The campaign has only just begun but Marina Silva, who was handed the Brazilian Socialist Party's nomination after her running mate died in a plane crash, is now...
How some travelers are supporting their teams in Brazil while on a budget
When the World Cup starts today, 200 million Brazilians will invest all their hopes of victory in a player who is the best the country has produced for a...
Let the games begin
The Christ the Redeemer statue is seen lit with the colors of the 32 nations participating in the World Cup in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on June 11, 2014.
Thursday marks the start of the highly anticipated 2014 World Cup. These photos chronicle everything that's happening on and off the field
Unionized subway workers in Sao Paulo Wednesday declared an open-ended strike starting Thursday, with just a week to go before the World Cup opens in Brazil...
Time to pack it up and go home, everybody
Brazil has spent more than $11 billion on the event, which kicks off June 12, but Ronaldo says less than a third of the non-stadium facilities are ready
Ready your visas for a global music expedition
Don't be surprised if you're unable to text "Gooooooooooaaaaaaaaaaal!" while attending one of the globe's biggest sporting events
Welcome to #theBrief, the four stories to know about right now—from the editors of TIME
A massive security operation is expected during the world’s biggest soccer tournament
(SAO PAULO) — Thousands of impoverished Brazilians are living illegally on land near the World Cup stadium where the opening match will be played next month,...
Brazil's tourist board said shirts encouraged sex tourism
European leaders agreed on a plan to lay undersea communications cables between Brazil and the E.U.
Response to safety concerns following massive street protests
The blackouts affected resident in 11 states across the country
Sepp Blatter criticizes the host country of this summer's soccer tournament for slow progress