The Endurance22 expedition will receive Reach the World’s 2022 Cronkite Award for Excellence in Storytelling. Reach the World will present the award at its Annual Benefit in New York City on July 20, 2022.
Brazil's Lower House Thursday passed a bill setting forth the conditions for homeschooling, a trend that has been growing globally following the COVID-19 lockdowns.
A most unusual low water level of the Paraná river has caused losses of nearly US$ 280 million so far in 2022 to Argentine rural producers and exporters, it was reported.
An unprecedented cold wave in Brazil for the month of May has been labeled a threat both to the country's thousands of homeless people and also to crops, it was reported Thursday.
US President Joseph Biden picked up the message several leaders sent him and is said to be considering a possible U-turn on his decision not to invite Cuba, Venezuela, and Nicaragua to the June 6-10 Summit of the Americas in Los Angeles, California.
In what is considered a truly historic moment, the US Soccer Federation has decided to equalize World Cup prize money awarded to its men's and women's teams. “This is a truly historic moment. These agreements have changed the game forever here in the United States and have the potential to change the game around the world,” said US Soccer president Cindy Parlow Cone.
Argentina's Minister of Women Genders and Diversity, Elizabeth Gómez Alcorta, Wednesday replied to Congressman Javier Milei's promise that if he is elected president he would shut down such an office because he would not apologize for having a penis.
Global chain transport challenges, the war in Ukraine, and following two years of lockouts caused by the Covid 19 pandemic have caused many disruptions to normal trade and China has thus embarked in a major project building a new port along the Peruvian coast to help boost trade along the Pacific rim.
A new survey released earlier this week has shown only Liberal Congressman Javier Milei is improving ahead of next year's presidential elections with the current Frente de Todos (FdT) government having a 20% rate of approval.
The Brazilian government facing the inflationary challenge, as in most of the rest of the world, and particularly when it comes to food prices and the millions of Brazilians who survive on a daily ration, has decided to temporarily reduce tariffs on eleven products. The decree came into effect on May 12 and will continue until the end of the year.