Argentina faces nail-biter election as economy crumbles

Argentines head to the polls Sunday in a down-to-the-wire race between two wildly different presidential candidates, with many frozen by indecision over which choice will rescue them from triple-digit inflation.

One candidate is Economy Minister Sergio Massa, 51, who has overseen annual inflation of 143 percent and record poverty levels.

Four Cloned Dogs are “Advising” the Radical Candidate for President of Argentina?

I dedicate it to my "children with four paws".

That's how Javier Milei, the unconventional self-described "anarcho-capitalist" libertarian, reacted to his result in Argentina's presidential primary this fall. In the first round, surprisingly, he was only second. However, his "four-legged children" remained the object of attention.