The Smallest Fossilized Monkey Ever Is the Size of a Hamster
Parvimico materdei lived about 18 million years ago in what is now the Peruvian Amazon.
Canada Grants More Religions Ability to Import Ayahuasca
A total of five religious groups now are allowed to use the hallucinogenic in their ceremonies.
I Biked the Most Dangerous Road in the World
The old highway that connects the city of La Paz with the tropical Bolivian Yungas is one of the most dangerous roads on the planet. For daring cyclists, it’s a tourist destination.
Miguel Ángel Vicente de Vera
Here’s what Uruguay has learned when it comes to legalizing weed
After becoming the first country to legalize cannabis the sky has not fallen but problems over securing supply and bank access continue.
Want To Help Save the Planet? Stop Doing Coke
Reminder: Even your moderate consumption contributes to significant deforestation.
My Life as an International Cocaine Smuggler
Pieter "Posh Pete" Tritton was making £30,000 a month while he was still in his twenties – but it wasn't long before it all came crashing down.
"We will kill all trans people here": El Salvador's trans community lives in fear
See the Amazonian Way of Life Before It's Gone
Misha Vallejo's intimate photo essay captures everyday people before the new Manta-Manaus Corridor transforms South America.
How Jim Jones Went from Civil Rights Leader to Cult Murderer
Before he was the notorious head of a murder-suicide cult, the Indiana preacher was a socialist who fought Jim Crow.
Trump Towers Rio still hasn't been built — and the residents it pushed out couldn't be happier
Behind The Lens
Inside The Rolling Stones' Trip Across Latin America
We sit down with the filmmakers of new doc 'Olé Olé Olé!' to find out how they chronicled a band that's done it all already, culminating in The Stones playing to 1 million fans in Cuba.
Four Killed Amidst Copa Libertadores Celebrations
Most people involved in Wednesday night's celebrations were predominantly cheering for the same side.
Liam Daniel Pierce