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If the case in which union leader Pablo Moyano could be put in pre-trial  arrest was at the forefront of the political conversation due to the repercussions it could have in the clash between the government and the powerful teamsters …

Back in 2016, most senior members of the Macri administration justified the economic trouble the country was going through as the necessary measures to fix the mess that the Kirchner administration had left in place and that the positive results …

In June, the International Monetary Fund agreed to loan Argentina US $50 billion in the face of a sharply declining peso due to a recent exodus of investors from Argentine markets. As part of the agreement, the Argentina’s government agreed

Along with Judge Claudio Bonadio, federal prosecutor Carlos Stornelli is in charge of the ongoing “notebooks of corruption” case that triggered a wave of high-profile arrests last week.

In March, journalists Diego Cabot, Candela Ini, and Santiago Nasra from La

The scandal began in March, after journalists from La Nación, Diego Cabot, Candela Ini, and Santiago Nasra, got ahold of eight notebooks that contained a detailed record of bribe payments from business leaders to public officials in exchange for

The current, ongoing scandal that began yesterday after Federal Judge Claudio Bonadio ordered the detention of 18 people implicated in a massive corruption scheme that allegedly took place during the Néstor and Cristina Kirchner administrations continues today—with 13 people currently

This morning, Argentines woke up to an explosive new development that involved a massive corruption scheme that allegedly took place during the Néstor and Cristina Kirchner administrations. Federal Judge Claudio Bonadio, who has been overseeing the investigation, ordered the detention

President Mauricio Macri waded head-first yesterday into a debate that has engulfed the nation on justifiable homicide. And the comments caught many people off-guard. After all, it’s not every day that the president comments on an ongoing criminal case, especially …

As the October election approaches, pundits from both sides are crafting easily digestible narratives for their readers. The process happens over time – ideas are floated, slogans are tested and slowly new positions are sprinkled in, all while the pundits …

Cristina has good days and bad days. Today was definitely a bad day.

In her 15th Cadena Nacional message since December 10th, President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner went out of her way to really, really, reaaaaaaally make us understand that …