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Some Venezuelans are using humor to fill the information vacuum left by ailing Hugo Chavez's absence.
The president may be back from Cuba, but none of the uncertainty has been cleared up. Here's a look at possible scenarios.
The Venezuelan government's news that Hugo Chavez is back from Cuba boosts his supporters and agitates his rivals.
Despite the 'proof-of-life' photos released of Chavez on Friday, many are questioning the leader's return to Venezuela.
The Chavez government is devaluing the currency, the bolivar fuerte, to rein in the deficit and bring in dollars. But Venezuelans fear higher prices.
Caracas slums are hopeful for Hugo Chavez’s glorious comeback.
Spanish daily El Pais irks Venezuela with front-page false Chavez photo of a hospitalized man with a breathing tube.
Venezuela's president may be on his way out, but the government is working hard to ensure that his legacy lives on.
After a long silence on a cancer recovery trip to Havana, Hugo Chavez is back in Venezuela just as his party gears up for a tough election.
Venezuelan judge Maria Lourdes Afiuni claims she was raped while in custody, but the Chavez government says she's telling "lies."
The recently re-elected Venezuelan president needs more care in Cuba six months after radiation therapy there.
Detained blogger Yoani Sanchez's husband fumes to GlobalPost: Cuban government has 'no logic whatsoever ... I want to understand what they're thinking.'
Hugo Chavez supporters back Barack Obama, while some of the strongman's enemies in Venezuela favor Chavez-bashing Republican Mitt Romney.
Cuban government will consistently oppose whichever candidate is elected.
Hugo Chavez defeated challenger Henrique Capriles Radonski in Venezuela's presidential election, but only just barely.
Venezuelans were up as early as 3 a.m. this morning to vote in the country's tightest presidential election since Hugo Chavez first came to power 13 years ago.
Will the Venezuelan capital's stratospheric crime rate hurt Hugo Chavez's bid for re-election?
Venezuelans, especially the hundreds who’ve received free homes, say their everlasting leader is ‘the only president that’s done anything for Venezuela.’
Is Hugo Chavez still as relevant as he believes to a US government that has edged away from the policies of Bush?
Gunmen in Hugo Chavez’s home state shot down activist allies of Henrique Capriles just a week before the Oct. 7 vote.