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Federal Judge Claudio Bonadio today determined that former Planning Minister Julio De Vido stand trial for the 2012 Buenos Aires railway disaster, also known as the Once Tragedy, in which 51 people were killed and 789 injured. De Vido is …

Over the past few days, nine employees have testified regarding their time working full-time for former Public Works Secretary José López, who was caught trying to hide roughly US$9 million in a convent that turned out not to be

Let me guess: your usual meticulous news reading was replaced by the Olympics over the weekend, right? The usual depression after watching world-class athletes performing gravity-defying and jaw-dropping feats (so many hyphens) meant that you had to leave the house …

Just as you thought that the José López scandal — the one in which a former planning secretary was caught trying to bury US $8.5 million in a convent — couldn’t stretch your beliefs any further, it turns out that …

The Federal Chamber has confirmed the prosecution of former Planning Minister Julio De Vido for the 2012 Buenos Aires railway disaster, also known as the Once Tragedy, in which 51 people were killed and 789 injured. De Vido is …

The Chamber of Deputies approved the Repentance Law — legislation that would allow suspects to ask for plea bargains — in a special session yesterday with 193 votes in favor and five against. The Expired Ownership bill (giving back illegally …

Since last week, the main news plastered across every headline has focused on the capture of José López, the former planning secretary who was caught trying to bury millions of dollars in a convent last Tuesday. This latest revelation adds …

Former President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner is not releasing a public statement regarding the scandalous José López Case that is shaking the very foundation of her Victory Front (FpV) party.

López, the public works secretary under all three Kirchner administrations, …

You may have noticed that your Facebook and Twitter news feeds, along with every Argentine media outlet and even international media, are constantly featuring the same name: José López. His face has been plastered on screens of every size since …

In a Chicago-esque twist to a story that is already reading like a Hollywood blockbuster, media outlets have now jumped on the news that José Francisco López — the former public works secretary who was caught red-handed trying to …