Presidents of Honduras, Guatemala : US Partly to Blame for Border Flood
Before they meet with President Obama tomorrow on the border crisis, the presidents of Honduras and Guatemala are out making their positions known today. The two presidents come to the U.S. to address the flow of migrant children at the southern border, taking to Capitol...
Factory for Wal-Mart, JCPenney Goods Shortchanged Guatemalan Workers, Report Says
Documents Also Reportedly Show Wal-Mart Paying $4.25 for Blazer That Retails for $21.88
Family of 7 Guatemalans Among Oklahoma Tornado Victims
Seven members of a Guatemalan family are among the 18 victims of the tornado that hit Oklahoma City last Friday May 31st, the second tornado to hit the state in the last two weeks. Among the victims are three adults, husband and wife Samuel and Florinda Cifuentes, and their 4 year-old son Alex, and
How a Guatemalan Dictator Got Off the Hook for Genocide
Guatemala's Constituional Court Overturned an 80 year Prison Sentence Against Efrain Rios Montt
Did Reagan Finance Genocide in Guatemala ?
Reagan Had a Cozy Relationship With Guatemalan Dictator Efrain Rios Montt, Recently Convicted for Genocide
Guatemala Could Deport John McAfee Back to Belize
After 'Escape' to Guatemala, McAfee Told ABC News He Felt Like He Was 'Home'
John McAfee: I've Escaped to Guatemala
John McAfee's bizarre run from authorities in Belize took another strange turn Tuesday with the millionaire anti-virus software company founder now claiming he has escaped the country and is in Guatemala. McAfee, 67, who is wanted for questioning in Belize about the shooting death of his neighbor,
Guatemala Earthquake Death Toll Rises to 52, Dozens Still Missing
Video and Images of Destruction After 7.4 magnitude Earthquake Rattles Northern Guatemala
Guatemalan Mara Gangs demand Christmas bonuses and Other Top News from Latin America
Here at Univision/ABC, it's our responsibility to inform you what's going on across our southern border. And we invite you to take a look at the events that shape politics, the economy, drug wars, and culture in the region, because it affects us too. So, without further adue, here's our roundup of
Guatemalan Illegal Immigrant Fights for Custody of Young Son
A custody battle between a Guatemalan mother who was in the U.S. illegally and the couple who adopted her son while she was in prison for identity theft is back in court today. Guatemalan-born Encarnacion Bail Romero, who entered the U.S. illegally in 2006 while pregnant with her son, was in