The latest news on Ecuador
A California man reinvents his life in Ecuador.
Assange's request comes after the British Supreme Court rejected his bid to block extradition to Sweden.
President Obama's silence on press freedom in Latin America is troubling.
Clinton said the Obama administration will continue to support Colombia amid tensions with Venezuela.
Starting with an easing of the Cuban embargo, the president tried to win over skeptical leaders.
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.
This morning the United States launched an airstrike on the Somali town of Dobley to go after a group of terrorist suspects. Three missiles hit the town, destroying a home and seriously injuring eight people. Last year the United States shelled other suspected al Qaeda targets in Somalia.