Evo Morales' party claimed victory in a presidential election that appeared to reject the right-wing policies of the interim government that took power in Bolivia after the leftist leader resigned and fled the country a year ago.
Every year on March 23, “Día Del Mar” or "National Day of the Sea," marks the “historical injustice” of the 250-mile Pacific coast that Bolivia lost to Chile in the War of the Pacific.
You thought it was 2016. But in Bolivia, Aymara New Year just rang in 5524. President Evo Morales reaches way back to pre-Columbian times as a way to update his culture.
President Evo Morales' bid to remain president for the 20 uninterrupted years failed. Is that a sign that Latin America's leftist "pink tide" is ceasing to flow?
When Evo Morales became president of Bolivia in 2006, he set out to, as he put it, claim coca’s rightful place as an indigenous crop, not a controlled substance. Now, the results of his program are reinventing the rules of the game in the War on Drugs.
Bolivian President Evo Morales is staking his bid for a third term on improving the lot of his poorest citizens. But many of those poor Bolivians work in mines, where conditions are deadly and there's little sign that anything is set to improve.
What if President Obama joined the NBA's Washington Wizards? Obama might want to consider that, after he hears what Bolivian President Evo Morales is up to. Morales has just been offered a contract to play professional soccer in Bolivia's first division.
Bolivia accuses European states of "aggression" after its presidential plane was apparently forced to land and searched for Edward Snowden.
Our Geo Quiz today involves the conflict that broke out in 1879, involving Bolivia, Chile, and Peru, known as the War of the Pacific. This war that redrew the map of South America also goes by two other unlikely names.
Evo Morales swept into power in Bolivia as the first indigenous president in a nation that counts indigneous people as almost two-thirds of its population. He promised reforms and has followed through, though many say they're not far-reaching enough. Or they're just not buying in at all.
Bolivian President Evo Morales' efforts to take his revolution into the classroom are meeting with some resistance from the locals.