Brazil's new president visited Washington on Tuesday, and he and President Trump appear to have hit it off. But the mainstream media hates it.
Despite the Trump administration ratcheting up sanctions against Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro, and Maduro’s support among Venezualans eroding, he remains firmly in control.
The United States is closing its embassy in Venezuela and removing the last embassy personnel. This will pave the way for harsher measures against the Maduro government.
Most of Venezuela is without power, and what little is available is unreliable and intermittent. There may be brighter days ahead. Maduro’s attempts to blame his troubles on President Trump are increasingly falling on deaf ears.
Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro has been arresting, detaining, and releasing U.S. journalists and their crews for months. Is he testing the Trump administration, trying to provoke a reaction?
Venezuela’s dictator Nicolás Maduro has been using the military to stop aid coming across the border from Colombia, but some soldiers forced to stop the aid are deserting.
While the United States has sent aid to Venezuelans, Maduro threatens to block the aid from entering his country. Meanwhile, Cuba is helping to keep Maduro in power.