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Latest Venezuela Items
This fall, while other universities pursue a national pigskin championship, the free-market "Chicago Boys" of the University of Chicago will face off against that "progressive" economic team from City Hall - the "Cronies."
Mets closer Francisco Rodriguez was charged Wednesday with seven counts of criminal contempt for sending his girlfriend dozens of text messages begging for forgiveness, violating a restraining order issued after he was accused of attacking her father at Citi Field.
Venezuela's boorish, brutish president, Hugo Chavez, has long showed he has no tolerance for criticism at home, jailing political opponents or shutting down independent media. Now he has demonstrated he will tolerate no back talk from the United States, even from a mild-mannered diplomat.
A former scientist at the Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico and his wife have been indicted by a federal grand jury on charges of communicating classified nuclear weapons data to a person they believed to be a Venezuelan government official and conspiring to participate in the development of an atomic weapon for Venezuela, the Justice Department said on Friday.
A Venezuelan military helicopter crashed into a navy research boat Tuesday and plunged into the sea, leaving two missing and five injured, an official said.
Cuba announced Monday that it will cast off at least a half-million state employees by mid-2011 and reduce restrictions on private enterprise to help them find new jobs — the most dramatic step yet in President Raul Castro's push to radically remake employment on the communist-run island.
Mets closer Francisco Rodriguez violated a restraining order by sending dozens of text messages to his girlfriend in the weeks after he was accused of assaulting her father outside a family lounge at Citi Field and will face additional charges, prosecutors said Tuesday.
A plane carrying 51 people from a Caribbean island crashed Monday in eastern Venezuela, and officials said 33 survived, while the rest were killed or missing.
As a veteran of the Washington policy world, I know all too well how easy it is for politics to trump principles.