3 hrs ago
Caribbean News Now!
Letter: Another fine mess you have got us in, Stanley
Dear Sir: Is this the prime airline that Gonsalves referred to when he told us that some great airlines would be flying into Argyle? Will this be our 'flag carrier' airline? Will this be as good as it gets? This is a new airline established in 2004, but several bad records have held it back from being a success.
7 hrs ago
Buenos Aires Herald
Ollanta Humala's approval rating in Peru slips to six-month low
President Ollanta Humala's approval rating fell 5 points to a six-month low of 46 percent, reflecting the unpopularity of his proposal to buy an oil refinery owned by Spain's Repsol and his support for Venezuela's new government, an Ipsos poll showed.
Sun May 19, 2013
Venezuela says taking steps to restore US diplomatic ties
Venezuela's recent designation of an acting head of its diplomatic mission in the United States shows the OPEC nation's desire to restore full diplomatic relations, the foreign minister said in an interview broadcast on Sunday.
Sat May 18, 2013
The winners and the losers: Venezuela, terrorism, Spider Man
Volunteer Elana Johnson helps build a garden for veterans at the Valor Apartments in Salt Lake City on Thursday, May 16, 2013.
August 2013 Delegation to Venezuela: The Revolution Continues! 
While the mainstream media speculates about the future of the Bolivarian Revolution since the passing of Hugo Chavez, for the Venezuelan people, there is no question.
The Miami Herald
Dissident ex-general released in Venezuela
Venezuelan authorities have released a dissent ex-general who was jailed on charges of inciting unrest after the country's disputed presidential election.
Fri May 17, 2013
Roiled over rolls: No toilet paper has Venezuelans fuming
LA VICTORIA, Venezuela - Soraida Gil says she can live without coffee but draws the line at toilet paper.
Venezuela's military enters high-crime slums
Stern-looking soldiers clutching assault rifles wave down the beat-up Chevy Caprice entering this sprawling slum on the outskirts of Caracas.
The American Spectator
The View From the Other Side
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.
Costa Rican president in jet scandal
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.
Venezuela Hit By Toilet Paper Shortage Crisis
Venezuelans have been hit by a chronic toilet paper shortage leading to empty supermarket shelves and long queues to snap up the remaining rolls.
Thu May 16, 2013
The Miami Herald
Now Venezuela is running out of toilet paper
First milk, butter, coffee and cornmeal ran short. Now Venezuela is running out of the most basic of necessities - toilet paper.
Wed May 15, 2013
Spanish actors escapes 'savage capitalism' of Europe for...
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 president's private jet use prompts investigation
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.
The food shortage dividing Venezuela
A woman walks out with a bag in her hands. "There is milk!" she says enthusiastically, much to the delight of the other customers.
Tue May 14, 2013
American democracy still a revolutionary idea
There was a pretty remarkable moment last week at the opening of the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum in Dallas.
Log Cabin Democrat
Editorials: Venezuela, China and Europe
Many Americans reasonably detect, and lament, a decline of civility in our political process.
Anti-Israel Maduro Claims He Has Jewish Ancestry
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.
Venezuela opposition TV channel sold
Venezuelan opposition TV channel Globovision has been sold and will change its editorial line, according to a statement published on its website.
Maduro sends troops to fight crime in Caracas streets
PanARMENIAN.Net - Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro on Monday, May 13, sent some 3,000 troops into the streets of the capital of Caracas to crack down on rampant crime, Reuters reported.