In Guatemala, an anti-corruption candidate wins the run-off elections by a landslide, in a vote that was a critical test of the Central American country's democratic credentials.
Guatemala's already troubled presidential election has been thrown into more chaos and confusion only weeks ahead of a contentious second round of voting.
Voters will go to the polls on Sunday to elect a new president. But some of the most popular candidates won't be on the ballot.
Human rights groups have called the trial of journalist José Rubén Zamora a politically motivated sham after his newspaper uncovered corruption in the Central American country.
Neudy Rojop made a girlhood pledge. When family members fell ill, she says she decided to become a nurse "so I could change my community for good."
We asked refugees around the world to tell us of a memento they brought to connect them to their old life even as they embarked on a new and uncertain future.
The government is struggling to bring all 3 million-plus students back to schools that were shuttered when the pandemic hit. Teachers are ready to resume classes. But obstacles loom.
The vice president met with Guatemala's president to talk about the root causes behind migration to the United States, including corruption. But another prominent Democrat called that "disappointing."
The vice president will meet with the leaders of Guatemala and Mexico to talk about corruption, violence and poverty — factors causing thousands of Central Americans to seek asylum at the U.S. border.
Harris has the tough job of tackling deep-rooted problems driving tens of thousands of people in Central America to try to migrate to America. Her first foreign trip as vice president starts Sunday.
Some of the Honduran migrants in the caravan say they are hoping to see a change in U.S. asylum policy when President-elect Joe Biden takes office.
Back-to-back hurricanes have taken an unprecedented toll on the Central American nation and its neighbors.
Just two weeks after Hurricane Eta dumped heavy rainfall in the region, Honduras, Guatemala, Nicaragua and southern Belize are facing an even stronger storm fueled by climate change.
Democratic lawmakers are demanding more information from the Trump administration about U.S. agents working in Guatemala to round up Honduran migrants and send them to the Guatemala-Honduras border.