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Here’s what it’s like to ride Medellín’s famous cable car system, which helped transform the Colombian city from the world̵...
The Colombian city of Medellín sprawls up the side of the Andes mountains, and cable cars connect once-isolated neighborhoods to the city center.
Despite some national declines, homicides in Latin America have only increased in recent years, and there's no single reason for the rise in killing.
Ivanka Trump debuted her new bob during a trip to South America and it’s the shortest her hair has been in 14 years
Ivanka last had a bob haircut in 2005, later revealing that she cut her hair short to fit into her father's predominantly male real-estate company.
Leaked video showed an airline chairman telling employees the company was ‘bankrupt’ — and its stock plummeted to an all-time low
The stock's tumble eliminated more than $40 million from Avianca's value. The company issued a statement saying it isn't in a bankruptcy situation.
A change in what's being smuggled hints at a change in how Mexican criminal groups are doing business.
Venezuela’s booming drugs trade is so lucrative that traffickers reportedly burn smuggling planes after using them just once
Venezuela's military and political elites are reportedly profiting off the drug trade while the rest of the country battles a humanitarian crisis.
The ‘king-maker’ keeping Nicolas Maduro in power is starting to crack — here’s why Venezuela’s soldiers are breaking ran...
Thousands of Venezuelan troops have deserted in recent years, but the pace of defections is picking up — here's why some soldiers are breaking ranks.
One of Bogotá's signature tourist destinations is the Monserrate.
I took a 6-hour flight with the second-oldest airline in the world and was disappointed with the experience for a few key reasons
Avianca is Colombia's national airline, and it's actually the second-oldest airline in the world.
Bogotá’s massive bus system has been globally hailed as a triumph in public transit — here’s why I prefer it over New York City...
Nearly 10% of the TransMilenio's passengers used to commute by their own cars. Now, they take the bus.