The Venezuelan leader’s decision to abruptly reverse his blatant power grab has sent the country spiraling into chaos once more.
The advent of peace risks plunging the country into a new kind of conflict, different from any it has faced in its modern history.
For those who’ve benefited from the country’s political revolution, flaunting wealth with pricey timepieces is getting more complicated.
Hugo Chávez's daughter is still living in Venezuela's presidential palace more than a year after his death. It may take a UN appointment to get her out.
In a fifth of the world's nations, people are legally allowed to resist leaders who have overstepped their bounds.
Behind the daily scenes of anti-government protests, another power struggle is underway.