The order applies to any American citizen or individuals living in the U.S.
The country is suffering from such severe hyperinflation that residents are buying basic goods with duffel bags full of cash.
Animals in Venezuela's Zulia zoo are suffering from starvation as the the country dives deeper into a food crisis.
During a rally, Maduro pledged to defend Hugo Chávez's legacy as he danced to reggaeton with his wife, Cilia Flores.
Border officials estimate as many as 4,000 people cross illegally from Venezuela into Colombia every day.
The organization approved a resolution that urges Caracas to postpone a presidential poll and allow a democratic process.
Once South America's richest economy, Venezuela is feeling the effects of food shortages.
Tillerson ended his weeklong trip to Latin America on Wednesday. Was he able to rally support around Trump's policies in the region?
Has Trump's "America First" doctrine marginalized the U.S. in the hemisphere?
The former military cop achieved international fame (or infamy) after staging an attack on the Venezuelan Supreme Court in June.
"Petro," a new cryptocurrency, will be backed by oil, diamonds and gold reserves to circumvent sanctions from the Trump administration.
"This is a new phenomenon because it's something that we never had in this country: crimes committed because of hunger."
"The thing that surprised us the most was the sheer size of some of the engravings."
Morales described sanctions the U.S. imposed on Venezuela as "new threats."
Delcy Rodriguez, president of Venezuela's Constituent Assembly, insists there is no humanitarian crisis amid economic woes and international sanctions.
As the Trump administration saddles other Venezuelan officials with more sanctions, Russia is hell-bent on becoming the South American nation's only savior.
From South America to East Asia, nations held high their red flags and hammers and sickles to commemorate the centennial of Russia's October Revolution.
Ross still retains interest in Navigator Holdings, which has received millions of dollars every year in earnings due to coastal shipping services provided to Venezuela's state-oil giant.
Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro pulled an empanada from under his desk and started munching on it while addressing the nation—on live television.
U.S. sanctions have presented a greater obstacle for Venezuela's ability to pay its debts.
As Donald Trump continues to recklessly handle North Korea, a humanitarian crisis in the South American nation could pose a larger problem for the U.S.
The Venezuela president took several shots at his U.S. counterpart's competence, before he visited the Kremlin for an amicable one-to-one meeting with Vladimir Putin.