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The PRI may not have as easy a time as they'd hoped in July's vote.
Chavez says "doing well" after removal of possibly cancerous growth, but Venezuelans wonder how well they would do in his absence.
After he handily won the presidential candidacy, Capriles Radonski seems determined not to get riled up by Hugo Chavez's smear tactics.
More than 40 members of the Gulf cartel were killed while 30 members of the Zetas escaped.
The outgoing president has erected the sign in Ciudad Juarez.
Pro-Chavez forces are questioning the legitimacy of the country's opposition primary.
The country's new opposition leader has faced vitriolic attacks from pro-government forces.
Capriles has unified the opposition like never before under Hugo Chavez's 13-year tenure.
Tension is rising between the two nations, thirty years after they fought over the islands.
One of Colombia's most-wanted paramilitary commanders has been caught. Is this the "end of paramilitarism"?
The PAN has chosen a woman candidate to contest the July elections.
Mario Negromonte is the seventh minister to resign under allegations of corruption under Rousseff
Capital city is banning weapons in an attempt to bring down the murder rate.
The diplomat was kidnapped overnight before being released in one of Caracas' slums this morning.
Photos depict children armed with assault rifles. The opposition says they're being trained for Chavez.
Picture focuses attention on president's currency controls that have led to a scarcity of greenbacks in Venezuela.
López has declared full support for the man most likely to fight Hugo Chávez in October's election.
Prisoners in Venezuela often brandish heavier weapons than the guards that watch them.
As the 30th anniversary of the conflict approaches, the two nations continue to bicker over the islands
Alleged friend of FARC sworn in as head of military