Farmers in Argentina have been protesting in the streets for months after President Cristina Fern-ndez de Kirchner implemented a soybean export tax increase without congressional consent. With Argentina's congress close to a vote on the tax hike, The Takeaway talks with Paul Scheltus, a blogger and reporter covering the situation from Buenos Aires.
The Masters Tournament in Augusta, Georgia came to an extraordinary close yesterday with a victory by Angel Cabrera, the first Argentine in history to win the tournament. Sports blogger Ibrahim Abdul Matin visits The Takeaway.
A judge blocked Latin America's first gay marriage at the last minute today in Buenos Aires, Argentina. We get the latest from BBC's South America correspondent, Candace Piette, live from Buenos Aires.
Yesterday was International No Pants Day, though you'd be hard-pressed to find it on any official calendars. With 16 countries and 44 cities participating, thousands boarded subway systems around the world to pull off one of the biggest annual pranks.
Nestor Kirchner, former Argentine president and husband to Argentina's current leader, Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, died suddenly of a heart attack Wednesday. Mark Jones of Rice University talks about what this leader's death means for his country.