Since Hugo Chávez was elected president in 1998, the homicide rate has gone from 63 to 130 murders per every 100,000 inhabitants. It's one of the world's worst rates.
A lively mystery about great art, a boy, and his unlikely helper.
The election of a black president triggered at least 200 hate-related incidents, a watchdog group finds.
Christopher Buckley skewers all three branches of government in this farcical Washington satire.
Nearly 100 federal investigations are under way, but getting guilty verdicts is tough.