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
Venezuela on Saturday reopened its border with Colombia after four months of blockades by the country's embattled President Nicolas Maduro. The move spurred thousands of Venezuelans to flood into Colombia in search of supplies amid Venezuela's ongoing political and economic…
In the fourth month of their standoff, neither President Nicolás Maduro and opposition leader Juan Guaidó have been able to deliver a knock-out blow as Venezuela spirals deeper into neglect, isolation and desperation.
By Christopher Torchia, Associated Press
The move paves the way for the opposition leader's prosecution and potential arrest for supposedly violating the constitution when he declared himself interim president.
By Scott Smith, Associated Press
By Christine Armario, Luis Alonso Lugo, 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.
The U.S. and dozens of other countries are pressuring Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro to resign and allow Juan Guaido to take over. Monday, President Trump is expected to address the escalating political crisis in Venezuela during a speech in Florida.
Thousands of people took to the streets as president Nicolas Maduro and his rival and self-proclaimed leader of Venezuela, Juan Guaido, held competing rallies in Caracas. Even though Guaido enjoys support from countries including the U.S., the Venezuelan military continues…
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