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IndyCar driver E.J. Viso isn't worried the death of Hugo Chavez will affect state sponsorship of Venezuelan drivers, including himself.
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is under fire for an "un-Islamic" embrace of Hugo Chavez's mother, Elena Frias, at the late Venezuelan president's funeral Friday.
Venezuela on Saturday was awaiting a key ruling from the nation's elections commission about details of a vote to replace Hugo Chavez, including a possible date for the poll.
Venezuela's electoral council has set a presidential election for April 14 to choose the successor to President Hugo Chavez.
No one lives forever _ nor do they last forever. At least not without a lot of tuneups.
Sen. Rand Paul has lit a fuse, one that threatens to blow up President Obama's secret drone program. The Kentucky Republican on Wednesday held a nearly 13-hour filibuster opposing John O. Brennan's nomination as CIA director.
The death of Hugo Chavez evoked an outpouring of sympathy and even admiration from many on the left, who can't decide whether fidelity to socialism, as Mr. Chavez defined it, is more important than human rights, freedom and democracy.
Hugo Chavez's death could very well result in an uncertain and unstable succession battle that will define Venezuela's future for better or worse. With that country one of the world's largest exporters of crude oil and the fourth-largest supplier of crude oil and petroleum products to the United States, the Obama administration needs to get active in helping to shape events in a positive direction.
Venezuelan-owned big oil franchise Citgo flew flags at half staff outside of its Houston offices Wednesday to mourn the death of Hugo Chavez. Citgo confirmed with KHOU 11 News that its flags, including the American flag and Texas flag, would be lowered for the late president.