Tens of thousands of Venezuelans in Florida were expected to vote in the referendum organized by opponents of Venezuela’s president. Anti-Maduro anger is boiling over in South Florida communities.
Venezuela’s opposition held an unauthorized plebiscite on Sunday. More than 7 million Venezuelans cast symbolic votes rejecting the president’s plan to overhaul the country’s constitution.
Venezuelans are voting Sunday on President Nicolas Maduro’s plan to rewrite their constitution. Opposition leaders, who called for the plebiscite, are hoping for a huge turnout of “no” voters.
NPR’s Lulu Garcia-Navarro speaks with Brian Winter of Americas Quarterly about the career of former Brazilian president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, who was convicted on corruption charges.
Drought, floods and wildfires are signs that climate change has become a harsh reality for the 17 million people of Chile. Laguna de Aculeo used to be a booming summer playground, but not anymore.
When the famed Alvin Ailey dance troupe tours, they do community outreach. This summer they’re in Paris, holding classes for disadvantaged, young dancers.
There aren’t many pharmacies in Haiti. But there are vendors who walk the streets with towers of pills — including some that may be fake or past their expiration date.
Alexandra Silber’s father died when she was just 18 — the same age as Fiddler‘s Hodel when she leaves her dad at a train station. Silber’s new novel, After Anatevka, tells the rest of Hodel’s story.
Two Iranian brothers didn’t let a war keep them from medical school. Now they’re using mobile phones to build the next generation of doctors in Syria.
The GOP health bills would eliminate many of the taxes that help pay for coverage under the Affordable Care Act. Wealthy individuals stand to gain the most. And customers of tanning salons.