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About a year ago in the US, the gamified dating app Tinder—or hookup app, depending on your perspective, and probably gender—was starting to hit fever pitch in the US.

That gives it just about enough time to have made it …

Now that the US Supreme Court rejected Argentina’s request to review a lower court ruling ordering us to pay the entirety of our debt, you can imagine that things have turned serious since Argentina runs the risk of defaulting on …

It’s the World Cup again!

And as you can imagine this is the only thing that matters for the next 31 days. Forget politics, forget the economy, forget the fact that this week Iraq is dangerously close to falling prey …

On June 14, Cristina will be traveling to Bolivia to attend the G77 + China summit, and she is expected to at least cross paths with Iranian president Hassan Rouhani, which is going to be awkward because Iran never officially …

On June 14, Cristina will be traveling to Bolivia to attend the G77 + China summit, and she is expected to at least cross paths with Iranian president Hassan Rouhani, which is going to be awkward because Iran never officially …

Yesterday President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner officially opened the extraordinary, large new memorial Museum of the Malvinas Islands, located in the former ESMA building in Nuñez.

The museum includes a large memorial in respect to those who died during the …

The Argentine football team is apparently “under investigation” by the FIFA. The organization is evaluating whether the team “violated the rule of no political statements at matches.”

The debate started after last Saturday’s friendly warm-up match between Slovenia and Argentina …

King Juan Carlos’ decision to abdicate has hit the world with mixed emotions — including President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner — as he leaves behind a legacy that lead Spain’s peaceful transition to democracy.

In less than a week, Spanish …

It’s Friday again!

And while the winter is slapping us in the face with a cold front, our hearts remain warm thanks to the eternal flame of the World Cup, always burning, always incandescent.

Is the administration facing major challenges …