Wounds of 1982 Falklands war, ordered by late UK PM and which cost many Argentinian lives, still linger.
Head of a Caracas polling firm says no matter who wins on Sunday, the Hugo Chavez era will be over.
Debate over gun control invades the sporting arena as gun lobby sponsors key NASCAR race.
As presidential campaigning enters its last stage ahead of Sunday's elections, candidates battle to win over voters.
Nicolas Maduro is whistling along with the spirit of Hugo Chavez, but opposition has a salsa all-star of its own.
As much of the UK mourns its first female prime minister, Margaret Thatcher's legacy in Argentina remains controversial.
The world's first declaration of human rights now on display in the US for the first time
Poll shows the debate over the future of same-sex marriage could not come at a better time for its advocates.
Tribunal rules in favour of ex-UN employee, but he says settlement is too small to deter graft.
The role of pope Francis and the Catholic church during Argentina's military dictatorship is under scrutiny.
Should terrorism suspects be tried in a courtroom or a military tribunal?