Corruption is under the spotlight in much of Latin America today. Senators in Brazil will vote Wednesday to impeach President Dilma Rousseff, who is accused of hiding a budgetary deficit to help her win re-election in 2014.
But Brazil is far from alone. An anti-corruption wave seems to be sweeping across the region. Last year, Guatemala's former president, Otto Perez Molina, went to jail after a corruption scandal engulfed his government. Now leaders and dealmakers in Argentina, Chile and Venezuela are also being exposed for their own bribery or corruption scandals. Read More