Seth Meyers' monologue from Monday, July 28. Part 2 of 2.
Pat Robertson, the illustrious host of The 700 Club, suggested that Israeli P.M. Ariel Sharon's stroke was God's wrath for "dividing His land." Would Robertson, who requested Hugo Chavez's assassination, prefer neverending territorial war?
Jackie and Dunlap think that name-calling isn't nice, especially from ol' hog-head Chavez. Also, why haven't we blown up the U.N. yet? Plus, Catholics.
Thousands of Hugo Chavez supporters turned out on Sunday in Caracas to wish the leader well following his announcement that he will again need treatment for cancer. Photo: Associated Press.
Columnist Mary Anastasia O'Grady on what Hugo Chavez's victory in the Venezuelan presidential election will mean for the country. Photos: Getty Images
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez is suffering from a new, severe respiratory infection following cancer surgery, the government has said.
The life of Venezuela's late President Hugo Chavez is to be performed as a ballet.
While Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez recovered from cancer surgery in Cuba, his supporters rallied in Caracas on what would have been his inauguration day. Video by WSJ's Angel Gonzalez via #WorldStream.
President Hugo Chavez may not be fit enough to be sworn in for a new term in office next month, according to the leader of the Venezuelan Congress, Diosdado Cabello.
The legacy Hugo Chavez is alive. Students attend a lecture on the late socialist leader who died of cancer last year. 'Studies of the Thoughts of the Supreme Commander Hugo Chavez,' offered by the Venezuelan military, already attracted some 10,000 students. The course's director, Taylor Rodriguez, explains how the course came about.
Latin American studies professor Miguel Tinker Salas and journalist Ewan Robertson discuss the presidency of Hugo Chavez.
BBC Mundo's Margarita Rodriguez explains how the upcoming elections could affect the balance of power in Latin America as well as the world.
Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez has gone from better to worse after his fourth cancer operation.
Sean Penn has expressed his admiration and support for Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez at a candlelight vigil in Bolivia.
Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez announced his candidacy for reelection to throngs of cheering supporters Monday. Chavez held up his registration papers for the October 7th elections, which most polls have him winning, despite his recent battle with cancer. In his first appearance after undergoing rounds of radiotherapy treatment in Cuba, the enthusiastic leader told supporters he expects to win by a knockout.
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