The Trump administration is threatening to essentially deport the family members of Venezuelan military officials if they don’t disobey the Maduro government and allow aid from the United States to enter Venezuela.
Some of the fiercest Muslim rebel commanders in the southern Philippines are in Manila to be sworn in as administrators of a new Muslim autonomy region in a delicate milestone to settle one of Asia's longest-raging rebellions.
Venezuela’s president — and the U.S.-backed opposition looking to oust him from power — are using events at a barricaded border crossing to rally support. Here’s why both sides are only telling half the story.
Gunfire at the Venezuelan border with Brazil has left two dead and 14 people injured in a clash over humanitarian aid between members of an indigenous community and the Venezuelan military and National Guard.
Saturday is Venezuela’s next important moment. Juan Guaidó says international humanitarian aid will get into the country. Lawmakers like Marco Rubio call February 23 the day when the Venezuelan military must decide whether or not to allow aid in.
Gov. Ricardo Rosselló said he’s impressed with Rick Scott’s work on Puerto Rico during early days in the Senate, even though Rosselló endorsed Bill Nelson after fighting with the White House over Hurricane Maria recovery.
ICE officials allowed Reina Gómez Ramírez, a Honduran who crossed the Mexican border in 2005 and has been receiving cancer treatment since 2006 at Jackson Memorial in Miami, to stay in the U.S. for one more year.