So far the most clear story of what's going on published here in the U.S. seems to be in the Miami Herald. You can read it here.
However, now Honduras has joined in solidarity with Bolivia and Venezuela, and says it will not recognize the new U.S. ambassador.
Brasil has also become involved in some way, since it receives 50% of its petroleum from Bolivia.
Vaquero is in Colombia right now, at a music festival, surrounded by periodistas from all the Latin American countries and the Caribbean too. They have some telling perspectives on all this that we probably shall not see in most of the reporting we'll hear, here.
Gasoline prices will continue to rise.
Here's how Vaquero explains the situation:
[ "the recent, proximate cause i haven't fully researched. but the flashpoint is bolivia. basically the US does not want either evo morales or chávez to be in power, much less the bolivarian alternative for an independent latin america that they are promoting. morales in particular is facing tremendous resistance from the elites of his country who have been trying to secede from bolivia ever since he came in. he just won a referendum, however, that is supposed to settle the matter. what the u.s. has been up to in this i don't exactly know, but they have surely been taking the side of the elites and perhaps offering them various forms of assistance." ]