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  • Pope Francis Is Conservative Champion Of Poor

    "When I give food to the poor, they call me a saint. When I ask why they are poor, they call me a communist." Which esteemed South American archbishop uttered these thought-provoking words? It was not Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio of Argentina, now...
  • Argentina mixes olives and wine, keeps travelers happy

    Argentina mixes olives and wine, keeps travelers happy
    MAIPU, Argentina - Ten minutes in the orchard and already my hands felt raw. How do they do this all day without gloves, I wondered, shuffling my feet for a better foothold in Argentina's sandy clay. It was Thursday, the day we'd expected to be tasting...
  • Top 5 hotels you don't need to leave

    Top 5 hotels you don't need to leave
    While many travelers treat the hotel as simply a spot to sleep while vacationing, some of us enjoy a one-stop shop that has everything from award-winning restaurants and daytime entertainment to a great location and comfortable accommodations. For those...
  • PASSINGS: Ernesto Sabato, Henry Cooper, Olaf Helmer

    PASSINGS: Ernesto Sabato, Henry Cooper, Olaf Helmer
    Ernesto Sabato Argentine writer presided over probe of rulers Argentine writer Ernesto Sabato, 99, a widely admired intellectual who presided over a probe into the crimes committed by the nation's military rulers, died Saturday of complications from...
  • Nestor Kirchner dies at 60; former president of Argentina

    Nestor Kirchner dies at 60; former president of Argentina
    Former President Nestor Kirchner, the husband of Argentina's current leader and a frequently mentioned possible candidate to succeed her, died unexpectedly Wednesday of an apparent heart attack. He was 60. Kirchner, who guided the country from 2003 to...
  • Recording Industry: Here's a (inadvertent) handy guide on best websites for stealing music

    Recording Industry: Here's a (inadvertent) handy guide on best websites for stealing music
    From the Midnight Sun blog: In response to an inquiry from the federal government trade czar, the Recording Industry Association of America released Monday a filing itemizing "notorious markets" across the globe. Notorious markets are physical places...
  • Argentina's Fernandez sworn in for a second term as president

     
    Argentinan president Fernandez de Kirchner was sworn in for a second term, after winning re-election in an October landslide...
  • Why Argentina, Britain and Sean Penn care about the Falklands

     
    The fury over the Falkland Islands can seem strange to outsiders and even to Argentines and Brits themselves. Argentine writer Jose Luis Borges once described the Falklands conflict as “a fight between two bald men over a comb.”...
  • Judge promises probe into Argentina train crash that killed 49

     
    A federal judge in Argentina promised to lead an investigation into the causes of a stunning crash in Buenos Aires that killed at least 49 people and injured more than 600 Wednesday morning....
  • Theater review: 'El Pasado Es un Animal Grotesco' at REDCAT

     
    Argentine writer-director Mariano Pensotti's "El Pasado Es un Animal Grotesco" (The Past is a Grotesque Animal) opens in Los Angeles at the Roy and Edna Disney/CalArts Theater (REDCAT)....
  • Argentina bomb defused where Colombia's ex-president was to speak

     
    Employees of a theater in central Buenos Aires find a bomb perhaps intended to kill Colombia's former president Alvaro Uribe....