- Chile's Bachelet sworn in again as president Updated: Mar-11-14 9:08 pm
- Official: Biden mentions mediation for Venezuela Updated: Mar-11-14 3:55 pm
- Fans report problems at new World Cup stadium Updated: Mar-10-14 7:39 pm
- US Sen. Marco Rubio helps inaugurate Cuba memorial Updated: Feb-23-14 4:40 pm
- Inaugural poet wants young readers to enjoy poetry Updated: Feb-21-14 5:37 am
- Inaugural poet to set up visiting writers program Updated: Feb-18-14 5:04 am
- 31 to become citizens at Roosevelt inaugural site Updated: Feb-15-14 9:40 am
VALPARAISO, Chile - Michelle Bachelet returned to Chile's presidency Tuesday after a four-year break, facing an economic slowdown and student-led protests that have paralyzed the country in recent years and now will likely challenge her promises of profound social changes.
VALPARAISO, Chile - US Vice President Joe Biden has been discussing the "difficult situation" in Venezuela with other Latin American leaders attending Chile's presidential inauguration on Tuesday, and mentioned the possibility of mediation by third parties, according to a senior U.S. administration official.
SAO PAULO - Fans attending the inaugural match at the new stadium in the jungle city of Manaus were not completely satisfied and reported a lot of unfinished work at the venue, which is set to host its first World Cup match in about three months.
MIAMI - With political uprisings in Venezuela and the Ukraine, U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio is urging the world not to forget the Cuban people's struggles. The son of Cuban immigrants on Saturday helped thousands of Cuban exiles and Cuban-Americans in Miami inaugurate a monument dedicated to those who died in opposition to Cuba's communist government.
BETHEL, Maine - A Maine poet who spoke at the presidential inauguration says he hopes a visiting writers program will help to create a new generation of readers who appreciate poetry.
BETHEL, Maine - Inaugural poet Richard Blanco is helping Maine's Gould Academy show that there's more to the prep school than ski programs.
BUFFALO, New York - Thirty people from 21 countries are set to become U.S. citizens at the Theodore Roosevelt inaugural site in Buffalo.