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Why this filmmaker doesn't want Hollywood's $100 million

by Kai Ryssdal and Bridget Bodnar Aug 31, 2017
Nicolás Lopez used his "Chile-wood" to make "Hazlo Como Hombre" for less than a million dollars.
Ignacia Allamand as Luciana, Mauricio Ochmann as Raúl and Humberto Busto as Eduardo in "Hazlo Como Hombre."
Courtesy of Pantelion Films

ICE releases mothers and children who came to U.S. from Central America

by Marketplace Contributor Dec 21, 2016
The release coincided with a state judge’s ruling that Texas could not license two family detention facilities as child care centers.
Central American women and children rest in a cafeteria of a San Antonio Mennonite church after being released from detention facilities in South Texas.
Joey Palacios/Texas Public Radio

Venezuelan politicians meet as economy sputters

by Jed Kim Nov 3, 2016
Critics have accused the government of economic mismanagement.
People demonstrate against the government of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro in Caracas on October 26, 2016.
RONALDO SCHEMIDT/AFP/Getty Images

Zika virus scares off travelers — for now

by Tony Wagner Apr 20, 2016
People won't stop traveling, 'they'll just go other places.'
People gather on Copacabana beach, a landmark tourist destination in Rio, on February 26, 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The Zika virus outbreak, which may be linked to a surge in microcephaly cases in the country, is threatening tourism in Brazil which expects to profit from hundreds of thousands of foreign visitors travelling to Rio de Janeiro during the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. The World Health Organization (WHO) has declared the outbreak, centered in Brazil, to be a 'public health emergency of international concern'.
Mario Tama/Getty Images

Venezuela's opposition party gains power

by Kai Ryssdal and Mukta Mohan Dec 7, 2015
The opposition party is now the majority in Venezuela.

Disney hones "Star Wars" strategy in China, Latin America

by Nova Safo Sep 21, 2015
Disney is widening access to earlier "Star Wars" movies for international audiences.

Legalize drugs? VP Biden says no.

by Mitchell Hartman Mar 6, 2012
In Mexico, Vice President Biden signals the administration is not open to changing drug policy.

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