Venezuela's economic collapse causing unimaginable human suffering
Venezuela's economic crisis is leading parents to abandon their children at orphanages because they can't provide for them or feed them, the Washington Post reports.
The big picture: As Axios' Shane Savitsky catalogued in January, the crippling economic forces that have spurred protests against the Maduro regime are devastating the country. The crisis has led at least 550,000 Venezuelans to flee to Colombia. Meanwhile Maduro loyalists have called early elections for April, which the opposition says will be a sham.