Corruption

Maikel Moreno and Nicolás Maduro speaking (© Ariana Cubillos/AP Images)

U.S. sanctions on Venezuela explained

Learn more about what the U.S. sanctions on Venezuelan entities close to the illegitimate Maduro regime actually do and why they matter.
Man covering his face from tear gas (© Matias Delacroix/AP Images)

U.N. high commissioner: Violence continues in Venezuela

The U.N. high commissioner for human rights and 55 countries called for an end to the human rights abuses still occurring in Venezuela.
Nicolás Maduro talking into microphone and pointing with both hands (© Ariana Cubillos/AP Images)

Maduro tells Venezuelan women to have six children

The illegitimate leader's instructions follow an economic collapse and widespread hunger, which have forced many to flee the country.
Woman in chador holding documents at an office (© Ebrahim Noroozi/AP Images)

Iranian president begs voters to be regime’s ‘savior’

Iran's leaders know that their government is failing. See what the regime is asking its people to do in parliamentary elections scheduled for February 21.
Airplanes sitting on tarmac viewed from distance (© Marco Bello/Reuters)

U.S. sanctions Russian oil company, Venezuelan state airline

The U.S. is taking action against the rampant corruption of Maduro and his cronies by targeting Russian oil company Rosneft and Venezuelan airline Conviasa.
Women in academic robes (© Hasan Sarbakhshian/AP Images)

Iran’s 41-year ‘brain drain’

An estimated 5 million Iranians, most with advanced university degrees, have left Iran since the Iranian revolution in 1979.
Crowd of people walking in street toward vehicle (© Yuri Cortez/AFP/Getty Images)

Maduro’s crimes against Venezuela continue

Since Nicolás Maduro assumed an illegitimate second term as president, he has continued to perpetrate crimes. Here are some of the worst.
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What is the Blue Dot Network for infrastructure financing?

When communities and investors see an infrastructure project is part of the Blue Dot Network, they know it meets high standards of quality and transparency.
Citgo refinery sign on tall pole (© Eric Gay/AP Images)

Where are the Citgo 6?

More than two years ago, the Maduro regime detained six U.S. oil executives in Venezuela without a trial. When will they be returned to the U.S.?