It didn't win, but the socialist party tripled its seat count in an election that was anti-establishment.
Theresa Malkiel came to New York as a teen after fleeing anti-Semitic violence in Russia. Eighteen years later, she founded Women's Day, the forerunner of IWD.
Canada’s New Democratic Party is struggling to find out why it failed to resonate with voters in the last federal election that was its best chance ever to form government.
Polar makes 80 percent of the beer consumed in Venezuela, but a standoff with the socialist government threatens to stop the flow of booze to the country's consumers, the latest looming shortage to affect the country.
Legislators belonging to President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner's majority coalition have proposed updating a 1988 anti-discrimination law to outlaw "offensive" speech on the internet. Critics call the proposal an attack on free speech.
In a tweet during a football match, Calderon made a dig at Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro. And the backlash came quick.
Valls described the party as "an immense and obvious danger."
President Michelle Bachelet has enough votes in Congress to pass the changes, despite opposition from defenders of the Pinochet-era laws. Bachelet has promised to eventually legalize full gay marriage.
Young pro-independence activists from Glasgow’s impoverished Easterhouse suburb explain why they’re fed up with Scotland’s Union with Britain.