Venezuela's president has died following a two year battle with cancer. Hugo Chavez led the South American country for 14 years. He'd been through several operations, and had not been seen in public since his most recent surgery in December. During his time in office, he became one of Latin America's most well known and polarizing figures including rocky diplomatic relations with the United States. In a speech to the United Nations, Chavez called President George W, Bush "the devil." Chavez was 58.