- AP PHOTOS: 5 years after quake, Haitians turn ruins to homes
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) — Compared to some of his neighbors, Jimmy Bellefleur is not doing badly. The electrician has turned abandoned government office space into a one-room home for his wife and their two daughters.
- Mexico City mayor vows full probe of journalist slaying
MEXICO CITY (AP) — Mexico City's mayor said Monday that no expense will be spared and no line of investigation ignored in the hunt for the killers of four women and a photojournalist, who had fled the state where he worked fearing for his safety.
- Venezuela first lady runs for congress; spouse's foe blocked
CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) — Venezuela's first lady will run for congress while an opposition leader has been formally barred from the contest.
- Puerto Rico confirms it failed to make $58M debt payment
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) — The government of Puerto Rico confirmed Monday that it failed to make a $58 million debt payment in a significant escalation of the debt crisis facing the U.S. island territory.
- Whale appears alongside yachts in luxury Argentine area
BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP) â A whale appeared in the marina of one of Buenos Aires' most exclusive neighborhoods Monday, periodically surfacing alongside luxury yachts while hundreds of onlookers tried to capture the moment with smartphones.