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The “notebooks scandal” is proving to be a double-edged sword for the government. It helped it score several political points, mainly because the wide-ranging corruption scheme described by Oscar Centeno and confirmed by a myriad former officials and business leaders …

Style buffs, gird your loins:No Taste for Bad Taste will be open to the public from October 5th through December 12th at the National Museum of Decorative Art (MNAD). Here you’ll have the chance to see 40 of the …

Ignorance is bliss, somebody said. And even though most of us couldn’t agree to a freedom based on lies, the most merciful thing in the world is the inability of the human mind to correlate all its contents. We live …

The unrelenting run on the Argentine peso continues to deteriorate the private sector’s expectations for the country’s economy.

An average of 46 consultancy firms, financial entities, and foreign analysts expect the yearly inflation rate will be much higher than expected …

The Buenos Aires Ombudsman or (Defensoría del Pueblo) reported yesterday that 35.87 percent of the 250 most recent queries that they have so far received have been about the struggle many porteños increasingly face everyday: paying their rent.  

This past Sunday was the seventh edition of the Muza5k, the really bizarre event that combines eating pizza and walking nearly 70 blocks down Avenida Corrientes, and somehow makes it work. This year, it was massive, with over 1,500 …

Tensions between taxistas and Uber drivers are at a peak. In just one night last week, five cars were set alight in a blatant act of hostility that has cast light on the simmering tensions between the two factions. Although …

Will you take a look at how far little Carlos Robledo Puch has come? Not the real one, of course. He’s still rotting in a jail cell somewhere and stopped being little Carlos Robledo Puch about forty years ago. No, …

The government and the International Monetary Fund announced a new, revised stand-by agreement aimed at stabilizing the Argentine economy. In respective press conferences in the Argentine consulate in New York and the Treasury Ministry in Buenos Aires, Nicolás Dujovne and …

Two former private secretaries of former President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner – Daniel Álvarez and Fabián Gutiérrez – were arrested this morning in Río Gallegos, in Santa Cruz. in the context of the “notebooks scandal” case.

Their arrest comes after …