Around the World in 80 Days, Chile: South America's Most Stable Democracy?

Opinion | Larry Alex Taunton

Socialists, communists, and anarchists are finding home at their universities. (Sound familiar?)

Chile Moves To Legalize Gay Marriage

World | Grace Carr
Shutterstock/ PHILADELPHIA - JUNE 8: People waiving gay flag at the 26th Annual Pride Parade on the streets of Center City Philadelphia. Hundreds march to support same sex marriage

‘Not ethical nor fair to put artificial limits on love’

Chile Lifts Longtime Ban On Abortion

World | Grace Carr
A woman displays a plastic fetus as she takes part to a demonstration to protest against the government's law about abortion on October 17, 2009 in Madrid. (PEDRO ARMESTRE/AFP/Getty Images)

Pinochet-era restrictions are finally over

NYT Concerned That There Won't Be Enough Female South American Presidents

World | Amber Randall
FILE PHOTO - A taxi passes by in front of The New York Times head office in New York, February 7, 2013. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

‘More equitable footing for women’

Protesters Dragged Out Of Court During Abortion Discussions

World | Grace Carr
Protesters shout slogans during a demonstration against corruption and official abuses, in the Rif region in Rabat, Morocco June 11, 2017. On left is a portrait of protest movement leader Nasser Zefzafi. REUTERS/Stringer

‘This is not fair’

Scientists Find 'Ingredients Of Life' Around Distant Sun-Like Stars

Energy | Andrew Follett
Extremely detailed and realistic high resolution 3D image of an ufo / flying saucer orbiting Earth. Shot from outer space. Elements of this image are furnished by NASA. (Shutterstock/Sasa Kadrijevic)

‘Star system seems to keep on giving!’

NASA's Next Mars Rover Finishes Testing

Energy | Andrew Follett
Mars rover. Elements of this image furnished by NASA. ( Sadovski)

Powerful laser drill

Strike At The World's Largest Copper Mine Approaches Critical Moment

World | Ted Goodman
Escondida copper mine miners on strike block a road in Antofagasta, Chile, on February 15, 2017: Martin Bernetti/AFP/Getty Images

3,470 tons of lost copper output daily

Trump's Trip Costing Taxpayers Millions Has A Lot Of Precedent

US | Eric Lieberman
Left: US President Barack Obama takes a shot at 18th fairway as he plays golf at Mid-Pacific Country Club in Kailua, Hawaii, on January 1, 2014. The first family is in Hawaii for their annual winter vacation. (Photo credit: JEWEL SAMAD/AFP/Getty Images) Right: Donald Trump plays a round of golf after the opening of The Trump International Golf Links Course on July 10, 2012 in Balmedie, Scotland. The controversial £100m course opens to the public on Sunday July 15. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

Operating Air Force One is estimated to cost taxpayers $179,750 an hour

Trade Partners Flock To China Before Ink Dries On Trump's TPP Reversal

World | Ryan Pickrell
China's national flag is raised during the opening ceremony of the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games at the National Stadium in this August 8, 2008 file photo. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen/Files

Moving forward without the US

Massive Earthquake Rocks Chile, Tsunami Warning Lifted

World | Ted Goodman
The Laguna del Maule (Lagoon of Maule) is seen in the VII region of Talca, south of Santiago, Chile November 29, 2016. The sign reads, "Center of monitoring and volcanological studies, Laguna del Maule". REUTERS/Rodrigo Garrido

No deaths reported

Chilean President's Voting Photo Op Ruined After She Forgets ID, Fails To Sign In

World | Thomas Phippen
Chile's President Michelle Bachelet casts her ballot during the mayors and councillors elections in Santiago, Chile, October 23, 2016. Alex Ibanez/Courtesy of Chilean Presidency/Handout via Reuters

‘I missed you all very much’

Wife Of American Assassin Working For Pinochet Dies

World | JP Carroll

Spent five years under house arrest for her role in an assassination

Forget Tatooine, NASA Discovered A Planet With THREE Suns

World | Andrew Follett
Colorful Planet and Moon Over a glowing Star - Elements of this image furnished by NASA (Shutterstock/Aphelleon)

‘Three stars are visible in the sky’

BYE BYE, BIRDIE: How Electric Cars Put Flamingos At Risk

Energy | Craig Boudreau
Flamingos wade in Cape Town's Black River, August 11, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings.

If they keep using the same methods to extract water, the consequences will be disastrous

Scientists Find Massive Amounts Of Alcohol In Space

Energy | Andrew Follett
Girl watching the stars. (Shutterstock/AstroStar)

The closest example to Earth is a mere 170 light-years away.

Chilean Tries To Chill With Lions

DC Trawler | Jim Treacher
Circle of life

Scientists Find 3 Potentially Habitable Planets Near Earth

Energy | Andrew Follett
Preview Save to a lightbox Find Similar Images Share Stock Photo: Fantasy Alien Exo Planet isolated galaxy space Elements of this image furnished by NASA / ModeList

‘If we want to find life elsewhere in the Universe, this is where we should start to look.’

Chilean 'Caravan of Death' Leader Dead At 94

World | JP Carroll
Former Chilean leader and current Commander of the Chilean Armed Forces Augusto Pinochet

Served under dictator General Augusto Pinochet