Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Tim Gaynor of Reuters News Agency and co-author of an investigative report that reveals evidence of a connection between Colombia's cocaine trade and groups tied to al Qaeda.
Secretary of State Clinton has arrived in Chile to offer American support after the powerful earthquake that struck there on Saturday. Chile's President Michelle Bachelet said a huge aid effort was underway. The BBC's Andy Gallagher is in Concepción.
The BBC's Gideon Long has the latest on the rescue operation for the 33 miners trapped 2,300 feet below the earth's surface. At more than a month, the men have now been trapped underground longer than anyone on record.
Authorities in Colombia have been fighting an effective battle against drug traffickers. Police have confiscated thousands of assets for use as evidence in court. But John Otis reports from Bogota that keeping track of everything has proved impossible.
One of the biggest rap groups in Venezuela have released their first album in the US. The group, Cuarto Poder, got their start over ten years ago playing in a historic square in Caracas. Reporter Will Grant met some band members there.