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  • South America, Cuba with luxury travel pioneer Geoffrey Kent for $99,500

    South America, Cuba with luxury travel pioneer Geoffrey Kent for $99,500
    Next year take off a month and indulge yourself with a trip to South America and Cuba led by luxury travel company founder and adventurer Geoffrey Kent. Kent, 72, founder and CEO of Abercrombie & Kent, designed the 23-day journey to Argentina, Brazil,...
  • Britain, Argentina in new dispute over the Falkland Islands

    Britain and Argentina are clashing again in their long-running dispute over the Falkland Islands, this time at an international summit in Brussels. The remote islands in the South Atlantic are claimed by both countries, which fought a war over them in...
  • Argentina: huelga paraliza transporte y otras actividades

    Argentina: huelga paraliza transporte y otras actividades
    Los argentinos enfrentaron el martes numerosas dificultades para llegar a sus trabajos por una huelga encabezada por sindicatos enfrentados con el gobierno que mantienen paralizados el transporte terrestre, la administración de justicia, los puertos,...
  • Argentinian student reflects on his year at Edgewater High School

    Argentinian student reflects on his year at Edgewater High School
    In the city where Facundo Perez Montalvo lives in Argentina, the community is literally bordering on two other nations. “I live next to two countries,” said Perez Montalvo, who is 16. “I live next to Brazil and Paraguay. When you are...
  • Rural Society review: Jose Garces opens a beef lover's dream

    Rural Society review: Jose Garces opens a beef lover's dream
    Jose Garces is a brand name in Philadelphia, where he owns 11 of his 16 restaurants, but the Chicago-born, Humboldt Park-raised chef is a relative unknown in his hometown. Were it not for Mercat a la Planxa, his spiffy Spaniard in the Blackstone Hotel,...
  • Argentine judge orders arrest warrant for Justin Bieber

    Argentine judge orders arrest warrant for Justin Bieber
    An Argentine judge has issued an arrest warrant for Justin Bieber on Friday, saying the singer failed to respond to summons related to allegations he ordered bodyguards to attack a photographer in 2013. Judge Alberto Julio Banos ordered the "immediate...
  • Soccer match suspended after visiting team hit with eye irritant

    Soccer match suspended after visiting team hit with eye irritant
    BUENOS AIRES, Argentina — A Copa Libertadores match between bitter Argentine rivals Boca Juniors and River Plate was suspended Thursday after River Plate players were sprayed with a substance that seemed to affect their vision and irritated their...
  • Argentina suspends all professional soccer following player death

    Argentina suspends all professional soccer following player death
    The pitch will be silent in Argentina this weekend in honor of Emanuel Ortega, a 21-year-old fourth division soccer player who died after he was pushed into a concrete pillar by an opponent during a game last week. Ortega, a forward for San Martin de...
  • Case against Argentine president moves forward

    Case against Argentine president moves forward
    The Argentine prosecutor who inherited a high-profile case against President Cristina Fernandez reaffirmed the accusations Friday, formally renewing the investigation into whether she helped Iranian officials cover up their alleged role in the 1994...
  • Bill O'Reilly: Is he doing journalism?

    Bill O'Reilly: Is he doing journalism?
    When was the last time you thought about Bill O’Reilly’s reporting? I know it may sound like a trick question. He has been a commentator/editorialist for so long at “The O’Reilly Factor” that many people may not know that...
  • Bill O'Reilly furor: It's about professionalism

    Bill O'Reilly furor: It's about professionalism
    Bill O'Reilly has cast the controversy over his Argentina reporting as a political issue. He says his left-wing critics are coming after him. But former colleagues at CBS, where O'Reilly was working in 1982, say it's a matter of professionalism. They...