The latest news on Chávez, Hugo
Hints of the Chavez to come are evident in U.S. News's coverage of his first electoral victory.
Wily leader may still lead from beyond the grave, experts say.
CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) — Even in death, Hugo Chavez's orders are being followed. The man he anointed to succeed him, Vice President Nicolas Maduro, will continue to run Venezuela as interim president and be the governing socialists' candidate in an election to be called within 30 days.
Another day, another near-death news report for the man who upended U.S. foreign policy in Latin America.
CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) — Tens of thousands of chanting supporters of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez rallied outside his presidential palace Thursday in an exuberant symbolic inauguration for a leader too ill to return home for the real thing.
Some say the ads appeal to a Cuban-American community that is dying out.
Controversial Venezuelan leader gives approval to fellow incumbent president up for re-election.
President Evo Morales has been waging a campaign against every living former president and anyone else of prominence who dares to oppose him.
President Obama's silence on press freedom in Latin America is troubling.
Gingrich shares his antagonism towards the judicial system with tyrants like Hugo Chavez.