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Hugo Chavez

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  • The five people trying to unseat Hugo Chavez

     
    Venezuelans who are unhappy with Hugo Chavez go to the polls Sunday to decide who will try to unseat him. Five people are competing to take on the mercurial leftist president of Venezuela. Who are they?...
  • Why Argentina, Britain and Sean Penn care about the Falklands

     
    The fury over the Falkland Islands can seem strange to outsiders and even to Argentines and Brits themselves. Argentine writer Jose Luis Borges once described the Falklands conflict as “a fight between two bald men over a comb.”...
  • Venezuelan presidential campaign already heating up

     
    Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez wasted little time in slamming Henrique Capriles, his main opponent in October's presidential election, as an unpatriotic tool of capitalism and the "Yanquis."...
  • Guatemalan leader says he'd consider decriminalizing drugs

     
    Guatemalan President Otto Perez said he'd consider drug legalization as an answer to his country's violence....
  • By the numbers: Venezuela and President Hugo Chavez

     
    Longtime Venezuelan leader Hugo Chavez will face Miranda state governor Henrique Capriles in October in a presidential election that will decide whether Chavez can stay in power after 13 years in office. The campaign is likely to focus on how the South...
  • 'The Good Wife' recap: Will says goodbye ... for now

     
    "The Good Wife": Sunday night marked the dawn of a new era on "The Good Wife," as Will, Alicia's boss and former make-out partner, voluntarily accepted a six-month suspension from the law....
  • Caracas diary: L.A. Phil musicians get to know the Venezuelans

     
    Well before the Los Angeles Philharmonic packed for its 10-day tour to Caracas, Venezuela, music director Gustavo Dudamel said that his mission was to show off his orchestra to his home country. And yes, the audiences have been indefatigably enthusiastic....
  • Jewish groups urge Chavez to denounce 'anti-Semitic' attack

     
    Jewish human rights organizations urged Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez on Friday to denounce an “anti-Semitic” attack on his political opponent Henrique Capriles....
  • Venezuela's Chavez has surgery in Cuba; no word on cancer spread

     
    Venezuela disclosed that President Hugo Chavez has undergone surgery in Cuba but did not say whether doctors had found evidence that his cancer had spread....
  • Colombian army officials say 12 soldiers killed by rebels

     
    Twelve Colombian soldiers were killed by suspected leftist guerrillas who then fled into Venezuelan territory....
  • International Women's Day: What's happening around the world

     
    women, human rights, International Women's day, equality: It's International Women's Day. The event, born of the socialist movement in the United States the early 1900s, has spread across the world in the century since. But the day looks very different...
  • Mack is endorsed by Puerto Rico’s governor

     
    The U.S. Senate campaign of U.S. Rep. Connie Mack IV got another nudge Tuesday with the endorsement of Puerto Rico Governor Luis Fortuño. The first Republican to be elected governor of his homeland since 1969, Fortuño was also a delegate to Congress,...