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Former Argentina President Indicted on Corruption Charges
BUENOS AIRES–Argentina's former president Cristina Fernandez was indicted on Sept. 17 on charges that her administration accepted bribes from construction companies in exchange for public works contracts, according to an ...
September 18, 2018
Former Argentine Vice President Freed Pending Corruption Trial
BUENOS AIRES–Argentina's former economy minister and vice president, Amado Boudou, was freed from jail on Friday after an ...
January 13, 2018
Argentina’s Former President Charged With Treason, Arrest Sought
BUENOS AIRES–A federal judge in Argentina indicted former President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner for treason and asked for her arrest for ...
December 8, 2017
Argentine Judge Orders Cash Seized From Ex-president Fernandez’s Daughter
A judge on Friday ordered the seizure of more than $4.6 million from a bank safe deposit box ...
July 16, 2016
The Associated Press
Argentine President Dominates Campaign Ahead of Primaries
Cristina Fernandez isn't on Sunday's presidential primary ballot, yet the influence of Argentina's leader is all around it
August 8, 2015
The Associated Press
Conflicting Evidence Clouds Death of Argentine Prosecutor Alberto Nisman
BUENOS AIRES, Argentina—Argentine President Cristina Fernandez said Thursday she's "convinced" that prosecutor Alberto Nisman's death was not a ...
January 22, 2015
Alberto Nisman: Was Argentine Prosecutor’s Death a Framed Suicide?
BUENOS AIRES, Argentina—Mystery in the gunshot death of a prosecutor who had accused Argentina's president of covering up ...
January 21, 2015
Argentine Prosecutor: President Allowed Impunity in Bombing
BUENOS AIRES, Argentina—A prosecutor investigating Argentina's worst terrorist attack accused President Cristina Fernandez on Wednesday of secretly negotiating ...
January 14, 2015
Argentina Law Lowers Voting Age to 16
Argentina passed a new law that will allow voters as young as 16 to vote.
November 1, 2012
Activists Occupying George Floyd ‘Autonomous Zone’ Refusing To Leave Until Demands Are Met
Whitmer Appeared to Lie About Florida Trip Before Disclosure
Florida Supreme Court Rejects Ballot Initiative Aimed At Legalizing Recreational Marijuana
Leading GOP Senators: Court-Packing Proposal Would ‘Destroy Judicial Independence’
Isabel van Brugen
‘He Was Guilty:’ Extra Juror in Chauvin Trial Says She Would Have Voted to Convict
Texas Sues Biden Administration for Allegedly Disregarding COVID-19 Rules at Border
Congress Presses Postal Service After Report Agents Are Monitoring American Social Media Accounts
Capitol Police Asked Why It Claimed Sicknick Died From Injuries Suffered During Jan. 6 Capitol Breach
Ma’Khia Bryant’s Neighbor Says Video Suggests Police Had to Shoot Teenager
Arizona Democrats File Last Minute Lawsuit Seeking to Block 2020 Election Audit
Mimi Nguyen Ly