People run from armed pro-government militias on motorcycles in San Antonio, Venezuela. (Michael Robinson Chavez/The Post)
Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó stands on a truck carrying aid in Cutuca, Colombia. (Reuters)
Opposition protesters take up a position in San Antonio, Venezuela. (Michael Robinson Chavez/The Post)
Tear gas clouds the air around opposition supporters hurling projectiles at national guardsmen in San Antonio, Venezuela. (Michael Robinson Chavez/The Post)
Opposition supporters unload humanitarian aid from a burning truck at the Venezuelan-Colombian border. (Reuters)
Foro Penal, a nonprofit that tracks violence in Venezuela, said that irregular pro-government militias "shot at people" on the Brazilian border on a day marked by protests over the government's refusal to allow in humanitarian aid.
Embattled President Nicolás Maduro declared that he is breaking diplomatic relations with Colombia, which has called for his ouster and thrown its support to opposition leader Juan Guaidó.
When it became apparent that Republican Mark Harris might be lying under oath, his lawyer stopped the proceedings and called for a closed-door session. Everyone sensed an opportunity to bring the saga to an end.
Some conservatives are seizing on the recent arrest of the "Empire" actor, who allegedly concocted a racist and homophobic attack, to spread the belief that hoaxes are fueling the rise in hate crimes in America.