Argentina Cancels Israel Match Amid 'Threats' Against Soccer Superstar MessiArgentina's national soccer men's team called off a pre-World Cup exhibition match with Israel following political pressure and claims of threats towards players, sparking outrage from Israeli officials.
Trump's Tariffs To Be Debated During G20 Summit In Argentina Fears of a trade war are looming as President Donald Trump is expected to impose sweeping tariffs on steel and aluminum.
As Mom Filmed, Child Struck By Lightning While Playing In The Rain A child struck by lightning, made it out alive, but the scary moments were caught on video by his own mother who was watching him play in the rain.
Florida Gov. Scott Heads To Argentina For Trade MissionScott is traveling to Argentina for a trade mission organized by the state's embattled economic development agency.
Suspected Colombian Drug Boss Behind Bars In MiamiA suspected Colombian drug trafficker appeared in a federal courtroom in Miami less than 24 hours after arriving in the U.S.
Suspected Colombian Drug Boss Extradited & Booked In MiamiA suspected Colombian drug boss has been booked into the Federal Detention Center in Miami after being extradited to the U.S.
7 Best Places To View Ancient Cave PaintingsDetailing seven of the world's best places to view ancient cave paintings
Obama Talks "Dirty War" Victims, Human Rights In Argentina President Barack Obama acknowledged the United States did not do enough to push for human rights during Argentina's "Dirty War" dictatorship.
U.S., Argentina Agree To Strengthen TiesIn the first visit to Argentina by a U.S. president in almost two decades, President Barack Obama and Argentina's president talked about strengthening ties.
Guide To The Best St. Patrick's Day Celebrations In The WorldSt. Patrick’s Day is the time of year when everyone digs out their favorite green outfits from the back of their closets and heads out to celebrate this festive Irish-themed holiday.
White House: Obama's Cuba Visit A Step ForwardPresident Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama will visit Cuba later this year - a first from a sitting U.S. President in nearly a century.
Apple Recalling Millions Of Power Adapters Over Shock RiskApple is recalling millions of power adapters because they could cause an electric shock.