- US goalie Brad Guzan: 'Nothing changes' with Howard's return Updated: Aug-31-15 4:12 pm
WASHINGTON - With their roles reversed, No. 1 goalkeeper Brad Guzan of the United States insists "nothing changes" in his relationship with World Cup standout Tim Howard.
- Sinking currencies point to jitters about emerging economies Updated: Aug-21-15 6:07 pm
WASHINGTON - The damage spans the globe.
- Peruvian Congress authorizes shooting down drug planes Updated: Aug-20-15 9:01 pm
LIMA, Peru - Peru's Congress voted unanimously Thursday to authorize military planes to shoot down suspected drug flights, which police say smuggle more than a ton of cocaine to Bolivia daily.
- Howard, Beasley called up to US team for September games Updated: Aug-20-15 10:27 am
CHICAGO - Goalkeeper Tim Howard is back with the U.S. national team.
- Cultivation of coca leaf in Bolivia falls to 13-year low Updated: Aug-17-15 5:04 pm
LA PAZ, Bolivia - The United Nations said Monday that Bolivia's eradication of unauthorized crops dropped the Andean nation's area under coca cultivation by 11 percent last year and by one-third since 2010.
- Peru newspaper yanks columns cardinal allegedly plagiarized Updated: Aug-17-15 3:08 pm
LIMA, Peru - A leading Peruvian newspaper says it will no longer publish columns by Roman Catholic Cardinal Luis Cipriani after he was caught plagiarizing two popes.
- Eradication spells misery for Peru's coca farmers Updated: Aug-17-15 1:56 pm
NUEVO CANAVERAL, Peru - Edma Duran uses a machete to salvage what leaves she can from the family's coca plot, which government workers have just destroyed in a record-breaking U.S.-backed eradication campaign that has affected roughly a half million Peruvians.
- At 'Fuerza Bruta' auditions, sweat, running and gunshots Updated: Aug-17-15 8:43 am
NEW YORK - All stage auditions may be grueling but one held downtown last week has got to be one of the hardest.
- Correction: Ecuador-Hacking The Opposition story Updated: Aug-07-15 3:35 pm
LIMA, Peru - In a story Aug. 6 about Ecuador and digital surveillance, The Associated Press erroneously reported the number of electronic devices infected by the government's spy agency with a company's software, based on a computer screenshot. The screenshot shows 13 devices were either infected or targeted for infection, not that 13 were infected.
- Copter rotor kills woman carrying letter to Peru official Updated: Aug-06-15 9:29 pm
LIMA, Peru - Peruvian authorities say a woman trying to approach the country's Cabinet chief with a letter walked into the spinning rotor of a just-landed army helicopter and was killed.