After the U.S. lifted its sanctions, Venezuela is trying to revive its beleaguered oil industry. But ramping up production is causing more oil spills.
Millions of Venezuelans have migrated to escape authoritarian rule and their country's worst economic crisis. For the first time, they're the largest group detained for entering the U.S. irregularly.
Venezuelans replaced Mexicans for the first time on record, according to new figures that show September was the second-highest month for arrests of all nationalities.
The Biden administration says flights will resume immediately, its latest attempt to discourage Venezuelan migrants from making the dangerous journey to the U.S.-Mexico border.
As a crisis continues to grip Venezuela, millions of its citizens have fled to Colombia and the city of Medellín, where many find a progressive reputation little more than an empty promise.
Cross-border trade between Colombia and Venezuela has slowly opened up after the countries reengaged following years of bad relations.
A newly unsealed grand jury indictment alleges that former Rep. David Rivera, a well-connected Florida Republican, illegally acted on Venezuela's behalf.
The Biden administration has extended an olive branch to Venezuela. It might sway Caracas to resume talks with the opposition for elections, and eventually let Venezuelan oil back on the world market.
The Biden administration agreed to accept up to 24,000 Venezuelan migrants at U.S. airports while Mexico has agreed to take back Venezuelans who come to the U.S. illegally over land.
A landslide fueled by flooding and days of torrential rain swept through a town in central Venezuela, leaving at least 22 people dead, authorities said Sunday.
Leonard Francis, a Malaysian defense contractor nicknamed "Fat Leonard" who orchestrated one of the largest bribery scandals in U.S. military history, had fled house arrest prior to his sentencing.
A high-level delegation traveled to the South American country last weekend to in part discuss the health of detained U.S. citizens.
From their unlikely start as rival contestants in a music competition, the Venezuelan cuatro players of C4 Trio have become a big concert draw. They're releasing a series of EPs ahead of a new album.
Many are small for their age — a sign of a growing crisis of malnutrition. Government mismanagement is to blame, say political analysts. And there could be lifelong impacts for these children.
Venezuelan opponents and U.S. officials were predicting his demise years ago. But Nicolás Maduro and his Socialist Party remain firmly in power.