BUENOS AIRES — A political marriage of convenience that once appeared to be a stroke of genius is unraveling as Argentina’s president and vice president trade blame over their party’s tumbling fortunes. President Alberto Fernández on Monday replaced several ministers after a striking broadside by his vice president, Cristina FernándezContinue Reading

The teenagers from Britain and Canada have advanced to the semifinals at the U.S. Open. (The run certainly surprised Emma Raducanu, who had a flight home booked after the qualifying tournament.) There they go again. For the second consecutive day at the U.S. Open — or maybe it was theContinue Reading

The singer Vicente Fernández was “El Ídolo” and “El Rey” — the idol of Mexico and the king of ranchera music. These lofty titles reinforced his profound cultural influence, which spanned decades and countries far beyond Mexico. Fernández, who died on Sunday at 81, long represented the ideal of theContinue Reading