Venezuela will hunt down and jail leaders of violent protests that have rocked the country since April, its new top prosecutor said on Thursday, a day before a hate crimes law was expected to be approved despite fears that it will be used to crush dissent.
Fox News senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano on whether the United States has the authority to intervene in Venezuela.
More than any other industry, autos have been the focus of U.S. President Donald Trump's anger over the North American Free Trade Agreement.
The Cuban government said on Monday the freeze on new licenses for some private-sector occupations would not last years, in an attempt to reassure citizens worried about an apparent pause in the liberalization of the economy.
Immigration expert Elvira Salazar weighs in on the Trump administration's new immigration initiative and the crisis in Venezuela.
CME Group Chairman and CEO Terry Duffy weighs in on the Fed funds futures, U.S. natural gas exports and the crisis in Venezuela.
The Heritage Foundation policy analyst Ana Quintana and Victims of Communism Executive Director Marion Smith on whether Venezuela is dissolving into a civil war.
Venezuela is in such dire financial straits that the country’s currency, the bolivar, is now less valuable on the black market than fictional “gold” in Blizzard’s “World of Warcraft” computer game, according to a report by Fortune magazine Tuesday.
Stuart Holliday, former ambassador for special political affairs at the United Nations, weighs in on the U.S. sanctions against Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro.
Marxist economist Richard Wolff on how socialism and the price of oil have contributed to the crisis in Venezuela.
'Blood Profits' author Vanessa Neumann weighs in on the crisis in Venezuela.
CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) — Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro asked for global acceptance on Sunday as he cast an unusual pre-dawn vote for an all-powerful constitutional assembly that his opponents fear he'll use to replace his country's democracy with a single-party authoritarian system.
President Nicolas Maduro's adversaries staged a two-day national strike on Wednesday in a final push to pressure him into abandoning a weekend election for a super-congress they say will institutionalize autocracy in Venezuela.
CARACAS (Reuters) - Defying pressure from abroad and at home, Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro said on Sunday that an election would go ahead next weekend for a controversial new congress his foes say will institutionalize dictatorship.
Venezuelan opposition leaders called Monday for a 24-hour nationwide strike to increase pressure on the socialist government after more than 7 million people rejected a plan to rewrite the constitution.
Fox News contributor Robert Wolf weighs in on President Trump's meetings at the G20 summit.
Retired U.S. Army Lt. Col. Ralph Peters said Wednesday the economic and civil unrest in socialist Venezuela is worse than conditions in the Soviet Union.
Fox News strategic analyst Lt. Col. Ralph Peters on the crisis in Venezuela.
U.S.-Cuba Trade & Economic Council President John Kavulich on how Trump's changes to the Obama-era Cuba policy impacts U.S. businesses.
RealClearPolitics Co-Founder Tom Bevan, former Obama Campaign Regional Field Director Robin Biro and former Chief of Staff to Sen. Mike Lee (R-Utah) Boyd Matheson discuss Trump's changes to the Obama-era Cuba policy.