In a historic runoff election Sunday, Argentina elected Buenos Aires' pro-business mayor Mauricio Macri over Daniel Scioli, a member of the Victory Front party with President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner.
During Argentina's military dictatorship, as many as 30,000 people simply “disappeared,” including some young, pregnant women, whose babies were then given to couples deemed sympathetic to the regime. What happened to those children, who are now adults? Retro Report, distributed…
By PBS NewsHour
Monday on the NewsHour, Slovenia reopens its border to migrants. Also: More Mideast unrest as Secretary of State John Kerry calls for peace, awaiting decisions from Joe Biden and Rep. Paul Ryan, VW owners left in limbo after the emissions…
By PBS NewsHour
By Victoria Fleischer
As the hours tick down to 2015, here at Art Beat we offer a final look at some of the artists we lost over the last year, whose lives and legacies are worth another goodbye.
By Joshua Barajas
A court in Argentina ruled Sunday that an orangutan was entitled to some basic rights as a "non-human individual" and can live in a partially free primate sanctuary, local media reported.
While Germany celebrated it 1-0 win over Argentina in the final game of the 2014 World Cup, Brazil faced its loss and the high cost of hosting. Judy Woodruff talks to Tommy Smyth of ESPN and Matthew Futterman of The…
Argentine Faithful Hope Pope Francis Can Reform Vatican Transparency…
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