Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner
Christina Fernandez de Kircher has lost her verified checkmark but will maintain control over now-defunct institutional Twitter accounts.
Two weeks into his presidency Argentina's Mauricio Macri has demanded the release of opposition politicians jailed in Venezuela prompting a public spat and proving that, in foreign policy at least, his election promise of "change" was real.
After 12 years of a Kirchner leader — either Nestor or Cristina — voters in Argentina will decide on Sunday to either close the book on the Kirchners or vote for continuing their policies and programs. What's their legacy?
President Fernández said the meeting with the American whistleblower underpinned her opposition to electronic voting.
The legislature of Buenos Aires province voted this week to enact a law that would require at least 1 percent of government jobs go to people who identify as transgender.
Legislators belonging to President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner's majority coalition have proposed updating a 1988 anti-discrimination law to outlaw "offensive" speech on the internet. Critics call the proposal an attack on free speech.
President Fernandez de Kirchner said the new service will help the domestic film market, but industry types point out the government is pumping money into a domestic box office that is maxing out.
The lifting of the ban was met with muted enthusiasm from Argentina's beef producers, who say their government has over-regulated and hurt their industry. Producers expect to make $280 million a year once imports resume.
Here is a timeline of key events related to the mysterious death of Alberto Nisman in Argentina, a case that dredged memories of one of the worst terrorist attacks in Latin American history.
VICE News traveled to Buenos Aires to investigate the mysterious death of special prosecutor Alberto Nisman.
Coming soon: VICE News traveled to Buenos Aires to investigate the mysterious death of special prosecutor Alberto Nisman.
When Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner visited Moscow in April to meet with Vladimir Putin, she also met with whistleblower Edward Snowden over concerns of British spying on her country, a new report says.