Authoritarian Jair Bolsonaro attacks the press using the same justification the U.S. used to charge Julian Assange.
Environmental commons like the Amazon rain forest are vulnerable to shifts in the fickle winds of politics.
Problematic deforestation continues, but the "lungs of the earth" are still breathing.
Libertarians Forged an Alliance With Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro. Was It a Deal With the Devil?
Free market reformers and authoritarian nationalists battle it out to reshape Brazil.
It's fair to take the cops' account with a grain of salt.
It's an attempt at scaremongering meant to win over social traditionalists.
Brazil, Russia, Greece, and China were all suckers in one of the oldest scams in sports
Cryptocurrency vs. tariffs, monetary controls, and red tape.
"Brazil's democracy has never been stronger."
Getting to a color-blind criminal justice system by making it harsher on whites
Spectators can now freely express their opposition to interim president Michel Temer at the Rio Games.
Few boondoggles are bigger, more costly, and less permanent than Olympic infrastructure.
The city is still paying the tab for the bid-but it could have been much worse.
Can these millennial activists defeat the left and save Brazil?
Because WhatsApp is so popular, it is a prime target for government data mining-and not just in Brazil.
Lower house votes to impeach Brazilian president over massive corruption scandal.
Protests in Brazil After Prez Names Ex-Prez Lula Chief of Staff to Protect Him From Corruption Charges, Sparking Protests
A federal investigation could still yield him and others in government.
The three women want to be able to raise a family together and share maternal rights.
Unsustainable and yet seemingly unstoppable
How to create black markets and encourage game piracy
Dilma Rousseff defeated Aecio Neves by the thinnest margin in more than 30 years
Small plane crashed in Santos, Brazil
Brazil Prepares for World Cup by Seizing Homes, Chasing Vendors Away; Protesters Respond With a World Cup of Their Own
An alt-World Cup in the favelas.
Expensive World Cup Preparations, Anti-World Cup Protests Continue in Brazil; Part of Stadium Roof Collapses
Less than six months from the first march!
Was interviewed for Brazil television
Made the offer in a letter to the Folha newspaper
Brazil is supposed to have construction completed on all sites by the end of the year, but may mis that deadline
Officials have been complaining about American surveillance
Winner allegedly paid largest bribe, runner up second largest
2014 World Cup just eight months way
Not happy about NSA revelations
What, no blaming the messenger or defending it in knee-jerk reaction? How odd.
Americans not the only ones reportedly snooping on Brazil
Has even offered to underwrite 100 percent of the cost, apparently having learned nothing from this summer's protests