The US Supreme Court on Monday handed a victory to abortion rights advocates, striking down a Texas law imposing strict regulations on abortion doctors and facilities that its critics contended were specifically designed to shut down clinics.
The government-sponsored electoral reform bill introduced last week is likely to have smooth sailing in Congress, but its proposed instruments are far from being a panacea.
Greg Mankiw, a Harvard economist and a respected voice in economic policy-making, recently wrote a New York Times article discussing five possible explanations for slow growth in rich countries. The final possibility he discusses is one that I haven’t seen much in recent years — the notion that government deficits slow economic growth.
The Mauricio Macri administration is closely following the political and economic scenario in the United Kingdom where the decision by the British people to leave the European Union has sent shockwaves around the world, ámbito.com reported.
Stolbizer to expand lawsuit against CFK
Federal prosecutor Guillermo Marijuan yesterday said Kirchnerite businessman Lázaro Báez had “extensively stashed” funds likely coming from the Argentine government, suggesting his wealth may come from “criminal activities” such as over billing for public works and fiscal fraud.
Armenia visit angers Turkey
Pope Francis says gays — and other people marginalized by the church like the poor and the exploited — deserve an apology.
Federal Judge Julián Ercolini said yesterday that he intends to make a decision in the next week about a request for financial secrecy rules to be waived on former president Cristina Fernández de Kirchner and her inner circle, setting the stage for another negative week in the courts for Kirchnerites.
Standard & Poor's and Fitch Ratings cut Britain's credit rating on Monday judging that last week's vote to leave the European Union will hurt the economy.
The political fallout from Britain’s stunning decision to leave the European Union sharply escalated yesterday, with debate growing inside the governing Conservative Party over choosing a successor to Prime Minister David Cameron and a coup attempt emerging against the leader of the opposition Labour Party.
gov’t unlikely to access argentines’ bank data
As the whitewash bill is set to be approved this week, the government seeks to sign an assets deal with the United States to have access to data of the bank accounts of Argentines in the US — a way to put pressure on those holding undeclared funds to take part in the new tax amnesty.
leftist unidos podemos fail to surpass psoe
Spanish elections delivered a hung Parliament for the second time in six months yesterday, piling intense pressure on Spain’s warring politicians to form a government.• Socialists lose Andalusia, as rest of country sees little change
The government has acknowledged that the annual inflation now stands above 40 percent, but there will be no re-opening of collective bargaining talks even if most salary agreements stood below that figure, Labour Secretary Ezequiel Sabor said yesterday.
Germán Lauro, shot-putting athlete
By Martín Zendrón
Lionel Messi blasted a penalty over the bar in what looks like being his last act in international football as Chile beat Argentina in a shootout to win the Copa America for the second year in a row on Sunday.
Argentina loses its third consecutive final
Chile wins the Copa América 4-2 on penalties
By Martín Zendrón
It seemed like the perfect chance to end the negative run in finals. Argentina was looking for its first major trophy yesterday after 23 years, a title that would take some pressure off this generation of players in the future — especially for Lionel Messi. However, it couldn’t be this time.
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