The congressman and the president of Casa de Venezuela discussed what the U.S. can do about the ongoing humanitarian crisis and dictatorship that has led to tens of thousands fleeing the South American country.
President Donald Trump's personal lawyer allegedly interfered in favor of a member of the so-called Chavist "bolibourgeoisie" in Venezuela.
"Visa Para Un Sueño" is the new Broadway-style musical that tells the story of what millions of immigrants have to endure when arriving in the United States before achieving the longed-for American dream.
One association of private schools alone has reported nearly 4,500 children left behind in Venezuela.
“Visa Para Un Sueño” es el nuevo musical al estilo Broadway que narra la historia de tantos millones de inmigrantes al llegar a Estados Unidos antes de lograr el anhelado sueño americano.
So far, there have been no reports of fatalities from Tuesday's earthquake.
The accounting adjustment to remove five zeros from Venezuela's currency is part of President Nicolás Maduro's "economic expansion and recovery" plan.
An ongoing socio-economic crisis in Venezuela has caused people to emigrate from the South American nation in droves.
Nikki Haley, U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, visited the Colombian-Venezuelan border last week and criticized the government of Nicolás Maduro for the humanitarian crisis in his country.
Nikki Haley, embajadora estadounidense ante las Naciones Unidas, visitó la frontera colombo-venezolana la semana pasada y criticó al gobierno de Nicolás Maduro por la crisis humanitaria que vive el país.
Roraima, one of the poorest states of Brazil, has received nearly 50,000 Venezuelans which has significantly elevated demands on regional public services.
Who was Edmundo Chirinos, a psychiatrist that drugged and raped patients, who also provided therapy to former Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez? A successful book about the man has now been adapted into a theater play.
¿Quién era Edmundo Chirinos, un psiquiatra que trató a Hugo Chávez y acabó en la cárcel por asesino?
President Nicolas Maduro was not harmed in the attack that took place over the weekend, although several others were injured.
Despite its enormous resources, Venezuela is going through a severe economic crisis that has descended into a nationwide shortage of basic foods and medicines as well as deficient public services.
Bajo el esquema que pusieron en práctica en esta campaña, que comenzó el sábado en Caracas, si un donante entrega un analgésico recibe un punto, mientras un antibiótico vale tres puntos y un medicamento caro, cinco. Así que los donantes pudieron escoger de entre cientos de discos compactos y discos de vinilo. Ocho de cada 10 fármacos están faltando en las farmacias venezolanas.
Eight out of 10 pharmaceuticals are lacking in Venezuela. Under the scheme of this campaign, which started on Saturday in Caracas, if a donor provides a painkiller they get one point while an antibiotic is worth three and an expensive medication is five. Donors can choose from hundreds of compact discs and vinyl records of any genre.
Casa de Venezuela and city political representatives commemorated Venezuelan independence — while hoping for a second revolution.
Venezuela has been in an ongoing political and socioeconomic crisis for years.
The ongoing crisis in Venezuela has forced residents to find often precarious alternatives to public transportation.
The U.S. Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo, also warned the Maduro administration that the U.S. would respond "proportionately" to Venezuela's expulsion of U.S. diplomats.
The presidential elections in Venezuela are marked by a historical abstention and an international community that refuses to recognize the results. Meanwhile, the country slowly disappears between disaster, hunger and despair.
Los comicios presidenciales en Venezuela se vieron marcadas por una abstención histórica y el desconocimiento internacional de la democracia en el país.
Venezuela President Nicolas Maduro has won re-election until 2025 amid mounting criticisms.
Nicaragua has been experiencing a new wave of violence in its streets for several weeks, fueled by the reform promoted by the current government of Daniel Ortega.
Desde hace varias semanas, Nicaragua vive una nueva oleada de violencia en sus calles, alimentada por la reforma impulsada por el gobierno actual de Daniel Ortega que incluye un aumento de contribuciones individuales en el sistema de pensiones.