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Marcelo Tinelli’s TV Program, Showmatch, has repeatedly come under fire for, um, let’s say, pushing the envelope when it comes to social issues. His penchant for cutting the skirts off of female participants seems out of step with a …

Former President Cristina Kirchner visited Villa 31, a shantytown with a population of about 40,000 in the City of Buenos Aires, to inaugurate the television studio “Nestor Kirchner,” which will be used to transmit programs on the neighborhood’s channel, Urbana …

Alejandro Estrada, an Argentine entrepreneur based in Silicon Valley, launched the new version of iBillionaire on international app stores last week. This is Alejandro’s third company he has founded, the first two – DineroMail and moni.com.ar – were greatly successful

The public heckling of key Victory Front (FpV) politician Carlos Zannini has sparked national conversation about escraches — a word that has no real English translation but its verb form, escrachar, means to negatively expose or publicly accuse someone

Hold on tight Casa Rosada… big changes are coming. Decoratively, that is, as President Mauricio Macri plans to convert the presidential palace from what government sources called a “populist museum” to an “institutional government house.” Or, as Clarín alleges, Macri

A month-long clash between Kirchnerite-affiliated organization Tupac Amaru and Jujuy Province’s government has reached a boiling point with the arrest of leader Milagro Sala, as the group continues to demand that the provincial government not jeopardize people’s livelihoods by taking

A month-long clash between Kirchnerite-affiliated organization Tupac Amaru and Jujuy Province’s government has reached a boiling point with the arrest of leader Milagro Sala, as the group continues to demand that the provincial government not jeopardize people’s livelihoods by taking

We review 12 years of Kirchnerism and discuss the signs and gestures of the first 24 hours of the Macri administration.

With: Adrian Bono, Bianca Fernet, Fernando Farías, Demian Bio and Orlando Jenkinson.

Board operator: Maxi Meza.

This is our …

When she stepped down from the presidency last night, Cristina Fernández de Kirchner left office with the country facing a host of problems. As across Latin America, hunger and poverty remain beatable scourges in poorer areas; the federal reserves are …

The Casa Rosada, where the Kirchners have made their second home for the past 12 years, was emptier than usual on the Monday following October 25th’s elections. Cristina Fernández de Kirchner cast her vote and quietly stole away to Río …