The Democratic candidate for the U.S. Senate spoke with LPO about her campaign, and how to prevent division among Democrats.
Argentina's Minister of Finance blamed bondholders and the IMF for the crisis and said it was not "realistic" to lower the deficit this year
Martin Guzmán spoke before Congress, promising not to be intimidated by the investment funds and accepted that the bondholders "will be frustrated" by his offer. Cambiemos called for a broader economic plan.
Lopez Obrador offered a dinner to Mexican billionaires to sell 3 million tickets of a special lottery. The president said there were no slights at the event at the National Palace.
The arrest of Emilio Lozoya could trigger a political earthquake in Mexico for members of former President Enrique Peña Nieto's administration. The former official allegedly wanted to negotiate with the new government.
With Cristina Kirchner's return to power in Argentina, the Mexican mogul seeks to take over PointState investment fund's business. The firm is on the brink of defaulting on investors.
King of Spain Calls for "Respect for the Constitution" as President Sánchez Negotiates with Independence Supporters
Felipe VI cited the crisis in Catalonia as one of the greatest "concerns" for the country and recalled that the Magna Carta " recognizes the territorial diversity that defines us".
Mexican Secretary of Security: "Mexico must seal the cracks where weapons from the U.S. enter the country"
Secretary Alfonso Durazo demanded that Washington join efforts to stop gun trafficking "without bargaining".
"It's a clandestine proposal": President López Obrador Denies the Inclusion of Labor Attaches in the USMCA
After it came to light that the U.S. wants the inclusion of labor attaches in Mexico, Foreign Secretary Ebrard assured that the measure would first have to be accepted by Mexico and that the treaty is intact.
Trump's Impeachment Might Have Prompted the Arrest of Mexico's Former Security Secretary, Under Investigation Since 2001
The detention had profound political effects in Mexico, calling into question the credibility of former President Felipe Calderón. The Mexican government was not aware of the detention beforehand.
The new president and vice president of Argentina said they will prioritize justice reform and cleaning up the intelligence services: "Never again to a Justice contaminated by intelligence services, judicial operators, obscure procedures and media lynchings".