Crisis in Venezuela: Anti-Government Protests Descend Into Violence
Security forces fired tear gas to block the way of protesters who want a referendum that could oust President Maduro who they blame for Venezuela’s acute economic crisis that involves chronic shortages of food, medication, electricity, and water.
Venezuelans Lose Half an Hour as the Country's Crisis Deepens
The time zone change in Venezuela is the latest in a litany of emergency measures ordered by President Nicolás Maduro to cope with an acute electricity shortage within a broader economic meltdown and a burgeoning political crisis.
Venezuela's Opposition Can’t Pick a Strategy to Oust the President, So It’s Trying Three
President Nicolás Maduro has never been weaker, but if the opposition doesn't agree soon they may miss their opportunity to regain power.