Honduras opposition denies gang involvement in election
Leaders of Honduras' political opposition have denied accusations from the president that street gangs tried to swing the November election in their favor through intimidation
Man shot dead at protest over Honduras' disputed election
A man has been shot dead at a protest over Honduras' disputed presidential election a week after President Juan Orlando Hernandez was sworn in for a new term
Democracy 'lost': Rights groups warn of more violence in Honduras as US recognizes president
The U.S. became one of a few countries to recognize Juan Orlando Hernandez as the president of Honduras Friday as the opposition candidate, international observers, members of Congress and human rights groups called for a new election amid reports of fraud. Thirty people have died in
3 days after election, 2 men declare themselves Honduran president amid rising tensions
Tension is rising in Honduras as the country still has no president-elect more than three days after voters went to the polls . Both major candidates have declared themselves the country's next leader. International electoral observers have urged the country's vote-counting body to be more
Trump admin. ending protective immigration status for Nicaraguans, delays decision for Hondurans
The Department of Homeland Security has ended Temporary Protected Status for Nicaragua, meaning that the 2,500 Nicaraguans living in the U.S. under that special status have 14 months to leave the country. Today was the deadline for the administration to decide the fate of those Nicaraguans and some
US citizen detained in Honduras claims she's been falsely arrested
Amanda Laroque was on her way back home to Raleigh, North Carolina when she was stopped by Honduran authorities in the Roatan Airport under suspicion that she had cocaine in a container with valuables called a "can safe."
Femicide, Part 2: Women battling against Honduras' machismo culture
Honduran women are trapped in a brutal cycle of abuse and murder because of the country's violent, macho gang culture, but some are trying to do their part to fight back.
Femicide, Part 1: Honduras , one of the most dangerous places to be a woman
Miss Honduras Maria Jose Alvarado became a tragic symbol of gender-based violence after she was killed, but many Honduran women live in fear of being attacked by men.
'Men can do anything they want to women in Honduras' : Inside one of the most dangerous places on Earth to be a woman
In 2014, a 19-year-old small town girl named Maria Jose Alvarado catapulted onto the world stage when her brilliant smile and sweet personality won her the Miss Honduras crown. With a freshly minted passport, she was set to compete for the prestigious Miss World title in London, a trip which would