Venezuela arrests three generals for allegedly plotting a coup
In a further blow to the opposition, the mayor of the town of San Cristobal where the anti-government protests started was sentenced to a year in prison.
Venezuela’s government is sinking in a sea of oil
It has nearly as much crude reserves as the US and Saudi Arabia combined. So how come Venezuela's oil production and exports are slipping and the public is raging in the streets?
Death toll in Venezuela protests rises to 36 after pregnant woman and soldier are killed
Streets barriers have become flash points for violence between radical supporters of both sides, who sometimes carry firearms.
Venezuela's US dollar shortage puts its health sector in intensive care
The country imports 60 percent of the medicines it consumes and many of the raw materials for domestic production.
Why the OAS doesn't want you to hear what this woman has to say
The Organization of American States blocked press access to hear a staunch opponent of Venezuela's government.
Venezuela slums shun protests for community work
Many poor Venezuelans say protests have intruded on their daily lives and are doing little to weaken the country's president.
Maduro to Obama: Give peace a chance, don't kill me
The Venezuelan president has made startling claims, even as he calls for talks with Washington.
10 outrageous quotes from Venezuela’s Nicolas Maduro
Hugo Chavez suggested Halloween was a US conspiracy and joked that capitalism had destroyed life on Mars. His successor as Venezuelan president appears determined to outdo him.
Death toll in Venezuela clashes climbs to 29
In Caracas on Sunday, National Guard troops fired tear gas and water cannons to clear anti-government demonstrators.
Venezuela's foreign minister calls Kerry 'murderer'
US officials say Venezuela is using them as a scapegoat, inventing accusations to distract from internal economic and political problems.
Venezuela says death toll from protests rises to 28
More than 300 people have been injured in the unrest.
Venezuela's protests careen into week 5
Amid a rising death toll, defiant demonstrators keep battling with government forces but their diffuse aims are still far from reach.
Generation TBD: A dispatch from the streets of Caracas
Natalie Keyssar describes the protests that have now become a daily routine for many young people around Caracas.
A Chilean woman is the first foreign fatality in the protests in Venezuela
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro canceled a trip to Chile to attend Michelle Bachelet's inauguration as head of state, diplomatic sources said.
'Sniper' attack in Venezuela protest leaves 2 dead
Troops used tear gas and water cannons to disperse several hundred demonstrators in the neighborhood of Los Ruices in eastern Caracas on Thursday.
A night in the life of a Venezuela rioter
Right now government supporters are marching to mark 1 year since Hugo Chavez's death. But at night, for more than 3 weeks, government haters have faced off with security forces. Here's what it's like.
These photos show just how divided Venezuela is right now
Hugo Chavez's would-be successor Nicolas Maduro struggles to contain violent protests as the country marks the first anniversary of Chavez's death.
5 myths about the Venezuela crisis
Hugo Chavez’s legacy polarizes left and right like few other issues. Here, GlobalPost unpacks five of the more contentious claims about Venezuela.
Thousands protest in Venezuela on the eve of Hugo Chavez's death anniversary
The demonstrators said they wanted to show that protesters are not just from the middle-class and that the capital's poorer places are not all strongholds of the socialist government.
Fresh Venezuela protests erupt in Caracas streets after violent clashes
Anti-government protesters march in Caracas, calling for the release of dozens of activists who have been arrested during three weeks of violent demonstrations in Venezuela.
This is what it actually looks like on the ground in Venezuela right now
Burnt out street barricades and graffiti litter Venezuela's streets after weeks of hard protests and clashes.
Who’s who: These are the key figures in Venezuela's political crisis
As protesters and security forces continue to clash in Venezuela, here's a breakdown of all the major players.
The real photos from Venezuela's protests are very disturbing
Some pictures that have gone viral from the protests in Venezuela aren't true. These are.
These fake photos could be fanning the flames of protest in Venezuela
The protests in Venezuela are taking place on social media just as much as they are in person. Watch out for these fake images.
14 protest videos that went viral and changed the world
From Iran's Green Revolution to Occupy Wall Street, scenes of brutality, death, defiance, and laughter have altered the course of recent history.
Meanwhile everyone is waiting for Venezuela's protests to turn violent
More protests are planned in Venezuela today, after Maduro called for direct talks with the US.
Venezuelan expats are tweeting the way for embattled protesters
The government is squeezing critical TV, blocking websites and even cutting off the internet. Here's how Venezuelans abroad are helping protesters cope.
Anti-government protests in Venezuela
There have been near-daily protests, some of them violent, in the capital Caracas and other cities, over what Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro's critics say are deteriorating economic conditions and corruption.
Here's what's happening in Venezuela (LIVE BLOG)
The United States is working with Colombia and other countries to see whether mediation might be possible to bring opposing sides in Venezuela's crisis together for talks, US Secretary of State John Kerry said on Friday.
Violence escalates in divided Venezuela
In San Cristobal city, which some residents are describing as a 'war zone,' many businesses remained shut as students and police faced off in the streets again on Thursday.
Venezuela unrest kills fifth person, imprisoned protest leader Leopoldo Lopez faces court
Hundreds of supporters stood outside the tribunal, holding banners saying 'Free Leopoldo!' as a line of soldiers stood in front with riot shields and gas-canisters.