Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, winner of elections in 2000 and 2006 by overwhelming majorities, is heavily favored in voting set for October 7.
The legislative elections left a probable right-center coalition in control. However, one piece of good news is that the anti-immigrant ultra right took a beating.
Lopez Obrador said he will not recognize a ruling by the top electoral court that the July 1 Mexican presidential elections were fair and clean.
A Romney administration Latin America policy would return us to the same policies which brought about tens of thousands of deaths in Central America before.
A new dimension of the story of Mitt Romney has now emerged, namely the possible connection of Bain, and Romney, to violent political circles in Latin America.
Ghana is mourning the death of its beloved president, John Evans Atta Mills, who was only five months away from the end of his first term and expected re-election.
Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador and his coalition are asking the Federal Electoral Institute's electoral court to annul the presidential election.
Evidence continues to mount that the recent "victory" by conservatives in Mexico's national elections was completely fraudulent and that the country's center-left coalition should have been declared the winner.
It appears that the candidate of the formerly dominant Revolutionary Institutional Party (PRI), former Mexico state governor Enrique Peña Nieto, has won, but not by as much as he hoped.
The French elections June 17 produced a decisive victory for President Francois Hollande's Socialist Party.