Chicago Missionary Trying To Help Venezuelan Refugee Bring His Music Talent To The U.S.; 'It’s Roadblock After Roadblock'A former symphony musician turned high school music teacher in Peru, Paul Garcia has said he can never return to his native Venezuela.
Cubs' Contreras Will Play With Heavy Heart Thinking About His Native VenezuelaCatcher Willson Contreras was named an all-star last season, then slumped in the second half. He did play over 1,100 innings leading the majors, so what is his approach this year?
AP: Trump Pressed Aides On Venezuela Invasion, U.S. Official SaysEven some of the staunchest U.S. allies were begrudgingly forced to side with Maduro in condemning Mr. Trump's saber rattling.
Polio Returns To Venezuela 30 Years After Last Known Case, Report SaysA deadly and highly infectious disease that was thought to be eradicated has returned to Venezuela.
Levine: Sox Notes -- Quintana Makes Debut, Beckham Scratched, Belisario Absent StillJose Quintana has his sights set on going seven innings per game.
Hundreds Of Chicagoans Voting In Venezuela Presidential ElectionThe Venezuelan consulate is in the Civic Opera building, and the sidewalk below has been filled with demonstrators like Michelle Faraco, who voted against the man Hugo Chavez wanted as his successor - and for opposition candidate Henrique Capriles.
Bernstein: This Performer Must Play Super Bowl 2013It’s rare that a cause inspires me to add my name to an online petition.
Zambrano Says He Wants To Stay With The CubsCarlos Zambrano wants to stay with the Cubs for the next two seasons, according to a Venezuelan publication.
Nationals Catcher Ramos Kidnapped In VenezuelaOfficials said Thursday they have found the vehicle used by armed men who abducted Washington Nationals catcher Wilson Ramos, a case that highlights a sharp rise in kidnappings in Venezuela.
Guillen Slams Sean Penn In Tweets For Backing Venezuela's ChavezWhite Sox manager Ozzie Guillen continues to be annoyed with Sean Penn, over the actor’s continued defense of Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez.