The unpopular Brazilian president suggests he could challenge the results of next year’s election.
Unprecedented nationwide protests are the product of economic strain—and newfound digital connectivity.
Historic dry spells are straining life and business in the two countries, where presidents are aloof to climate change.
Vaccine champion Chile is already considering booster shots, underscoring the bumpy road to herd immunity.
The Western hemisphere is weighing how to respond to Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega’s jailing spree.
A slate of weak parties has brought a little-known political organizer to the brink of the presidency.
This crisis may be a turning point for how the IMF treats indebted nations.
Technology transfers to produce shots are slowly underway in the region.
Chile prepares to elect constitutional authors with 50 percent being women, a global milestone.
The pandemic has increased debt in Latin America, and paying up may stoke social tensions.
Venture capital investors continued to bet on the region amid the COVID-19 slump.
Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel faces the country’s worst economic slump since the fall of the Soviet Union.