Nicolas Maduro's socialist administration continues to face opposition from angered citizens, as protests unsettle Caracas. The latest ban of U.S. officials is only "the tip of the iceberg." We also have Monica Eng and Louisa Chu tell us about their favorite meals for lent and Tony Sarabia shares his thoughts on the French-Cuban group Ibeyi.
Dozens of prisoners in a Venezuelan penitentiary center recently died after overdosing on stolen drugs, according to the government. But Jeremy McDermott of InSight Crime says there is reason to be skeptical of the official story. He tells us why.
Delta and American Airlines are cutting back flights to Venezuela amidst a water shortage there and possible U.S. sanctions for human rights abuses.[View the story "Worldview: Possible US sanctions on Venezuela" on Storify]
Opposition forces took to the streets again today in Venezuela.Reuters reports that at least 12 people have died in violence related to the ongoing protests. We'll take a look at what's behind the recent unrest.[View the story "Worldview: Protests continue in Venezuela" on Storify]
The EU issues a new directive on funding projects connected to Jewish settlements. We take a look at how U.S. media cover certain countries in Latin America, like Bolivia, Ecuador and Venezuela. Renata Sago introduces us to Gwo ka music.
Who besides Gutierrez and Preckinckle did you think could challenge the mayor? Where, exactly, is Rubio on immigration? What's happened in Venezuela since the Aprl elections? How many times hs the House repealed Obamacare? It's all here.