3 days ago
The government of President Cristina Fernandez dismisses those concerns, saying the proposal to accept these dollars without charging taxes or asking whether they were obtained legally is needed...
63 days ago
"As Buenos Aires archbishop, Jorge Mario Bergoglio provided an outspoken counterpoint to the ever-more concentrated power of President Cristina Fernandez.
66 days ago
Bergoglio and Fernandez clashed so often that his official biographer, Sergio Rubin, compared them to "oil and water."
74 days ago
Even Cristina Fernandez herself, when she was a senator, spoke openly of the pain and indignity that the entire episode had brought to the country.
130 days ago
Fernandez often calls holdout creditors "vultures" who are trying to collect in full after buying Argentina's debt cheaply during its worst crisis.
144 days ago
President Cristina Fernandez's government and farmers have been at odds since 2008 when wide protests against soy export taxes disrupted grain exports.
150 days ago
Moyano and some other union leaders broke away from Fernandez this year as she tried to tame the demands of a now-divided labor movement by supporting a rival slate in union elections.
163 days ago
President Cristina Fernandez appealed to Argentina's Supreme Court on Friday, trying to enforce a government-imposed deadline for dismembering Grupo Clarin, a media company that has become her...
176 days ago
Analyst Roberto Bacman said Fernandez is claiming a place for herself and her husband on the same pedestal where the Perons still stand as the transformative figures of modern Argentina.
178 days ago
Argentina is running out of wiggle room in a billion-dollar showdown over foreign debts left unpaid since the country's world-record default a decade ago, and the stakes couldn't be higher for...