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The first hints of autumn were upon us this weekend, providing the perfect excuse to spend quality time with the newly-unearthed blankets that hadn’t seen the light of day since November. Or, if you were feeling particularly active, perhaps you …

Journalist Mercedes Ninci found herself treading less than friendly waters today while reporting from former president Cristina Fernández de Kirchner’s “Los Sauces” case. Ninci was working for Radio Mitre, an outlet which is seen by some as pro-Macri, when …

Between the ridiculous weekend weather and the stressful maneuvers you had to implement to get to work today because of the transport strike, it’s clear that on arriving to the office you’re less than up to date on what’s going …

A Federal Appeals Court today confirmed former President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner’s indictment in the future dollars case for “alleged improper management detrimental to the public administration.” The court also confirmed lower court Judge Claudio Bonadio’s decision to seize Fernández’s …

Practice making that V-sign because Peronist Loyalty Day is here, celebrated annually on October 17, which commemorates the day when hundreds of thousands (some say millions) of workers took to the streets to call for the liberation of Colonel Juan …

Now that they’re no longer in power, apparently talking about poverty is suddenly kosher. After the INDEC statistics agency published poverty figures for the first time in three years, revealing that one in three live below the poverty line, Kirchnerites …

Remember how we talked about President Mauricio Macri’s noticeable omission of mentioning Iran in his debut UN speech yesteray? Well, it didn’t escape the eyes of  the Latin American Jewish Congress (LJC) either. When members of the organization met …

The government is scaling back its ambitions. After all the headaches and back-and-forth on gas prices, it seems President Mauricio Macri’s administration now has a plan. And its deficit-cutting ambitions will be taking a hit as a result. The government …

As hundreds of thousands of protesters flooded the streets of Caracas, Venezuela to demonstrate in favor of a recall referendum to oust President Nicolás Maduro were echoed today, on a much smaller scale, outside the Venezuelan Embassy in Buenos Aires. …

We were all supremely confused and disappointed by the awful weather that howled throughout our Saturdays after watching Friday’s glorious weather from inside the office. Obviously you had to watch Stranger Things to at least make the gloom worthwhile. Kudos …