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Venezuela Clashes Amid Intensified Sanctions; Cuba Overhauls Constitution For First Time Since Cold War; Milos Stehlik Recaps 2019 Oscars

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Masked Venezuelan youth gather near the Francisco de Paula Santander international bridge in Urena, Venezuela, Monday, Feb. 25, 2019, on the border with Colombia where Venezuelan soldiers continue to block humanitarian aid from entering. The United States is planning new ways to pressure Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro to give up power and to provide assistance to the people of the economically devastated South American nation.

Masked Venezuelan youth gather near the Francisco de Paula Santander international bridge in Urena, Venezuela, Monday, Feb. 25, 2019, on the border with Colombia where Venezuelan soldiers continue to block humanitarian aid from entering. The United States is planning new ways to pressure Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro to give up power and to provide assistance to the people of the economically devastated South American nation.

Fernando Llano

On today's show: 

  • An update on Venezuela and the blockade stopping humanitarian aid from coming in
  • An analysis of the Cuban constitutional referendum
  • A recap of the Oscars with film contributor Milos Stehlik

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