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The Note: Another Trump Firestorm
Notables --TRUMP LETS COMMENT ABOUT MUSLIMS BEING ‘PROBLEM’ IN US SLIDE. GOP frontrunner Donald Trump let an audience member slide at a New Hampshire town hall after the man said Muslims were a "problem in this country" and that the president was not an American. During a question and answer
Venezuela Prosecutors Arrest 2 Named in 'Panama Papers' Leak
Venezuelan prosecutors have detained two relatives of a former presidential security guard whose name appeared in documents about offshore investments leaked from a Panama law firm
Kim Jong-Un Isn't the First Dictator to Go Missing
This isn't the first time that Kim Jong-un has gone missing but the North Korean leader is breaking his own record by staying out of the public eye for this long. Purposefully disappearing for long periods of time is a move long used by dictators, including former Argentinian President Hugo Chavez
Venezuela Violence Continues as Regime, Opposition Leaders Refuse to Talk
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter plans trip to Caracas in attempt to mediate between the two sides.
Who's Who in the Fight for Venezuela
What began as a student protest on Feb. 4, when activists gathered in the streets of San Cristobal to protest a crime wave that never seemed to break, has now spread across the South American nation once ruled by Hugo Chavez, leaving at least 15...
Violence in the Streets of Venezuela
Death toll rises as millions of families can no longer afford food and medicine.
Venezuelan Opposition Leader's Arrest Intensifies Protests
Leopoldo Lopez faces terrorism and murder charges for his involvement in the demonstrations.
13 Unforgettable Things About the Year 2013
From the Year's Biggest Stories to What We Got Addicted to, Here's Everything You Need to Know about 2013
Barbara Walters' 'Most Fascinating' Interviews of the 2000s
Part 2: The 2000s was a decade of reality TV with the Kardashians and "Jersey Shore" making it big.