This Is What Mexico's President Says About Disclosing a New York Times Reporter's Private Phone Number
AMLO justifies revealing a journalist's private information amid a reported U.S. money probe
NYT Reveals U.S. Examination of Allegations Surrounding Drug Cartel Money Handovers to AMLO's Allies
Mexico's president previously downplayed the information saying the New York Times is a "filthy rag"
The former president and businessman gave a speech during the rally, where he addressed the money laundering incident, saying that he is not guilty of being involved in any criminal activities.
El Salvador's gang-busting President Nayib Bukele has proudly embraced the monicker of "dictator" and breezily shrugs off criticism of human rights transgressions.
The calls come after a Miami Herald report alleging that Francis pushed for a no-bid contract that could have personal benefits
What Is 'Money Badger'? The U.S. Secret Operation to Build Drug-Trafficking Cases Against Venezuelan Leaders
According to media reports, authorities knew from the beginning that the actions were arguably violating international law
Most countries in Latin America saw an increase in corruption over the past year, except for Dominican Republic and Guyana
Journalist Anabel Hernández cited an investigation by the DEA and the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Southern District of New York
The number of publicly disclosed investigations into senior-level officials rose by 40 percent last year compared with 2022, according to a tally by the Hong Kong-based news outlet South China Morning Post.
U.S. State Department spokesperson Matthew Miller said in a statement Wednesday that the department has "credible information indicating that Giammattei accepted bribes in exchange for the performance of his public functions during his tenure as president of Guatemala, actions that undermined the rule of law and government transparency."
A court in Mauritania's capital Nouakchott on Monday sentenced former president Mohamed Ould Abdel Aziz to five years in prison for having abused his position to amass an ill-gotten fortune.
A former Panamanian President and his two sons have been barred from traveling to the United States.
Ukraine is ramping its drive against corruption with several top officials reportedly stepping down.
Peruvian president Pedro Castillo will not be available to attend Colombian president Gustavo Petro's inauguration after it was denied by Congress due to his various scandals.
A Russian police colonel from Stavropol has been accused of leading a criminal gang and accepting bribes to fund his lavish lifestyle that included a palatial home complete with a comfort room ornamented with a gold-plated toilet.
Family-related rape cases in Cambodia do not normally end well with victims denied proper justice and the accused getting off easily. Poverty and corruption are some of the reasons singled out on why this is happening in the region.
Massive amounts of COVID-19 funds are being stolen in Brazil, the second hardest-hit country in the world.
The legal tussle positions James against the largest and most powerful gun organization in the United States. NRA reportedly is in close alignment with President Trump’s Republican Party.
Unperturbed by the current state of affairs, Flavio Bolsonaro took to twitter to voice his stance. “I view today’s events with serenity,” tweeted Flavio on Thursday. “Truth will prevail,” he added.
Patricia Tagliaferri denounced the terrible situation in Venezuela and is now receiving threats.
'Y A Dios Que Me Perdone' Review: Dominican Film Exposes Country's Major Political Issues, Criticizes Government
"Y A Dios Que Me Perdone" exposes the nerve with which the political class and the majority of authorities "control the crimes at their convenience in an act without shame and devoid of scruples," as explained in the movie.
Former Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula de Silva is currently battling more legal troubles. It is being reported that he will be facing corruption charges for his involvement in an alleged scheme.
Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán and Marllory "La Reina del Sur" Chacón among the latest Latino figures involved in the global corruption scandal.
FIFA Corruption Scandal: Organization Admits World Cup Bribes, Claims It's Victim Of Corrupt Individuals And Seeks Millions In Restitution
FIFA has admitted that many of their former officials took bribes, and now seeks millions from the U.S. for restitution.
Argentine soccer legend Diego Maradona wants to be the next President of FIFA, will he be elected?
Even non-sports fans are celebrating arrests of soccer organizers. Here’s why.
Mexicoleaks scores it's latest victory: full details of EPN's delux hotel spending
In English, Ramos cheered Mexican journalists for exposing corruption. In Spanish, he directly called for the President’s resignation.
Twenty-nine sex trafficking victims, including 20 minors were separated from their captors in the tourist town of Sosua in the Dominican Republic
The mysterious deaths of Erica Alvarado, Alex Alvarado and Jose Angel Alvarado, all siblings, all American citizens, have prompted Mexico’s National Human Rights Commission to investigate in the northern Mexico border city where their bodies were discovered.