Deirdre Fulton, staff writer
In an outcome described as "shocking," "painful," and "unspeakably sad," Colombian voters on Sunday rejected a landmark peace deal that would have ended a deadly 52-year war between the government and FARC guerillas.
Nika Knight, staff writer
Colombians celebrate the signing of the peace accord in Bogotá on Wednesday.
After almost four years of negotiations and over 50 years of war, Colombia's...
Andrea Germanos, staff writer
This post will be updated. The Colombian government and the leftist rebel group...


This Mother's Day, Americans will buy over $2 billion worth of cut flowers for their doubtless worthy mothers. Alas, other worthy mothers - many in Colombia's Bogotá Savanna - will have often produced them, enduring injuries, pesticides, birth defects and obscenely low wages for your pleasure. Also their kids sometimes. Maybe get her a (locally grown) perennial instead?