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Venezuelans Are Protesting Salt Bae’s Miami Steakhouse
Protests come a few days after embattled Venezuelan president Nicolás Maduro ate at Salt Bae’s restaurant in Istanbul while his own citizens starve.
Report: U.S. Official Met With Rebel Venezuelans Who Wanted to Overthrow Maduro
Nothing ever came of the gatherings, but Venezuela’s hardline leader will likely use them to bolster his anti-American bona fides.
Crackdown Feared in Venezuela After Alleged Assassination Attempt on Maduro
A bizarre alleged attack on Venezuela’s president may help him consolidate even more power in the country.
American Freed From Venezuelan Prison Meets With Trump in Oval Office
Joshua Holt’s release may signify a thaw in Caracas-Washington relations.
Maduro Wins Second Term in Shattered Venezuela As U.S. Promises New Sanctions
The election was marked by accusations of fraud, and most of the president’s opposition boycotted it.
Flake Calls Trump a Model for Speech-Suppressing Tyrants
Instead of issuing Fake News Media Awards, Trump was blasted by a senator calling him the inspiration for free-speech enemies everywhere.
Trump ‘Won’t Rule Out’ Military Option in … Venezuela?
The man is completely stable.
Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro Scoffs at ‘Emperor’ Trump’s Sanctions
The leader is defiant over his controversial vote as two opposition leaders are reportedly arrested.
U.S. Sanctions Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro After Controversial Vote
The U.S. has frozen the leader’s assets, but stopped short of undertaking broader economic sanctions.
Goldman Sachs Accused of Giving ‘Lifeline’ to Venezuela’s Socialist Dictator
As Nicolás Maduro’s forces kill protesters and poor Venezuelans starve, the bank’s bond deal put $865 million into the ruling regime’s coffers.
Socialists Sub Chávez for God in Venezuelan Prayer
have taken over the Lord’s Prayer.
Edward Snowden Finally Has Some Asylum Offers [Updated]
Venezuela, Nicaragua, and Bolivia have all reached out.