Ecuador Breaks, Says It Can't Follow OPEC Agreement Anymore

Energy | Tim Pearce
FILE PHOTO: OPEC logo is pictured ahead of an informal meeting between members of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) in Algiers

‘It’s inevitable. Somebody’s going to cheat’

Sweden Drops Rape Investigation Against Julian Assange

World | Jacob Bojesson
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange squints in the sunlight as he prepares to speak from the balcony of the Ecuadorian embassy where he continues to seek asylum following an extradition request from Sweden in 2012, on February 5, 2016 in London, England. The United Nations Working Group on Arbitrary Detention has insisted that Mr Assange's detention should be brought to an end. Carl Court/Getty Images.

‘We’ve won the case’

Colombian Cocaine Seizure 'One Of The Largest' Drug Grabs In History

US | Steve Birr
Peruvian police show to the press more than two tons of cocaine hidden in packages of asparagus destined for Amsterdam, and arrested a Serbian man and four Peruvians suspected of running a smuggling operation from a gourmet food business, authorities said, at police headquarters in Lima, Peru, January 12, 2017. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo

‘Takes apart a large drug-trafficking organization’

Ecuador Admits To Blocking WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange's Internet

World | Jonah Bennett
Julian Assange, Founder and Editor-in-Chief of WikiLeaks speaks via video link during a press conference on the occasion of the ten year anniversary celebration of WikiLeaks in Berlin

‘Ecuador has exercised its sovereign right to temporarily restrict access to some of its private communications network’

Wikileaks: Kerry Told Ecuador To Shut Us Down To Protect Hillary

Politics | Alex Pfeiffer
Wikileaks: haak78 / Shutterstock.com

Happened during FARC negotiations in Colombia

Here's What Ecuador Does With Its Illegal Immigrants

World | JP Carroll
Cuban migrants rests at a temporary shelter in the border between Costa Rica and Nicaragua in Penas Blancas, Costa Rica, December 24, 2015. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas

Migrants are trying to take advantage of 1966 Cuban Adjustment Act

Rescue Lab Dies After Saving Seven People From Ecuador Quake

Video | Rachel Stoltzfoos

‘Held high the name of the K9 unit’

Mexican Cartels Employ New Discreet Strategy To Transfer Cocaine North

World | JP Carroll
Colombian commander Manuel "Sureshot" Marulanda Velez of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) talks to reporters in Los Pozos, Caqueta province, in this February 9, 2001 file photo. REUTERS/Jose Miguel Gomez/Files

Impoverished fishermen are ready to do the dirty work

South American President Gets Up And Quits, But For Good Reason

World | JP Carroll

Can run for reelection in 2021

Feds Rely On Report From Admitted Data Fakers To Justify Coal Mining Ban

Energy | Michael Bastasch
Members of the United Mine Workers of America hold a rally outside the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency headquarters in Washington October 7, 2014. The union members rallied against proposed EPA Clean Power Plan rules, which the union claims will eliminate thousands of coal industry-related jobs. (REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst)

‘I disavow any and all findings and conclusions in all of my reports and testimony on the Ecuador Project’

The Great Chevron Shakedown Case

Opinion | Erik Telford

A claim against the oil company falls apart in fraud and collusion

Chevron, Watchdog Group Continue To Fight Over 'Most Irresponsible Company' Award

World | Connor D. Wolf

‘Chevron could not provide any evidence of wrongdoing by Amazon Watch’

Fraud-Riddled Awards Name American Company 'Most Irresponsible Company'

Video | Connor D. Wolf

‘The US oil giant received the largest number of the neigh-on 64,000 online votes, followed by Glencore and Walmart’

These 11 Countries Are Losing Their Shirts...And So Are Their Women [PHOTOS]

World | Eric Owens

The Daily Caller weighs in on the world financial crisis

MASTER GUIDE: Everything You Need To Know About World Cup Group E

Sports | Ewan Watt

Become the master you’ve always claimed to be

Ecuador president compares US to Nazi Germany

World | Michael Bastasch
Ecuador President Rafael Correa

‘Such words and ideas pose extreme danger,’ he says of American exceptionalism

Ecuador president: helping Snowden was a mistake

World | William Green
Ecuadorean President Rafael Correa AP Photo (Credit:Martin Mejia)
President closes door on leaker's main hope for asylum

Where is Ed Snowden? Julian Assange says he's 'healthy and safe'

Politics | Alex Pappas

NSA leaker didn’t board a flight from Moscow to Cuba on Monday

Iran ally Ecuador says it would consider Snowden asylum request

Politics | Josh Peterson

Should NSA whistle-blower Edward Snowden decide to seek asylum from the U.S. government, Ecuador is now one of several options for him.