Hardy scientists trek to Venezuela's last glacier amid chaos

Blackouts shut off the refrigerators where the scientists keep their lab samples. Gas shortages mean they sometimes have to work from home. They even reuse

discovered 3 days ago on Sun-Sentinel
Maduro Foes Balk at UN-Backed Venezuela Power Crisis Deal

A proposal to address Venezuela’s electricity crisis with the help of the United Nations is proving...

discovered 3 days ago on NBC New York
Radical Son: The Rise of Chesa Boudin | The American Spectator | Politics Is Too Important To Be...

Unlike Bill Ayers, one of several Weather Underground fugitives fleeing the FBI who would later boast, “Guilty as hell, free as a bird! America is a great country!,” the orchestrators of this ...

discovered 3 weeks ago on American Spectator
Will future anthropologists wonder how Americans squandered our abundance?

Classic struggles have occurred throughout history, often born from clashing political, economic or...

discovered 3 weeks ago on Dallas Morning News
A career-making month: Lincoln's Francisco Souto gets international drawing prize and national...

Last month, Francisco Souto flew to Italy to see some of his drawings that were in the XII Florence...

discovered 3 weeks ago on Lincoln Journal Star
Special Report: Elite Police Force Spreads Terror in the Barrios of Venezuela

The 82-second clip shows the young man sitting shirtless and unarmed in a storage room inside his home, under police interrogation about a nearby car theft, begging officers to spare his life ...

discovered 3 weeks ago on New York Times
He Knew All About Money Launderers. The U.S. Says He Joined Them

Bruce Bagley, an international studies professor, knew all about how corrupt Venezuelan officials...

discovered 3 weeks ago on Bloomberg
Bigger issues face boxing than KSI-Paul bout, which actually taught some good lessons

Ask yourself a question: What is worse for boxing, a pair of YouTube stars who trained very hard and...

discovered 1 month ago on Yahoo Sports
What To Know About The Crisis In Bolivia

A tumultuous year for Latin American politics took another sharp turn on Sunday when Bolivian President Evo Morales, the region's longest-serving leftist...

discovered 1 month ago on HuffPost via Yahoo News
Chesa Boudin, who endured childhood with jailed parents, wins San Francisco D.A.'s race

Chesa Boudin, the son of anti-war radicals sent to prison for murder when he was a toddler, has won...

discovered 1 month ago on NBC NEWS
Son of Weather Underground terrorists wins San Francisco DA race

The son of Weather Underground terrorists who once worked as a translator for Venezuelan socialist...

discovered 1 month ago on World Tribune
Ex Venezuelan spy chief Hugo Carvajal takes flight to avoid U.S. extradition

Venezuela’s former head of military intelligence, Hugo Carvajal, known as El Pollo (The Chicken),...

discovered 1 month ago on Miami Herald
Socialism Stinks: The Unfortunate Lessons of Venezuela's Central Planning

s wealth. Friedrich Hayek famously observed that socialist central planning puts countries on the...

discovered 1 month ago on The National Interest via Yahoo News
Evo Morales Is Out. Is Nicolás Maduro Next?

Is Nicolás Maduro Next? Venezuelan opponents of Maduro, and those in Washington who’ve tried to overthrow him, may be gleeful about the demise of his...

discovered 1 month ago on The Daily Beast