The latest news on Venezuela
Edward Snowden supporters will bring flowers and thank you cards to D.C. embassies.
Venezuela publicly offered Snowden asylum Friday, but has not heard from him.
Washington holds all the cards but risks legitimizing the Chavez protege’s ill-gotten hold on power.
Shooting comes two months after Venezuela expelled two other U.S. military attaches.
Experts, officials explain double standard in sequestration cuts.
New Venezuelan president at a crossroads for burgeoning threat to U.S.
Arctic encroachment, Venezuelan narcoterrorism among top threats, officials say.
Two weeks out, Chavez's successor Maduro spits venom at reformer Capriles.
The country's new leader must find the apolitical footing needed to foster sustainable progress and production increases.
The closeness of Venezuela's ties to the Iranian regime are suddenly an open question