Argentines prepare for huge anti-government march
Thousands of people are using social networks to mobilize a huge march Thursday night against President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, organizing what they hope will be the country's biggest anti-government protest in more than a decade
Communist rebels kill 4 soldiers in Philippines
outskirts of Davao city late Sunday afternoon, initially killing three soldiers, regional military spokeswoman Maj. Rosa Maria Cristina Manuel said. The rebels dragged another soldier to a rice field and fatally shot him. Troops found his body on Monday, she
GDP Warrants Up for Second Day in Argentina; YPF Recovers
YPF also recovered everything it lost on Thursday." The market seemed to benefit from comments made by Argentine President Cristina Kirchner the previous day, when she stated emphatically that her government will pay all of its debt commitments in U.S
Argentina drops voting age to 16 ahead of key vote
President Cristina Fernandez on Thursday celebrated a new law that lowers the voting age to 16, a move that could have a big influence in next year's
Utility workers pelted with eggs after Bridgeport, Conn. mayor blasts provider
personnel on the ground before Sandy even hit the East Coast. During Irene, only 700 personnel were deployed during the peak of the storm, West said. FoxNews.com's Cristina Corbin and the Associated Press contributed to this report.
Chevron sued in Argentina over Ecuadorean spills
decades ago. A court judgment freezing Chevron's assets in Argentina probably couldn't come at a worse time for President Cristina Fernandez. Chevron is a major player in Argentina, producing about 26,000 barrels of crude and 4 million cubic feet of
Connecticut mayor claims state's largest city 'shortchanged' by utility company in wake of Sandy
That includes 227,000 customers in Manhattan, 103,000 in Queens, 59,000 in Brooklyn, 83,000 on Staten Island and 36,000 in the Bronx. FoxNews.com's Cristina Corbin and the Associated Press contributed to this report.
Superstorm Sandy could still bring chaos to election day
response to a storm that has affected voters in at least 13 states. "The election will take care of itself next week," Obama told reporters on Monday. FoxNews.com's Cristina Corbin and Joshua Rhett Miller contributed to this report.
Alleged Colombian trafficker caught in Argentina
Argentine role, attributing the arrest to "a very thorough investigation" by his agency and federal forces. He said President Cristina Fernandez had personally approved the necessary resources. Colombia's President Juan Manuel Santos sent a Twitter message
Argentina's Clarin defiant in face of gov threats
the Argentine government's Dec. 7 deadline for submitting plans to dismantle the media company that has become President Cristina Fernandez's leading critic. The conglomerate is entirely focused on persuading the courts to extend an injunction barring