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Rural inns in the Andes are trying to marry organic coffee production and tourism.
How are Venezuelan businesses coping with the rolling blackouts?
Giving birth naturally is becoming more difficult as doctors and women opt for cesarean sections.
A little-known illness is on the rise in Venezuela.
Venezuela's loquacious leader has decided he can no longer cede the digital sphere his opponents.
A solution to poverty or step in abolishing private property?
Archeologists may never solve the mysteries of a pre-Columbian indigenous site if Venezuela goes ahead with a plan to create a hydroelectric dam.
Few colonial buildings remain in Caracas. Is Chavez changing that or just haphazardly seizing buildings?
In desperate need of water and electricity, Venezuela is "bombing" clouds and praying for rain.
Students march against the shuttering of an opposition TV station popular as much for its soap operas as its news reporting.
The preferred method for Venezuelan kidnappers involves driving victims around while families get the ransom together.
They made their money in Chavez's revolution and seemed untouchable. Now they are in jail.
Why Hugo Chavez hates World of Warcraft, Counter-Strike and The Legend of Zelda.
In Venezuela criminals use Facebook to research targets. Cops use it too — but not always for scrupulous purposes.
The murder of an amateur soccer team has heightened tensions between Colombia and Venezuela.
Venezuela thinks "Family Guy" and "The Simpsons" are unsuitable. But it's OK with "Baywatch."
Venezuela produces some of the world's best cacao — so why doesn't it make chocolate?
Video: Venezuela spends millions of hours and dollars grooming its candidates for beauty competitions.
Colombia's offensive against armed groups has increased the flow of refugees across the Venezuela border.