Lula's Heir Would Face Bolsonaro in Brazil Runoff, Poll Shows
Inefficiency, Not Money Woes, Limits Brazil, Silva Adviser Says
Lula’s Party Proposes Escaping Economic Crisis With Past Policies
Soup Kitchen Lines Swell on Eve of Election in Sputtering Brazil
Uninspired and Unrepresented, Brazilian Women Remain Undecided
From second-hand cars to jewels, Brazil’s presidential race offers a snapshot of the country’s social divisions.
Third-Time Presidential Candidate Seeks Third Way in Brazil
The Economic Advisers Behind Brazil’s Presidential Candidates
Brazil Central Bank Is Said to See Swap Volume as Unsustainable
Pressure Grows on Brazil's Underperforming Centrist to Give Way
Brazil Takes Stock of a Week-Long Strike and It's Not Pretty
Large parts of Latin America’s largest economy are seizing up.
Brazil Avoids Default Risk by Approving Venezuela Loan Pay-Out
Brazil needs congressional action to avoid defaulting on loan guarantees it has made to Venezuela and Mozambique.
Brazil's Lost Fiscal Decade Is Timebomb Awaiting Next President
Election Woes Weigh on Brazil Growth, Says Candidate Meirelles
Brazil's Finance Minister Steps Down to Assess Run for Office
Brazil Finance Minister Joins Ruling Party, Aims for Presidency
Taps Run Dry in the Water Summit City in World's Wettest Nation
Cash for Killing Your Wife Ends as Brazil Shuts Down Loophole
Ex-Banker Battles in Bid for President to Convince Brazil Public