'Lost City': Honduras Expedition Team Discovers Untouched Ruins
An expedition team of researchers has discovered the uncharted ruins of an unidentified culture's lost city in the heart of a Honduras rainforest. The team ventured into the isolated, uninhabited area led by "long-standing rumors" it was the site of a fabled "White City" in the legend known as the
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...
Ecuador vs. Honduras : 2014 FIFA World Cup Live Updates Day 9
Costa Rica upset four-time World Cup champion Italy today to open Day 9 at the 2014 World Cup . The Ticos' victory eliminated England. Also today, France defeated Switzerland 5-2 to remain in first place in Group E. At 6 p.m., Honduras plays Ecuador. 2014 FIFA World Cup TV Schedule and Results The
American Heiress Found Slain at her Luxury Honduras Spa
The great-granddaughter of General Mills heiress Marjorie Merriweather Post was found stabbed to death in her luxury Honduras spa, law enforcement officials told the Associated Press. Nedenia Post Dye, 46, was found stabbed in her spa on the resort island of Roatan, Honduras on Dec. 22. Lenin
Honduran Factory Workers Chose to Wear Diapers on the Job
Unions claim that an auto-parts factory that is partly American owned abuses employees
Marine Biology Student Survives 16 Hours Lost at Sea Off Honduras Coast
Professor Supervising Trip Said Heavy Wind and Swelling Waves Made Her 'Fear the Worst'
Honduran President Fears Coup, Four Supreme Court Judges Fired
The Honduran Congress approved a measure to immediately dismiss four of the country's Supreme Court judges, with a 91-37 vote that occurred at 4 a.m. on Wednesday. The vote was inspired by members of the country's conservative National Party and is being called an illegal "technical coup" by local
Today in Pictures: Art in Germany, SpaceX Launch, Honduran Drug Raid
A man takes photos at the Albrecht Duerer exhibition during a press preview in the Germanisches Museum in Nuremberg, Germany, May 22, 2012. Germany’s biggest exhibit of works by German artist Albrecht Duerer will open to the public from May 24 until September 2, 2012....
Today in Pictures: Honduras , India Election, Hockey, Rugby, Giraffes
Fourth grade student Joy English of Central Intermediate School in Washington, Ill., lifts her President Obama mask during instructor Jane Woith’s Wax Museum Hall of Presidents, Feb. 16, 2012. Students in Woith’s social studies classes portrayed the U.S. presidents as a class project as ...