By Associated Press
Venezuela is facing an economic crisis, with residents suffering shortages of electricity, food, gas and medicine. Its political fate is also unclear, as U.S.-backed Juan Guaido challenges President Nicolas Maduro. So far, Maduro has clung to power -- but some…
By Nick Schifrin
Over the past five years, Venezuela’s combination of political instability, economic crisis and humanitarian disaster has driven record numbers of people out of the country to seek refuge elsewhere. The exodus is reshaping the entire continent of South America in…
By Amna Nawaz, Mike Fritz
In Venezuela, years of hardship for millions of people got abruptly worse after the power grid collapsed, intensifying the country's long-running misery.
By Fabiola Sanchez, Scott Smith, Associated Press
The violence came just hours before dueling concerts were to begin on the country's western border with Colombia, where much of the U.S.-supplied aid is being stored in a warehouse.
By Christine Armario, Luis Alonso Lugo, Associated Press
By PBS NewsHour
With the economy in freefall, Venezuelans face nationwide shortages of food at runaway inflation prices, and children are suffering the most: severe malnutrition among kids is rising at an alarming rate. Special correspondent Nadja Drost and videographer Bruno Federico report…
Venezuela is in freefall after years of recession, skyrocketing inflation and a formidable food crisis, sparking outcry and protest. It’s pushed angry Venezuelans to take to the streets on a regular basis, demanding that President Nicolas Maduro step down, and…
By Hannah Drier and Fabiola Sanchez, Associated Press
Venezuela's president and Supreme Court backed down Saturday from a surprise move to strip congress of its legislative powers that had sparked widespread charges that the South American country was no longer a democracy.
Venezuela’s hospitals are crumbling and health care system is in shambles. Kidnappers prey on citizens whose families are rich enough to pay ransom and the capital, Caracas, is the world’s most murderous city. Food is scarce — and expensive. Falling…
By Kayla Ruble
Three people died from gunshot wounds in Venezuela on Saturday after a day of protests from both the opposition and government supporters, bringing the death toll to 34 after five weeks of heated protests against the socialist government of Venezuelan…
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