Remember when Brazil was an emerging success story? Former President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva proved that even a so-called leftist could run a market-friendly...
The city's mayor called the scene a "war without precedent"
New world wave rider
They wore matching dresses too
All passengers managed to evacuate just in time
Protesters say the President knew about a huge graft scandal at the state oil company Petrobas
The new legislation is seen as a victory for Brazilian women
Flavio Roberto de Souza said he was taking the car home because police had no place to park it
Brazilian authorities said Saturday they arrested a self-professed minister put on a U.S. most-wanted list for allegedly molesting two girls in a “Maidens Group”...
The country is facing a perfect storm of negatives
Photographer Décio Araújo utilizes mobile technology to create captivating city-scapes of his native Sao Paulo
Research says paid paternity leave can boost economies, empower women and make families happier
President Dilma Rousseff, herself a former victim of the former dictatorship's abuses, sheds tears as she unveils Truth Commission report
Sailson Jose das Graças told reporters that he killed for pleasure and the accompanying adrenaline rush
The red-hot musician Criolo has captured public anger about social divisions in Brazil
In fact, it just fell to its second lowest level in 25 years
10 killed in bloody night of violence in the northern city of Belém
Leftist incumbent President Dilma Rousseff took the top spot in the first round but failed to get an overall majority
The economy takes center stage as incumbent President Dilma Rousseff takes on business-friendly challenger Aécio Neves in a run-off election Oct. 26
Thrown into the contest after the sudden death of Eduardo Campos, Silva has shaken up a race that until recently looked like a walkover for President Dilma...