The question is not if Chavez will be back by January 10, but whether Chavez will be back at all.
Impoverished Peruvian tribe struggles with land deal giving businessman access to territory in exchange for money.
WiFi-powered robot is helping child with severe allergy achieve his dream of attending school.
Opponents have softened their cries for Chavez to forfeit the presidency if he fails to return to Cuba by January 10.
Sexual assault a "persistent problem" in the US service academies.
Gun ownership is a sensitive topic that up until now hasn’t really been talked about despite the recent mass shooting.
Since the Columbine attack in 1999, there have been 31 similar incidents in the US, compared to 14 around the world.
To end its five-decade-long conflict with the FARC, Colombia must focus on the intractable issue of land reform.
The people of Venezuela worry about what comes next for the man they call "commander-in-chief".
Fears that $2.2bn programme may fall short on funding and deflect pressure on UN to apologise for introducing disease.
Michigan, once a bastion of union labour in the US, has become the 24th state to adopt "Right To Work" laws