- No new trial for priest convicted of sex tourism with boys Updated: Feb-08-16 5:06 pm
PITTSBURGH - A priest who was convicted of sexually assaulting poor street children during missionary trips to Honduras and said federal prosecutors wrongly withheld evidence in his case won't get a new trial, a judge ruled.
- The Latest: No new trial for priest in sex tourism case Updated: Feb-08-16 3:20 pm
PITTSBURGH - The Latest on a federal judge's decision to reject an appeal of a Pennsylvania priest convicted of molesting Honduran street children (all times local):
- Ex-FIFA vice president released on bond in corruption case Updated: Feb-02-16 5:46 pm
NEW YORK - A former vice president for world soccer's governing body has been released from U.S. custody in New York and will be subject to house arrest as he awaits trial on bribery and other charges related to a sprawling corruption case.
- State confirms Zika virus in traveler after Honduras trip Updated: Jan-27-16 4:37 pm
ST. PAUL, Minnesota - State health officials say they've confirmed a case of a rare mosquito-borne virus, but say it's not a risk to spread in Minnesota.
- United, American offering refunds for travel to Zika areas Updated: Jan-26-16 8:41 pm
Two major U.S. airlines are offering refunds to passengers worried about the Zika virus outbreak in many tropical countries.
- 22 Senate Dems seek deportation raid halt, break with Obama Updated: Jan-22-16 7:12 pm
WASHINGTON - Twenty-two Democratic senators asked President Barack Obama on Friday to halt the recent round of federal deportation raids, highlighting anew the schism within the party over the administration's handling of Central American immigrants.
- Students at Zeeland charter school open coffee shop Updated: Jan-22-16 12:11 pm
HOLLAND, Michigan - Re:Fuel, a student-designed and operated coffee shop at a Zeeland charter school, is now open for business.
- Honduras, OAS approve international team to fight corruption Updated: Jan-19-16 8:16 pm
TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras - Honduras and the Organization of American States on Tuesday approved a new international team of experts to help its legal system fight corruption in the Central American country.
- Family mourns Columbia student who died in crash Updated: Jan-15-16 11:00 pm
NEW YORK - Hundreds of mourners gathered for an outdoor service in New York City to say goodbye to a Columbia University student killed in a crash in Honduras.
- Honduran team unearths ceramics at 'White City' site Updated: Jan-15-16 7:16 pm
TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras - Honduran officials said Friday that archaeologists have begun excavations at a mysterious site on Honduras' Caribbean coast that may be the long-rumored "White City" ruins.
- Uncertainty in Guatemala as new president takes office Updated: Jan-14-16 10:29 pm
GUATEMALA CITY - TV comic and political neophyte Jimmy Morales was sworn in as Guatemala's president on Thursday amid uncertainty over how he plans to run the Central American nation beset by entrenched poverty, rampant corruption and violent criminal gangs.
- Officials: 3 US volunteers killed in Honduras bus crash Updated: Jan-13-16 9:19 pm
TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras - Two New York college students and a U.S. health-care worker died Wednesday in this Central American nation when their bus crashed while taking them to the airport to fly home after a volunteer mission helping poor Hondurans.
- Ex-FIFA vice president pleads not guilty in corruption case Updated: Jan-13-16 6:59 pm
NEW YORK - A former FIFA vice president and interim president of the North and Central American and Caribbean governing body CONCACAF pleaded not guilty Wednesday in New York, one week after he was extradited from Switzerland where he had been held since his arrest last month in a sprawling corruption case.