.
Today, primary education is compulsory and tuition "free," and according to statistics, the national literacy rate in Vietnam has reached 97.3 percent for those aged 15-50.
In the latest development in the Panama Papers drama, police in San Salvador raided the offices of the law firm of Mossack Fonseca, one of the main players in the scandal.
This article is an update on the fast-developing situation surrounding the economic crisis in Puerto Rico
Supporters of the center-left government of President Dilma Rousseff of the Workers' Party marched in a score of Brazilian cities to oppose a coup.
Workers hit the streets last week demanding back pay and to protest against wage cuts and the possibility of unemployment.
A New York Times reporter claims the visit of an African-descended U.S. president to the island could help end silence on an issue which he thinks persists.