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I traveled to Cartagena and the best part of the trip had nothing to do with the popular ancient walled city
Blue Apple Beach House is an eco-friendly boutique hotel popular for day trips, but staying overnight offers a more authentic feel of Cartagena.
Images from a NASA satellite show the quickly increasing levels of carbon monoxide in atmosphere from the Amazon fires
An animation collected by a NASA satellite show the release of carbon monoxide into the atmosphere from the Amazon fires from August 8-22, 2019.
Here are the travel advisories for every country in South America, ranked from least to most risky based on the State Department's designation levels.
A total solar eclipse was visible across a swath of Chile and Argentina yesterday. Tourists, locals, and scientists gathered to observe and study it.
NASA partnered with the Exploratorium to offer a chance for the rest of the world to see the total solar eclipse via livestream on July 2, 2019.
A massive power outage left over 48 million people in the dark across entire countries in South America
A blackout has affected all of Argentina and Uruguay, and parts of Brazil and Paraguay, leaving millions of people without power across South America.
At Kachi Lodge, you can stay in a series of luxury domes with panoramic views of Bolivia's salt flat Salar de Uyuni and the night sky.
The US military is on ‘the balls of its feet’ about Venezuela’s crisis — here’s what that means, according to a former N...
The US military has said little about plans for Venezuela, but a retired admiral who led US forces in the region says they're reviewing options.
Amazon and 8 South American countries have been battling over who gets to use the ‘.amazon’ domain for 7 years
Amazon and eight South American countries have been battling over who gets to use the ".amazon" domain since 2012.
US reportedly cutting off aid to El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras after Trump claims countries ‘set up’ migrant caravans
The US State Department is cutting off the three South American countries from financial aid.