A U.S. Iraqi police-training program has no performance measures and risks becoming a "bottomless pit," wasting U.S. taxpayer money, a watchdog group said.
As drug cartel fighting continues to bloody Mexican streets, the United States is increasingly concerned with new solutions to quell the narcotics surge further upstream.
The United States should consider help from Colombia to combat violent and organized crime in Mexico, witnesses told a joint subcommittee of the U.S Congress.
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez warned U.S. Ambassador William Brownfield that his time in Venezuela could be limited, El Universal reported Friday.
The U.S. ambassador to Venezuela denied the Bush administration was encouraging opponents of President Hugo Chavez to boycott the upcoming election.
As tensions between Venezuela and the Bush administration increase, Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez Frias is threatening to expel the U.S. ambassador.
The U.S. ambassador to Venezuela has been threatened with expulsion by President Hugo Chavez for "provoking" violence among poor people in Caracas.
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has threatened to expel the U.S. ambassador for inciting riotous behavior, El Nacional reported Monday.
U.S. Ambassador to Venezuela William Brownfield said he is no longer concerned about the country's purchase of 100,000 assault rifles from Russia.