Mexico's patriarchal traditions dominate its political culture.
Critics say a 'culture of no' is hurting cultural exchanges between US and other countries.
In Chile's desert, building a huge astronomical array.
The objects displayed in the US state of Michigan's newest museum are united by a common theme: They are steeped in racism so intense that it makes visitors cringe.
A decline in China's current account surplus has been driven more by investment than consumption.
Dick Clark stood as an avatar of rock 'n' roll virtually from its birth and, until his death on Wednesday at age 82, as a cultural touchstone for several generations of Americans.
The list has 54 international names - the first time they outweighed the American contingent.
The memorial service in Los Angeles for Wu Ying and Qu Ming, who were fatally shot one week ago, was held on Wednesday evening.
Brazil's Monetary Policy Committee (Copom) announced on Wednesday evening a cut in the country's annual basic interest rate Selic from 9.75 to nine percent.
Cuba called for Latin American and Caribbean countries to maintain unity amid US attempts to sow division in the region, the official daily Granma said Wednesday.
Three Secret Service agents have been forced out of their positions in the aftermath of a scandal involving 11 agency personnel and prostitutes.
The US government expressed concerns on the statement by Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir.