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Can Venezuela's Maduro survive the latest riots?

by Kai Ryssdal Apr 13, 2017
The economy is a hot mess and allegiances are shifting.
Venezuelans protest the government of President Nicolas Maduro last week in Caracas.
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Food labeling and liability laws don’t make it easy to feed the hungry

by , and Mar 10, 2017
America wastes an estimated 63 million tons of food each year, while 1 in 6 Americans are without enough affordable, nutritious food. We’re all responsible, whether it’s leftovers at a restaurant or that bruised peach that gets thrown. But one more…
The Resource Curse

In Venezuela, desperate conditions turn worse

by Scott Tong Jul 19, 2016
Inflation roars while the country runs out of food and other necessities
Venezuelans cross the Simon Bolivar bridge linking San Antonio del Tachira, in Venezuela with Cucuta in Colombia, to buy basic supplies on July 17, 2016. Thousands of Venezuelans again poured into the Colombian city of Cucuta on Sunday, profiting from the brief reopening of a long-closed border to buy food and medicine. 
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