Oil. A simple word that for much of the 20th century, and well into the 21st, has meant unimaginable wealth for a very few; plentiful and (for a time, at least)...
The revelers and costumes were out in full force in Rio de Janeiro’s annual carnaval.
In the early morning hours of Jan. 27, a fire erupted at a nightclub in southern Brazil. Nearly 250 people were killed by the smoke and flames that followed – as...
The Brazilian Amazon, home to 60 percent of the world's largest forest and 20 percent of the Earth's oxygen, remains threatened by the rapid development of the...
One month before Carnaval is set to begin, a devastating blaze strikes one of the warehouses where the samba schools prepare their costumes and floats
A shelter for strays houses 1,600 canines
The Holy Father journeys to Catholicism's most populous country
Heavy losses hit exchanges from China to Brazil
After decades of advertisements on every building in Sao Paulo, Brazil, the city passes a law requiring their removal or reduction.Photographs by Cia de Foto