Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner is turning to desperate measures to maintain power as her approval ratings plummet in the run-up to midterm elections. Correspondent Ian Mount has details.
Correspondent Ian Mount reports on the growth of fan-related violence in the world of Argentine soccer. Three people have died since January. Correspondent Ian Mount reports that the pattern that leads to fan violence is proving hard to break.
Argentines love to go to Florida. But, Argentina limits the amount of money its citizens can take out of the country, and it restricts their purchase of dollars. So some Miami businesses have taken the step of accepting Argentine pesos.
Chicago's Polish Village thrived as Polish immigration to the United States soared through the 1980s. But changing migration patterns and the economic downturn of a few years ago dramatically cut into business. Now owners are hoping immigration reform might be a jolt to the area.
Bangladesh's national soccer team isn't competing in the World Cup this year, so fans there are flying the colors of Argentina or Brazil — and that has put them afoul of the authorities. The artist behind "Calvin and Hobbes" returns, briefly. And Apple awaits a tax bill, in today's Global Scan.