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Former Domestic Trade Secretary Guillermo Moreno was sentenced to two and a half years in prison for using public funds to create “anti-Clarín” propaganda. The criminal tribunal that judged him also decided he will have to pay back the AR$ …

Domestic Trade Secretary Guillermo Moreno was once again the subject of controversy last night when he insulted an economist on live television and tried to have him expelled from the set.

How did the situation degenerate? On TV show Zona

Former Domestic Trade Secretary and vociferous Kirchnerite Guillermo Moreno has gone to bat against the Macri administration with a few extremely controversial words: not only did he compare President Mauricio Macri’s administration to Jorge Rafael Videla’s military dictatorship, but he …

It was another grey weekend so cold that your frozen fingers couldn’t open any news outlets on your phone. At all. Of course. Well, lucky for you, here’s The Bubble with the Weekend Roundup so you can cherish those memories …

Former Domestic Trade Secretary Guillermo Moreno has apparently decided to diversify his pastimes along with retired General César Milani by making forays into the pancho industry, local media reports. Both men are controversial figures who took center stage during the …

Proof positive that the country’s national statistics institute is cursed, or just the latest development in the institute’s murky history?

Yesterday, Graciela Bevacqua was fired from her position as Technical Director (leading official of a company or institution based on …

Have you ever heard the phrase Clarín miente (“Clarín lies”)? Under the previous Kirchner government, the phrase was plastered across banners, balloons and even alfajor wrappers in what was considered a government campaign against Clarín Group, a media conglomerate not …

The media this morning was awash with pictures of former Vice President Amado Boudou entering the National Federal Cassation Court after returning from Mexico yesterday. Why is this a big deal?

Since the judicial recess ended on February 1st, …

Good news! Restrictions on books entering the country from abroad have been lifted, meaning you can now order books off Amazon and actually receive them once they arrive to these hallowed shores.

Culture Minister Pablo Avelluto and Production Minister Francisco …