Venezuela is holding an election July 30 to vote for a constituent assembly that will rewrite the constitution. President Maduro is going all out for votes.
Steve Inskeep talks to reporter James Fredrick in Mexico City about a number of alleged narco traffickers who were killed in a shootout with Mexican soldiers.
George Balanchine’s modernist masterpiece was the first full-length, nonnarrative ballet. Russian, American and French ballet dancers have gathered to perform it together in New York City.
President Nicolas Maduro plans to rewrite Venezuela’s Constitution. As a general strike begins, the Organization of American States expresses fear that security forces might start a “bloodbath.”
With bright skirts flouncing, 15 young women ascended the steps of the Texas State Capitol in Austin. “We will not meet this law on its hateful level,” declared 17-year-old Magdalena Juarez.
They’ve been largely responsible for warding off mosquitoes at home — and caring for the children born with microcephaly. A new study says that the government has not given them the support they need.
Rio de Janeiro was home to the Americas’ largest slave port, which received nearly a million slaves over several centuries. Now modern day Cariocas have developed an app that provides an immersive tour through that history.
Google’s search results on health issues can be influential, but they can also be unreliable or wrong. The highlighted answer may come from a dubious source while a more credible one is buried below.
Home bakers in the U.S., Europe and some other countries have volunteered their sourdough starters to a team of American scientists who want to unravel the microbial secrets of sourdough.
Roughly 98 percent of voters in Sunday’s symbolic referendum rejected President Nicolas Maduro’s plan to rewrite the constitution. Still, Maduro has dismissed the vote as “meaningless.”