Venezuela Is Using Fake AI American Newscasters to Spread Disinformation
The same A.I. technology has also appeared to promote propaganda in Burkina Faso and China.
Thousands of Migrants Are Arriving in El Paso. They Have Nowhere to Sleep.
Since the beginning of September, over 1,100 migrants have been arriving every day in El Paso, more than 90 percent of them from Venezuela.
Ethereum Companies Suddenly Ban Users In Certain Countries
Social media is flooded with reports of users in Venezuela not being able to use MetaMask and Infura, and Iranian users being locked out of OpenSea.
Venezuela's Elite Flew Helicopters to Party on a Sacred Mountain
The trip sparked outrage for the damage caused to the Kusari mountain, and the display of wealth during the country's ongoing economic crisis.
US Mercenary Behind Failed Venezuela Coup Is Going Hollywood
Documents reveal Jordan Goudreau, the ex-Green Beret behind the 'Operation Gideon' fiasco, has started a company called Gofast Productions.
24 Women Soccer Players Accuse Venezuela's Ex-Youth Coach of Sexual Abuse
The alleged abuse took place between 2013 and 2017 while Kenneth Zseremeta was coach of two women's youth soccer teams.
Venezuela’s Ex–Spy Chief Caught After Years Disguised in Wigs and Fake Mustaches
The DEA finally caught up with Hugo Carvajal, the former military intelligence chief of the regime of President Hugo Chávez, in Spain.
The Coltan in Your Smartphone is Financing Colombian Guerrilla Armies
A recent seizure highlights how “corrupt Colombian government officials have helped to launder Venezuelan coltan into licit supply chains in Colombia,” said one expert.
Wild Video Shows Ex-Cop Plowing Into a Crowded Bus Stop in an SUV
Authorities chased down the vehicle and arrested the driver after he crashed again in Caracas, Venezuela.
‘We Just Really Want Them Back’: Families of Americans Captured in Failed Venezuela Coup Say They Were Duped
A year after two ex-Green Berets were caught up in a farcical, doomed invasion, their loved ones are still searching for answers.
A Prison Gang Built a Lavish Baseball Stadium Behind Bars
The sports facility was reportedly built by members of the Tren de Aragua gang in Venezuela, and shows the growth of criminal power and wealth within the prison system.
This Is What It's Like Trying to Buy Drugs During Venezuela's Economic Crisis
Hyperinflation has hit so hard that even the street drug trade is collapsing.