During a speech in Florida, the president acknowledges that while he seeks a peaceful transition of power, "all options are open."
The actor and activist dissects the Trump administration's meddling in Venezuela and our long history of interventionism in Latin America.
A score of recent articles blames Nicolas Maduro for blocking aid from the U.S. Each is missing context that severely undermines its claims.
It's a cheap shot at politicians like Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders and U.K. Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn.
Trump cabinet members continue to warn that military intervention is "on the table."
While baying for regime change, the press insists the nation's woes are its own fault, rather than the byproduct of economic sanctions.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and more appear bent on appeasing American oil interests, even if it means violating international law.
What's happening in Venezuela is nothing new. The U.S. has been following the same blueprint around the world for decades.
The U.S. is prepared to violate the U.N. charter to overthrow the Maduro government, and it has found a willing partner in Canada.
Elliott Abrams distinguished himself under President Reagan with his willingness to defend Latin American genocide and death squads.