The latest news on Colombia
Colombia's president is more popular than most hemisphere leaders, while FARC looks foolish.
The raid that freed the hostages recalls the Israelis at Entebbe, while the FBI looks inept.
Three American defense contractors are among the 14 hostages freed from FARC rebels.
While a deal remains a long way off, administration officials say they are now hopeful an agreement will be met for two reasons.
The latest free-trade agreement is caught in the crossfire.
We've got to hand it to Sean Spicer, the U.S. Trade Representative Office spokesman. The guy knows how to sell his stuff.
The enmity and suspicion that erupted last week in South America are likely to endure for some time.
Amid all the saber-rattling by Venezuela and Ecuador over a recent raid by the Colombian military that killed a top guerrilla leader, some intriguing revelations are surfacing from several laptop computers and hard drives captured in the jungle operation.
As a summit of Latin American leaders opens in the capital of the Dominican Republic today, all eyes are on the escalating conflict between Colombia, Ecuador, and Venezuela, which was touched off last week by a cross-border raid conducted by Colombian forces. Earlier today, Ecuadoran President Rafael Correa demanded that Colombian leaders formally apologize for entering the country's territory.
A small explosion occurred in New York City's Times Square this morning, causing structural damage to an unoccupied military recruiting station. No injuries were reported. The explosion, which happened around 3:45 a.m., shook buildings several blocks away.