A video posted to Twitter shows Joshua Holt, the Utah man who has been detained in Venezuela for almost two years without a trial, boarding an airplane to the United States after being released from Venezuelan custody on Saturday, May, 25, 2018.
Subsidized eggs and frozen chickens may help to explain why President Nicolás Maduro stayed in power. New York Times correspondents followed his supporters as they enticed undernourished citizens to vote for Mr. Maduro in exchange for food.
The government has promised that Venezuelans will be able to use the coins to pay taxes and public services.Maduro has touted the petro as fulfilling the late Hugo Chavez's dream of upending global capitalism away from the dominance of the US doll
As Venezuela’s economy continues to crumble, thousands of its citizens are trekking into Colombia every day — sometimes by walking hundreds of miles on foot through the Andes — to escape chronic shortages of food and medicine, frequent looting and
Venezuelans have been taking to the streets since early April demanding elections, the sacking of Supreme Court judges and freedom for political prisoners. Hundreds have been arrested and a handful have been killed during the widespread protests.
A Doral Police Department motorcycle officer is in the hospital after getting into a crash Friday afternoon at NW 112th Avenue and 90th Street in Doral. The unidentified officer was taken to Jackson Memorial Hospital.
Trash is a major problem in our oceans, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Here's how long it takes for some of the most common types of trash to decompose — including straws, plastic bags and balloons.
University of Miami shark biologist Neil Hammerschlag stars in three episodes of the Discovery Channel’s annual Shark Week film festival, Tiger Shark Invasion. In one, he teaches Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski how to interact with Tiger sharks.