Almost 100 people have died in near-daily protests against the
Venezuelan government over the last few months. Still, in the U.S.
we're only hearing a trickle of news, and when we do, the
narratives are often overly simplistic.
Hosts Maria Hinojosa and Julio Ricardo Varela lead a discussion
about this complicated, long simmering conflict with Mariana
Atencio, national correspondent for NBC News, and Juan Forero,
South America Bureau Chief at the Wall Street Journal.