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Lance Armstrong settles $100m US government lawsuit for $5m

Lance Armstrong has agreed to pay $5m (£3.5m) to the US government to settle a long-running lawsuit that could have cost him $100m (£71m)...

Trump says US officials talking to N Korea ahead of Kim...

US officials have held direct talks with North Korea on setting up a historic summit with its leader, President Donald Trump has announced. "We have...

Russia accused of global net hack attacks

State-sponsored Russian hackers are actively seeking to hijack essential internet hardware, US and UK intelligence agencies say. The UK's National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC), the...

James Comey’s FBI memoir: Six claims about Trump

US President Donald Trump is seething about former FBI Director James Comey's new memoir, which is chock-full of scathing assessments of him. The publication likens...

Trump lawyer Michael Cohen under criminal investigation

US President Donald Trump's top lawyer is under criminal investigation, the US justice department has announced. Prosecutors say they are focusing on Michael Cohen's business...

Scooter Libby: Trump pardons Cheney aide who leaked

US President Donald Trump has pardoned former Vice-President Dick Cheney's chief of staff, who was convicted of lying about leaks to the media. Lewis Libby,...

Syria: What can Western military intervention achieve?

As the US and UK governments continue to discuss their potential response to the suspected chemical weapons attack in Douma in Syria, what could military...

School shooting: US TV host quits over David Hogg tweet

A US TV and radio commentator is off the air after threatening a Florida shooting survivor with sexual assault. In a tweet, Jamie Allman had...

Iran sets single foreign exchange rate to rescue currency

Iran's currency, the rial, lost some 20% against the US dollar in two weeks as Iranians rushed to hedge against depreciation of their assets....

TJ Miller: US actor charged over fake bomb threat on train

US actor and comedian TJ Miller has been charged for intentionally reporting a fake bomb threat while travelling on a train, officials say. Mr Miller,...

Tammy Duckworth becomes first US senator in office to give birth

US Senator Tammy Duckworth, 50, has given birth to a daughter, becoming the first sitting female US senator to give birth while in office. The...

Syria ‘chemical attack’: Russia and US in fierce row at UN

Washington has not ruled out military strikes. In April last year, the US fired cruise missiles at a Syrian airbase after a Sarin nerve...

US punishes key Putin allies over worldwide ‘malign activity’

The US has imposed sanctions on seven Russian oligarchs and 17 senior government officials, accusing them of "malign activity around the globe". Twelve companies owned...

Timothy Cunningham: Missing US government scientist found dead

The body of a US government disease scientist who vanished more than six weeks ago has been found in a river in Atlanta, Georgia,...

Family sues doctor who ‘used his sperm’ to impregnate patient

A US woman is suing her parents' former fertility doctor after claiming her DNA test results showed he secretly used his own sperm to...

Deported US Army veteran blames PTSD for drug conviction

A US Army veteran has been deported to Mexico after serving time in jail for drug charges, authorities say. Miguel Perez started using drugs after...

Spy poisoning: Russian diplomats expelled across US and Europe

The United States and its European allies are expelling dozens of Russian diplomats in a co-ordinated response to the poisoning of a former Russian...

US sanctions Iranian hackers for ‘stealing university data’

The United States has imposed sanctions on an Iranian company and 10 individuals for alleged cyber attacks, including on hundreds of universities. The Mabna Institute...

Trump drops threat to veto $1.3tn budget but vows: ‘Never again’

US President Donald Trump has signed a $1.3tn (£921bn) package to fund the government for six months, while vowing never to approve such a...

US school shooting: Gunman dies after being shot in Maryland

A gunman who shot and injured two teenage students at a high school in the US state of Maryland was shot dead after a...

Russia election: Trump congratulates Putin over victory

US President Donald Trump has spoken to his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin to congratulate him on his electoral victory two days ago. He said they...

Cambridge Analytica: Facebook ‘being investigated by FTC’

The US Federal Trade Commission is reported to be investigating Facebook after allegations that 50 million users' private information was misused by a political...

Mississippi passes strictest abortion law

Mississippi's governor has just signed into law the tightest abortion restrictions in the US. The bill bans most abortions after 15 weeks, with no exceptions...

Trump urges death penalty for drug dealers

US President Donald Trump has called for drug traffickers to face the death penalty as part of his plan to combat the US painkiller-addiction...

Are conservatives fighting back on US college campuses?

A conservative group for US students, formed less than six years ago, has 1,200 branches and a $10m budget. So who are they? On a...

US criticises China’s involvement in Africa

The US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has criticised China's economic engagement in Africa, which he said encouraged dependency, featured corrupt deals and was...

US steel and aluminium imports face big tariffs, Trump says

President Donald Trump has said he will sign off on steep tariffs on steel and aluminium imports next week, hitting producers like Canada and...

US Olympic chief resigns in wake of Nassar abuse scandal

The head of the United States Olympic Committee (USOC) has resigned, citing health reasons. Chief Executive Scott Blackmun recently revealed he was battling prostate cancer,...

Dick’s Sporting Goods and Walmart announce new gun restrictions

Two major US retailers have announced new restrictions on gun sales following the shooting at a Florida school where 17 people died. Dick's Sporting Goods,...

Melania Trump mocked for ‘positive social media’ speech

US First Lady Melania Trump has called for adults to "take the lead" to encourage children to develop "positive habits with social media and...

Outrage after US lawmaker links mass shooters to Democrats

A Republican US lawmaker from New York is facing political backlash after she claimed in a radio interview that many mass shooters tend to...

US teenager jailed for smuggling tiger across Mexico border

A US teenager has been sentenced to six months in prison after he was found guilty of trying to smuggle a Bengal tiger cub...

Billy Graham: Influential US evangelist dies at 99

US evangelist Billy Graham - one of the most influential preachers of the 20th Century - has died aged 99. He died at his home...

Trump pushes for ban on gun ‘bump stocks’

US President Donald Trump has signed an order to ban bump-stock devices, which were used by a gunman who killed 58 Las Vegas concert-goers...

Russian bots debate US gun control laws

Twitter accounts suspected of links to Russia have turned their attention to the contentious issue of US gun control in the wake of the...

Agenda Presidencial

AGENDA PRESIDENCIAL

Jueves 19 de abril de 2018 10:30hs Reunión de coordinación de gobierno. Casa Rosada 17:00hs Reunión de seguimiento de gestión del Plan de Integración Social y Urbana. Casa...

AGENDA PRESIDENCIAL

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Convocan a un “ruidazo nacional” contra el aumento de las tarifas

El llamado circula por las redes sociales y es para este miércoles a las 20. Usuarios de servicios públicos y organizaciones políticas y sindicales...