What next for Bolivia?

A simple haircut can make Alfredo Mamani feel like things are getting back to normal. The school teacher is glad to get a trim after three tense weeks in Bolivia that have upturned its government.

Bolivian senator declares herself acting president

Bolivian Sen. Jeanine Anez declared herself the country's acting leader Tuesday, despite a boycott by former President Evo Morales' allies that left the legislative chamber short of the legal minimum number of lawmakers required to appoint her.

Bolivian President Evo Morales steps down

Bolivian President Evo Morales resigned Sunday amid growing opposition after an international audit found the results of last month's election could not be validated because of "serious irregularities."

Bolivia's Amazon is on fire, too

While the world's attention focuses on the destructive Amazon wildfires in Brazil, devastating blazes have decimated swathes of tropical forests and savannah in neighboring Bolivia.

22 hearses took flowers to El Paso memorial

Funeral director Salvador Perches didn't know what to do with more than 1,000 floral arrangements that were delivered from as far as France and Australia to honor Margie Reckard, whose husband invited strangers to mourn her.

Llama sacrifice site found in Lake Titicaca

Sprawling across the Andean mountain border between Bolivia and Peru, Lake Titicaca is a popular spot with travelers who visit the floating reed islands of the Uru people, or the religious festivals of Copacabana.