An Argentine judge stepped down from prosecuting a criminal group with ties to national security forces this week after an incriminating photo emerged. How the justice precedes from here could set an important precedent for the nation's ability to go after organized crime.
Speakers from Latin America hit on global and regional themes, and scored some diplomatic points. Domestic politics shaped many speeches at the UN General Assembly, which continues today in New York.
Argentina’s request for the International Court of Justice to intervene in its debt battle with holdout creditors underscores the nation’s doggedness in fighting the hedge funds - and its technical default.
Argentina has until midnight July 30 to negotiate a deal with bondholders who rejected a restructuring deal. The unresolved debt is an overhang from the last time Argentina defaulted in 2001.
Long accused of fudging its inflation data, Argentina announced a new index.
The pontiff was upstaged by a little boy during a mass in St. Peter's Square, but his calm reaction highlighted a skill he's worked hard to master.
After four years of legal turmoil, the Supreme Court ruled that a media law aimed at reining in huge media players was constitutional.
Almost eight years after Buenos Aires laid out mandatory trash reduction goals, the government is finally starting a recycling program.
President Kirchner's doctors ordered her to take a month off of work, weeks after an August head injury. The opposition is asking why now?