In an abrupt turn, the Venezuelan president reinstated the program two days after its suspension.
Critics say the 1965 law is outdated when an African-American can be elected president.
Its reform is integral to reviving the economy, he signals, with his pick of Daschle as point man.
A writer caught up in the calm of an ancient art form finds kinship with Louis Armstrong, whose other instruments were scissors and tape.
Iowa land prices have jumped 18 percent in a year. But higher values come with a cost.
Two new novels center on the complex, competitive love between sisters.