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Sergio Varisco was just trying to have a quick smoke in the Patio de las Palmeras of the Casa Rosada (Pink House). The mayor of the Entre Ríos capital city of Paraná had come out of a long meeting with …

My fellow weather-beaten city dwellers! I am here to tell you that the end of this seemingly eternal winter is in sight! My weekend gift to you is a few warm days, a guest appearance by the sun, and a …

The museum behind the Casa Rosada that you may have been familiar with as being ‘El Museo del Bicentenario’ will be reopening under President Mauricio Macri’s administration as “Museo Casa Rosada” and will pay special tribute to the 50th anniversary …

Chances are you’re not one of the 700 staffers or 60 public officials who dines at the Casa Rosada every day for lunch. But if you are, you might have been a little concerned to watch the price of your …

Chef Dante Liporace works in the place where the country’s future is decided on a daily basis, though he assures us that between 1 and 2 PM the kitchen is the hottest and most pressure filled room in the building.

Chef Dante Liporace works in the place where the country’s future is decided on a daily basis, though he assures us that between 1 and 2 PM the kitchen is the hottest and most pressure filled room in the building.

After keeping a relatively low profile in the week following the Panama Papers leak, President Mauricio Macri addressed the nation this evening to, once again, plead innocent and announce his intention to send Congress a bill guaranteeing access to public …

Cristina Fernández de Kirchner is clapping back.

Former President and CFK’s late husband Néstor Kirchner was accused of having an affair by his former Secretary Miriam Quiroga, who claimed the two were lovers for a decade. “I was Néstor’s …

A group of computer technicians working in the Casa Rosada claim to have uncovered former President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner’s Wi-Fi password. Apparently, if you ever found yourself at the President’s office and needed to log on to the Internet, …

A marathon session in Congress, which began at noon yesterday, ended 20 hours later at 8:30 AM this morning with Congress’ Lower House voting to pass the agreement with the holdouts. The vote stood at 165 votes to 86, …