Haiti’s Prime Minister Jack Guy Lafontant resigned Saturday amid protests sparked by a proposed hike in fuel prices.
Scientists at the Teopanzolco archeological site discovered an ancient temple this week that was exposed by the devastating earthquake in central Mexico last September.
An estimated 70 people died as the result of sweltering temperatures that hit Canada’s Quebec province last week, according to health officials.
A number of US missionary groups are stranded in Haiti after protesters took to the streets following a fuel price hike ordered by the government.
A blistering heat swept through parts of Canada this week, killing 54 people in the province of Quebec, according to health officials.
At least 24 people were killed in a series of explosions Thursday in Tultepec, a Mexican town where similar deadly incidents have occurred before.
Toronto police on Wednesday returned to a home linked to suspected serial killer Bruce McArthur and discovered “items of interest,” a spokeswoman said.
A Canadian man was killed protecting his children from a polar bear while they were visiting an island in Canada’s Arctic Archipelago, police said.
Mexico’s Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador appears to have struck it third-time lucky in his bid to secure the country’s presidency.
Mexico voted Sunday in a historic election that could potentially reshape the country.
The survivors of a deadly tour boat explosion in the Bahamas were airlifted to a hospital in the United States.
Canada Day is coming up, and it’s what it sounds like: a federal holiday to celebrate the country and show off national pride.
After asking for years, a CNN reporter got to visit the reclusive Cuban town across Guantanamo Bay from the US naval base.
Even for a country numbed by escalating violence, the toll the campaign season has exacted is horrifying.
Read CNN’s Fast Facts on Justin Trudeau the Prime Minister of Canada.
The Argentine Chamber of Deputies voted Thursday morning to legalize elective abortion in the first 14 weeks of pregnancy.
Ivan Duque wins Colombia’s presidency, leftist opponent Gustavo Petro concedes.
The Nicaraguan government has agreed to an international investigation into protests that have left dozens of people dead since April.
Every December in St. John’s, Newfoundland, people parade the streets wearing creepy masks, fake horse heads and their underwear on the outside.
Canada’s Senate has passed a bill making the country’s national anthem gender neutral.
The infant survived Fuego’s eruption, but police thought her mother died in a hospital. Then came good news.
Organizations and online campaigns are helping the victims of the Fuego volcano’s eruption in Guatemala.