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Coloring books and historical reenactments help keep the late president's legend alive for a new generation.
News analysis: It's going to be a bad year for Venezuela's leader Nicolas Maduro.
Analysis: The US president imposed sanctions on Venezuelan government officials. He needs to take these not-so-small issues into account.
The government's handing out grocery loyalty cards that promise bargains and the chance to win amazing prizes. What's the catch?
Amid a rising death toll, defiant demonstrators keep battling with government forces but their diffuse aims are still far from reach.
President Nicolas Maduro pulls out a secret weapon against Venezuela's bad press: adorable pets.
Model and telenovela actress Monica Spear and her ex-husband were killed, and their 5-year-old daughter was injured, in an apparent robbery while on vacation in Venezuela.
Not Tokyo. Not London. Think south, and left.
‘We have to guarantee that everybody has a plasma television and the latest-generation fridge,’ a government official said before deploying troops to shopping centers.
A month before municipal elections, some say the socialist government is trying to buy votes even as the economy spirals.
Update: Washington has responded to Caracas’ expulsions by kicking out three Venezuelan diplomats, the latest tit-for-tat between Venezuela and the northern superpower it says stinks like Satan.
First the toilet paper was running out. Now, squeezed by Venezuela's currency controls, newspapers are shutting because they can't import enough newsprint.
'Syria needs full support against these criminals,' a Venezuelan congressman of Syrian descent says, as Western powers debate a strike on President Bashar al-Assad's forces.
Nicolas Maduro was once Hugo Chavez’s top foreign diplomat. Now that he’s in charge, some of the vitriol persists.
Venezuela's raging legislators step into the ring — otherwise known as parliament — to duke it out over a disputed election.
Protests turn to riots in bitter election aftermath despite calls from both sides for peaceful demonstrations.
Violent protests erupted after Venezuela's disputed election to replace Hugo Chavez. Now Washington and other regional powers are urging Caracas to respect the opposition's demand for recount.
A new poll says Nicolas Maduro's lead is shrinking, but, as Hugo Chavez's hand-picked successor, he remains the overwhelming favorite in Sunday's election.
Protesters say bikers dressed in Chavez's socialist party colors robbed them and fired guns at them. The government blames Washington.
Hugo Chavez's old rival Henrique Capriles slams interim President Nicolas Maduro for exploiting the corpse of El Comandante ahead of the April 14 vote.