These jokes about the CIA's busy dance card are a representation of both the hope of the leftist movement, and the jadedness leftists feel.
Juan Téllez is accused of organizing and financing mass blockades across the country that demanded a free and fair general election.
A right-wing power grab in Bolivia could spell the end of a system that has likely kept the drug war in check.
His party and the new transitional government have agreed to call new elections, but Evo Morales, who sought asylum in Mexico, says he's still president.
The party of former President Evo Morales protested the appointment of Jeanine Áñez, and Morales loyalists tried to storm the Congress building on Tuesday night.
Though the US said this month that Bolivia has "demonstrably failed" to fulfill its counter-narcotics commitments, there is less violence, less cocaine, and even less coca in Bolivia than there was before.
Miners used to be allied with president Evo Morales, but now they're protesting violently — so violently that they killed an envoy sent to negotiate.
President Evo Morales said the new academy was Latin America’s answer to the US School of the Americas and its dark history supporting right-wing dictatorships during the Cold War.
Key questions include whether Morales knew the child he said had died as a baby is actually still alive, and whether he was in contact with his former love when she got a job in a company with lucrative government contracts.