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Desperate to save money, Argentines are buying cars in record-breaking numbers.
A fiscal debate gets physical in the Upper House. China and Argentina make up over the soy oil saga. The economy reaches record (nominal) growth, although inflation is rising. Plus, the nation watches the rescue of a girl trapped in a well, and the president declares wine the national drink.
Hundreds of kidnapped children must decide if they want to expose their parents' crimes.
Q&A: The author of "The Secret in Their Eyes" on his passion for soccer and his upcoming film.
Kirchner helped turn Argentina's economic tide and was expected to run again for president.
Imagine the Red Sox and the Yankees in the same city.
In Bolivia, the tradition of cooking with wood and fire is going up in smoke.
The Vietnamese fishermen who provide the US with much of its seafood are getting locked out of cleanup efforts.
A mother's journey to the farm houses and orchards of Vermont — not quite the cowboys of Western novels.
Sea turtles, oysters and shorebirds are all in danger from the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.
Argentina's talented directors have the freedom to develop their own style rather than worrying about commercial success.
Q&A: A geophysicist talks about the recent spate of earthquakes, lessons from Charles Darwin and the possibility of volcanoes erupting.
Meet the forgotten veterans of the Falkland Islands War.
Try giving up meat in the world's biggest beef-eating nation.
Buenos Aires' neighborhoods offer an impressive sampling of the city's heritage and utopian ambitions.
Why Argentina might become the first Latin American country to legalize gay marriage.
What's behind Argentina's attempt to decentralize the media?