Animals still in cages a year after Buenos Aires zoo closure
The 140-year-old Buenos Aires zoo closed its doors and was transformed into a park a year ago, but hundreds of animals remain behind bars and in a noisy limbo
Argentine capital seeks to improve iconic Villa 31 slum
A city program in Argentina's capital aims to integrate the historic Villa 31 slum into the urban fabric of the capital by offering its 40,000 residents improved homes, sewage, running water, and a connection to the power grid by 2020
Argentina's first transgender police chief on duty
Analia Pasantino served in Argentina's federal police as a man for 20 years, then she came out as a transgender woman and was forced to resign
Argentine comedy group Les Luthiers wins top Spanish prize
Argentine comedy group Les Luthiers wins Spain's prestigious Princess of Asturias communications and humanities prize
International Women's Day in Buenos Aires
Demonstrations in the Argentinian capital were organized by the group Ni Una Menos, which means "not one less."
Federico Delbonis sweeps past Ivo Karlovic to give Argentina its first Davis Cup title
ZAGREB, Croatia -- Argentina won its first Davis Cup title on Sunday when Federico Delbonis swept past Ivo Karlovic in straight sets to complete a stunning 3-2 comeback win over Croatia. Delbonis dropped to the ground after his 6-3, 6-4, 6-2 victory. His teammates fell into each other's arms and
Team USA to face Argentina in men's basketball quarterfinals
RIO DE JANEIRO -- Team USA will face their old friends from Argentina on Wednesday in the men's basketball quarterfinals at the Rio Olympics. Argentina's loss Monday night in its Group B finale against Spain, coupled with Croatia's subsequent rout of Lithuania, dropped the Manu Ginobili -led
Kevin Durant leads U.S. with 23 in 111-74 romp over Argentina
LAS VEGAS -- New team. Same old result. Full of new star power, the U.S. men's basketball team opened its bid for a third straight Olympic gold medal Friday with a 111-74 exhibition romp over Argentina at T-Mobile Arena. A U.S. team that hasn't lost a game in 10 years had little trouble with
President Obama Under Fire for Dancing Tango in Argentina
The President received criticism for attending a baseball game in Cuba and dancing Tango in Argentina following the attacks in Brussels.
President Obama Honors Argentine Victims of 'Dirty War'
President Obama paid tribute to the victims of Argentina's so-called "Dirty War," honoring thousands of Argentinians killed by visiting the Parque de la Memoria on the 40th anniversary of the 1976 military coup.