This situation is developing—stay tuned for updates.
UPDATE: Maduro has stated that he is still in control.
Standing alongside soldiers that defected from ther units, the self-designated "interim President" Juan Guaidó called for a military coup d'état against Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and his cabinet, leading to widespread unrest across the country that has quickly turned violent.
The U.S. is supporting the coup.
There are reports of skirmishes between different factions, including shooting, and security vehicles being attacked with molotov cocktails.
A U.S. carrier strike group is en route to Venezuela.
A warning is in effect prohibiting U.S. aircraft from flying below 26,000 feet over the country.
National Security Adviser John Bolton is fully backing the coup.