- Telemundo outline plans to continue growth Updated: May-15-16 4:02 pm
NEW YORK - The Spanish-language network Telemundo says it hopes to continue its growth with a non-traditional programming strategy that will include projects based on the story of drug lord El Chapo, the life of Venezuelan leader Hugo Chavez and the late singer Jenni Rivera.
- Maduro threatens to seize idle Venezuela plants, jail owners Updated: May-15-16 1:04 am
CARACAS, Venezuela - President Nicolas Maduro threatened Saturday to take over idle factories and jail their owners following a decree granting him expanded powers to act in the face of a deep economic crisis.
- Chinese bullet train in Venezuela stalls as alliance derails Updated: May-14-16 8:48 am
ZARAZA, Venezuela - It was once billed as a model of socialist fraternity: South America's first high-speed train, powered by Chinese technology, crisscrossing Venezuela to bring development to its backwater plains. Now all but abandoned, it has become a symbol of economic collapse - and a strategic relationship gone adrift.
- US officials: Venezuelan president's hold on power weakening Updated: May-13-16 11:15 pm
WASHINGTON - U.S. intelligence analysts are increasingly convinced that Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro is likely to be pushed aside by members of his own socialist movement before finishing his term.
- Sony making series about life of Venezuela's Hugo Updated: May-12-16 9:08 pm
CARACAS, Venezuela - The life of late President Hugo Chavez is coming to the small screen, much to the displeasure of Venezuela's socialist leaders who consider themselves guardians of the charismatic leader's image and of the revolution he initiated.