“Are you here legally?”
“Are you here legally?”
From Santa Marta to Leticia, the feeling is unique.
A lesbian couple from Medellín is poised to win joint parental rights after a years-long legal battle. But the decision could plant the seed to undo court victories for marriage equality.
No matter your belief system, these sites of worship from all around the world are absolutely stunning to look at. (via saiko3p )
“Hi Papi! I love you. Today is your birthday. Thank you for being my Papi.”
It’s true. Breaking Bad isn’t quite over yet. Well it is. But now you can watch it in Spanish! Ah Colombia, I love you.
Their victory is the latest twist in the country’s winding struggle over same-sex marriage.
And now Walter Blanco is the “Juan” who knocks.
A 4-pound cocaine baby, to be precise.
The human rights arm of the Organization of American States sounds the alarm over a widespread pattern of hate crimes in its 35 member countries.
The pair, Diego and Juan, will marry on July 24 under a ruling handed down by a judge in Bogotá. This is the beginning of the next phase of the fight for marriage equality in Colombia.
Same-sex couples in Colombia are supposed to be able to form legal unions starting Friday. But unclear guidance from top officials could leave lower-level officials confused about whether to call the unions “marriage.”
The actor, who stars in next week’s action flick Erased, is preparing to make a big career move. He can also deliver a helluva punch.
The Senate adjourned Wednesday night without voting on the bill to grant same-sex couples full marriage rights. Absent an unexpected development, all signs suggest it won’t pass when the Senate takes the measure up again on Tuesday.
Secretary of State argues 14 percent cut to spending is just a “readjustment.”
Senate President Roy Barreras announced the new date for the debate after a meeting with LGBT leaders on Monday. Colombia’s Constitutional Court has set a June 20 deadline for action giving same-sex couples equal rights.
After an LGBT rights protestor interrupted an appearance of the Colombian attorney general, the president of the country’s senate put a hold on a same-sex marriage bill scheduled to be debated on April 10. Such “unacceptable behavior will not be tolerated,” he declared.
Key votes on same-sex couples’ marriage rights are scheduled within days in Uruguay and Colombia. These will be the first tests for marriage equality since Pope Francis became the first pontiff from Latin America.
From a drug bust in Colombia, enough bricks of cocaine to build a white castle.
Women in Togo are currently abstaining from sex as a form of non-violent protest. The sex strike is becoming a popular form of opposition in a variety of countries.
Thanks to Lenddo, Colombians can use their Facebook friends as collateral for a loan. Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to social banking.
They’ve pulled it, of course, which was the plan all along.
Turns out one of the agents implicated in the Colombia prostitution scandal has been creeping on Palin, and posting the evidence to Facebook.
New details have emerged about the allegation that Secret Service agents paid for (or in some cases failed to pay for) prostitutes in Cartagena, Colombia. Here’s what we know so far.
Slice of life photographs of the profession at the center of the Secret Service sex scandal. A look at the human side of this ugly and embarrassing incident.
When Secret Service agents visited prostitutes in Colombia, they didn’t just generate bad press — they may also have helped line the pockets of drug cartels.
At the Cafe Havana Salsa Bar in Cartagena, Colombia, the Secretary of State drinks beer and hits the dance floor.
Hill gets chill. Here’s the U.S. Secretary of State spreading some good will in Cartagena, Colombia for the Summit of the Americas. Are these Instagram photos?