Yesterday | USA Today
LA VICTORIA, Venezuela - Soraida Gil says she can live without coffee but draws the line at toilet paper.
Yesterday | Seattle Times
Stern-looking soldiers clutching assault rifles wave down the beat-up Chevy Caprice entering this sprawling slum on the outskirts of Caracas.
Yesterday | The American Spectator
Just as the American international security establishment - DoD, CIA, State - maintains continuing assessments of nations considered potential or actual adversaries, these countries do the same in respect to the United States.
Yesterday | BBC News
Revelations that Costa Rica's president used the jet of a Colombian with alleged links to drugs trafficking have led to three high-profile resignations.
Spanish actor Willy Toledo has announced he will leave Spain and its "savage capitalism" to seek refuge in the utopian paradise that is the Castro regime's Cuba.
Costa Rica's President Laura Chinchilla came under pressure on Tuesday after the government admitted she had used a private jet owned by a foreign oil company, prompting an investigation by the attorney general's office.
There was a pretty remarkable moment last week at the opening of the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum in Dallas.
Many Americans reasonably detect, and lament, a decline of civility in our political process.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has dismissed accusations that his country's ties with Iran are fostering anti-Semitism in Latin America, explaining that Caracas is critical of Israel's policies, not the Jewish people.
Venezuelan opposition TV channel Globovision has been sold and will change its editorial line, according to a statement published on its website.
PARIS: Carlos the Jackal, the Marxist militant once ranked among the world's most wanted criminals, launched an appeal Monday against a life sentence for bomb attacks that killed 11 people three decades ago.
Empresas Polar chief executive Lorenzo Mendoza gives a news conference at his office in Caracas, Venezuela, Monday, May 13, 2013.
Maybe it was because of the great date I went on last night, but I had a dream about you where I met you again.
At the Catalyst Conference in Dallas, Texas, controversial pastor Mark Driscoll ignited the Twittersphere yet again when he made it known that he isn't concerned with caring for creation.