People from across the region are increasingly crossing one anothers' borders, strengthening ties between communities and nations.
A survey of 36 countries finds that its Central and South American members report relatively high "life satisfaction."
A decade ago, 10 percent of migrants from Mexico to the U.S. did so legally. Now, it's 50 percent.
This week's powerful quake was reminiscent of one in 1985, but the response was much different.
An unintended effect of NAFTA, the informal economy's growth is about more than just drugs.
Obama's tough immigration policies and a worsening U.S. economy are already bringing some Latin states down to a net of zero migrants
There is a middle class revolution happening in the largest economies in Central and South America, providing a counterbalance to the terrible news coming out of Europe
The first round of presidential elections on Sunday comes at a time of rising murder and crime
Despite rising violence in Mexico, our border is in many ways safer than ever -- but corruption is on the rise