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Today, Cristina Kirchner testified before federal judge Claudio Bonadio in the ongoing, explosive “Notebook Scandal,” which many say is building up to be one of the greatest corruption scandals in the history of Argentina.

After arriving at the Comodoro Py

The “notebooks of corruption” case continues to provide explosive headlines by the hour, as several suspects are deciding to admit to committing the illegal activities described by former driver Oscar Centeno.

Today, however, was a particularly intense day in the …

Things are going from bad to worse for Cristina Kirchner and her last name’s legacy. Embroiled in various corruption cases and with lawmakers in Congress arguing whether to strip her of congressional immunity, now international voices have joined the …

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

Argentina woke up to some explosive breaking news today after Federal Judge Claudio Bonadio ordered the detention of at least 15 people in relation to a massive corruption scheme that allegedly took place during the Néstor and Cristina Kirchner administrations. …

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 …

President Mauricio Macri’s government really doesn’t like that the former administration and its allies seemed determined to name pretty much half the country’s public buildings Néstor Kirchner after the former president died in 2010.

Ever since Macri came to power …

Vandalism to statues that have been put up to honor late former president Néstor Kirchner busts have occurred for sometime in Argentina. But over the last year or so there has been a considerable increase, according to Infonews. …