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.
Google Doodle honors Argentine elections
More than 28 millions Argentines vote in nationwide elections today.
Addams family makes a cameo in Argentine elections
Watch one of the more unusual campaign ads from Argentina's elections, featuring the Addams family, the Argentine president and Hugo Chavez.
Argentines eat less beef
One of the world's biggest beef-eating nations is suddenly eating less beef.
Is protectionism on the rise in Brazil and Argentina?
The EU says that emerging economies are imposing barriers to international trade.
Colombian model denies drugs charges
A Colombian-born former beauty queen has denied drug-smuggling as she goes on trial in the Argentine capital Buenos Aires.
Legalizing same-sex marriage in Argentina
The country's National Congress voted to legalize a popularly supported bill on July 15, 2010. These scenes from the fight to make that happen.
Same-sex marriage legal, Argentinians ready to fight for full equality
LGBT rights advocates secured a major legal victory last year, but culture change will be a much slower process.
Brazilian media takes on Argentine president
The Brazilian media questions her use of historical figures and her appeals to sentamentalism.
Pele: If Messi didn't see me play, I'll send him a video
The soccer players are mentioned as two of the best ever, but Messi said he's never seen Pele play.
Puyehue volcano causes more flight cancellations
Almost all flights out of Buenos Aires were canceled or delayed.
Brazil's slowdown can hurt neighboring Argentina
The global crisis hovers over Latin America, threatens Argentina
Scientists discover oldest whale fossil in Antarctica
Discovery could suggest that whales evolved more quickly into totally aquatic creatures than previously thought.
Reevaluating the Falklands War
A new book offers a different take on why the war was fought and when it was planned.
Blackberry down for third day, with service disruptions reported in U.S., Canada
Blackberry down again for millions of users around world, while RIM admits that service outages have spread to the United States and Canada.
Blackberry down again as service outages spread to Brazil, Argentina and Chile
Blackberry users in Africa, Europe, India and the Middle East face second day of service outages, while Research in Motion (RIM), the smartphone's manufacturer, says Latin America also affected.
Netflix gains a competitor in Argentina
Telecom Argentina will offer access to 2,500 movies, TV shows and adult films for $11.90 per month.
Capital flight plagues Argentina
Capital flight out of Argentina could exceed $22 billion this year.
The road to the World Cup
South American teams hit the field today to compete for a spot at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
Earthquake hits northern Argentina
There were no immediate reports of serious injuries from the 6.2-magnitude quake.
Latin America puts forward its films for the Oscars
Check out Latin America's submissions for Best Foreign Language Film at the upcoming Academy Awards.
Argentine police seize liquid cocaine
The seized cocaine was valued at $27 million and was disguised within gel packs used for easing muscle aches.
Argentina mulls allowing euthanasia
A couple has asked for a "dignified death" for their 2-year-old daughter who has been in a vegetative state since birth.
UK generals fear loss of Falkland Islands
Retired generals say Argentina, with China, could reclaim the Falkland Islands.
Argentina: Cristina turns it around
Argentina's first elected female president looks set to win a second term
Battle over Buenos Aires' squeegee men
Buenos Aires considers banning men who clean the windshields of stopped cars.
The social network craze in Latin America
Take a guess at Latin America's most popular social networks.
IMF questions Argentina's accounting methods
Private estimates of inflation are more than twice as high as the government's numbers.
Sea names no small matter
Falklands Sea or Malvinas Sea? Choose wisely.