Venezuela: ‘Just imagine Chavez’s triumphant return’
Caracas slums are hopeful for Hugo Chavez’s glorious comeback.
Latin America: where clubbing can be deadly
Missing fire extinguishers and flouting other health and safety codes, Latin American nightclubs have been the scene of deadly blazes before.
Hugo Chavez sends letter from sickbed to regional summit
Hugo Chavez, Venezuela's cancer-stricken president, sent a letter from his sickbed to a regional summit.
Venezuela: Uribana prison closed after riot
Officials have closed Uribana prison in Barquisimeto, Venezuela, following two days of riots.
Venezuelan official says Chavez getting 'systemic medical treatment:' Report
Chavez reportedly getting continued treatment in Cuba.
Venezuela prison riot leaves dozens dead
Venezuela suffered another bloody prison riot.
Cuba internet: Wired, but not connected
Analysis: Why the island’s internet upgrade won’t bring relief to web-starved Cubans.
Mary Jo White, former federal prosecutor, to be nominated for SEC chairwoman
President Barack Obama plans to nominate Mary Jo White to be the next chairwoman of the Securities and Exchange Commission today.
Hunger for Chavez news prompts media mishaps
Spanish daily El Pais irks Venezuela with front-page false Chavez photo of a hospitalized man with a breathing tube.
Photo of Hugo Chavez, purportedly taken after his last operation, published online
A photo of the ailing Venezuelan president was published on Twitter and purportedly shows Chavez walking with the assistance of another man in the Cuban capital Havana.
Hugo Chavez cancer treatment moves to physiotherapy, ally Evo Morales says
Venezuela's president Chavez not seen since cancer surgery Dec. 10.
Obama inauguration broadcast in Cuba
Many Cubans watch live broadcast of a US president taking the oath for the first time, thanks to Venezuelan TV Telesur.
Hugo Chavez is 'gaining strength,' says VP Nicolas Maduro
Hugo Chavez, Venezuela's ailing leader, is preparing to enter a 'second stage of recovery,' according to Maduro.
Where is the worst place for abortions?
On the 40th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, GlobalPost looks at abortion rights around the world.
Hugo Chavez, 1954 - 2013: A look back through the years (PHOTOS)
A look through the years at Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez.
Latin America takes action to decriminalize abortion
Roe v. Wade provides framework for progressing past restrictive laws.
Hugo Chavez appears to be making a recovery, says Venezuelan government
Venezuela's president has struggled to recover from cancer surgery in Cuba.
Venezuelan leaders meet with Cuba's Raul Castro in Havana
Venezuela's senior leaders are in Cuba to visit President Hugo Chavez, who remains in critical condition after his latest cancer operation.
Hugo Chavez brother says he's not in a coma
Adnan Chavez, the brother of Hugo Chavez, says he's not in a coma and urged Venezuelans not to believe in rumors.
Chavez lived, Chavez lives and Chavez will live
Venezuela's president may be on his way out, but the government is working hard to ensure that his legacy lives on.
Venezuela: Thousands rally to support Chavez
Venezuela's Hugo Chavez has the support of thousands chanting outside his presidential palace.
Hugo Chavez ceremony delay fine with Venezuela Supreme Court
Ailing President Hugo Chavez can be sworn in later, Venezuela Supreme Court says.
Hugo Chavez to miss swearing-in ceremony in Venezuela
President Hugo Chavez, recovering from cancer surgery in Cuba, is unable to take Venezuela's oath of office.
Terror is lapping at Latin America’s shores, according to some US conservatives
An on-again-off-again US official is now in the private sector, peddling documents he says proves Iran and Venezuela are in dangerous collaboration.
Diosdado Cabello: Chavez's potential replacement?
Diosdado Cabello, a Hugo Chavez ally who was re-elected leader of Venezuela's National Assembly, could be a stand-in for the ailing leader.
Vittorio Missoni, Italian fashion mogul, missing near Venezuela
Airplane carrying head of Missoni fashion house goes missing off coast of Venezuela.
Chavez can be sworn in by Supreme Court: Venezuela VP
Venezuela's VP has said that Chavez can be sworn in as president by the Supreme Court if he is unable to attend the inauguration.
Venezuela: National Assembly to meet, make decisions on Chavez inauguration
At issue: Can President Hugo Chavez be sworn in next week for another term?
Is Venezuela harboring Hezbollah?
American conservatives warn of militant Islam's spread in Latin America. But their claims are hard to prove.
Chatter: Hugo Chavez battling severe lung infection
Venezuela's president suffers "complications" brought on by a lung infection, the Pakistani schoolgirl activist shot by the Taliban is discharged from hospital, and an Iranian man's hairy eyeball.
Venezuela on the verge of crisis over Chavez’s health
Analysis: As the Venezuelan president battles complications after a cancer operation in Cuba, politicians look poised to fill the power void.