Oops! Adidas Misspells Colombia In Copa America AdsThe ads, which showed Colombian players in the home white jerseys, were pulled by Adidas after social media widely ridiculed he company for spelling the country "Columbia."
Colombia Rides First Half Goals To 2-0 Win Over U.S. In Copa OpenerColombia beat the United States 2-0 Friday night in the opener of the Copa America.
Authorities: Man Hid Heroin In Underwear On Flight From Colombia To JFKA man was busted at John F. Kennedy International Airport last week, after U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents allegedly found heroin in his underwear.
Colombian National Women’s Cycling Team Creates Stir With New Uniforms They're called cycling kits, the uniforms that cyclists wear in every color of the rainbow, but the color 'nude' has sparked something of an international incident.
World Cup Quarterfinal Win Puts Brazil Into Collective CelebrationAs the final whistle blew, the Vai Vai drum corps erupted into high gear, as women danced a frenetic samba, men ran around lifting plastic chairs into the air, and parents held toddlers aloft in glee as the party prepared to roll all night.
6 Animal Look-alikes Of The World CupThe players and coaches have been channeling their inner spiritual animal this year.
Accused Colombian Cocaine Distributor, Known As 'El Loco,' Pleads Not Guilty Daniel Barrera, 44, is charged with conspiracy to import narcotics, which can carry a mandatory minimum of 10 years in prison, or a maximum of life in prison if he is convicted.
King Refuses To Meet With Colombian Prostitute In Secret Service ScandalRep. Peter King said that a meeting with the woman, identified by her lawyer as Dania Londono Suarez, is "simply not necessary."
NY Rep. King Calls Alleged Actions Of Secret Service Members 'Irresponsible'President Barack Obama says he expects the investigation of Secret Service misconduct in Colombia to be thorough and rigorous, and says he will "be angry'' if the allegations turn out to be true.
Russian Arms Dealer 'Merchant Of Death' Viktor Bout Convicted In NYC Federal CourtA shadowy Russian arms dealer was convicted Wednesday of seeking to make millions of dollars by selling heavy weaponry to a terror group so it could attack what prosecutors said he told his customers was a common enemy - U.S. forces helping the Colombian government.
Jury Selection Begins In Accused Former Soviet Arms Dealer's NYC TrialJury selection got off to a rocky start Tuesday in the arms sale trial of a former Soviet military officer known as the Merchant of Death when reporters were initially kept out of the federal courtroom.
Teaneck Stabbing Suspect Arrested In Florida Before Escaping To ColombiaCustoms agents in Florida arrested a suspect in a fatal New Jersey stabbing minutes before his flight took off for Colombia. Authorities found Pedro Guittierez had flown from JFK Airport to Orlando on Tuesday.