Argentine Dirty War general dies
Gen. Antonio Bussi was serving life in prison.
Buenos Aires to hold first gay pride festival
The December celebration will last 9 days.
Print books locally, says Argentine president
Almost 80 percent of books in Argentina are made abroad.
Argentina tackles traffic congestion
Cars would only be allowed into parts of Buenos Aires depending on whether their license plate is an even or odd number.
Police will control access to Buenos Aires
The goal is to prevent auto theft, piracy of asphalt, drug trafficking and human trafficking.
Argentine president outlines economic vision
Emphasizes expansion of economy, downplays rising prices.
Argentine airline to cut back on international flights
The government-owned airline Aerolineas Argentinas is facing a period of austerity.
Argentina optimistic about soy crop
The country is predicting a good year for its important export, but wheat production is expected to fall.
In Argentina, graffiti goes highbrow
A vibrant tradition of street art has become a bona-fide movement
Prince William to deploy as RAF helicopter pilot to Falkland Islands near Argentina
Prince William of Wales, a British Air Force helicopter pilot, will reportedly deploy for a tour of duty in the Falkland Islands, a small archipelago in the far south Atlantic that is home to more sheep than people.
Argentina's dollar reserves fall daily
Argentina's reserves have fallen $768 million in the last 8 days after a wave of dollar withdrawals.
Wendy's returns to Argentina
The hamburger chain will open its first store in Buenos Aires in the coming weeks.
Dakar Rally 2012: a coast-to-coast off-road race
Cars, motorbikes, trucks and quads race across Argentina, Chile and Peru in the grueling off-road endurance race.
Photos: Dakar Rally 2011
What does it take to win an off-road endurance race?
Argentine politicians get their own beer brands
The "Evita" lager beer honors Eva Peron, an icon of the Argentine workers movement.
Argentina's YPF announces oil find
Argentina's biggest oil and natural gas company said it found nearly a billion barrels of shale oil in Patagonia.
The world's most unequal countries
Incomes in Latin America are more unequal than in any other region.
Car sales drop in Brazil
Declining sales in Brazil could offer a warning light for the global auto industry.
Train, bus carrying schoolchildren collide
At least 7 people are dead from a collision between a train and a bus carrying 42 schoolgirls.
Argentina opens debate over abortion
An estimated 500,000 to 700,000 illegal abortions are performed in Argentina each year.
Currency controls continue in Argentina
The price of the dollar on the black market rose as new measures virtually block the sale of foreign currency to the public.
Argentina imposes foreign currency controls
The measures are intended to stem capital flight and limit money laundering.
Uruguay revokes 'Dirty War' amnesty
Uruguay's congress has revoked an amnesty that protects officers from prosecution for crimes committed while the country was under military dictatorship from 1975 to 1983.
Argentina builds South America's tallest tower
At 235 meters and 54 floors, a tower in one of Buenos Aires' richest neighbors will be the tallest in the region.
Foreign investment in Latin America grows
Foreign investment into Latin America grew 54 percent in the first half of the year.
Argentina could copy Rio's favela policing program
Brazil has been sending police into Rio's slums to try to take back the areas from drug traffickers.
Photos: A historic election for Argentina
Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner won another four years as president of Argentina.
Argentina re-elects Fernandez
Argentine President Cristina Fernandez won in a landslide victory.
Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner wins re-election in Argentina
The president won an overwhelming percent of the vote, according to exit polls.
What's at stake in the Argentine elections?
The biggest question is just how much power voters will give to President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner.