The president's popularity has soared since her husband's death last year and in Sunday's election, she looks set to receive the largest amount of votes by any Argentine president since its return to democracy in 1983.
We have flavours of the month. Michelle Bachmann, the Congresswoman from Minnesota, has been very popular with the so called Tea Party activists, the right wing of the Republican movement who so adored Sarah Palin. But her bubble burst at the end of the summer ...
Indigenous people and environmentalists are approaching La Paz after a 500km march from the southern city of Trinidad, as they turn on president in protest against a planned road that would cut through rainforest.
Nearly 30 years in the making Martin Luther King's memorial on the National Mall has finally been dedicated by President Obama
Mansoor Arbabsiar, arrested for plotting to kill Saudi diplomats in the US, is seen as an unlikely villain by the people who know him.
It's a city plagued by drugs and violence but now officials in Ciudad Juarez are trying to clean up its image.
The former Massachusetts governor sees Venezuela and Cuba as threats to the region, but will hope to strengthen relations with Mexico but not before completing the border fence.
The US department of agriculture says tens of millions of Americans don't know where their next meal is coming from.
Off Canada's east coast the Royal Canadian Mounted Police hunts for illicit booze smugglers.
Together, leaves, snow and weddings generated $829 million dollars for the state in 2009. The tourism industry pumps reliable money into the state’s economy. Tropical Storm Irene, however, has the potential to put a rather big dent in that number.
Thousands of Portuguese turn out at a dusty ranch in Ontario in a centuries-old tradition to run with bulls the size of a small car.