Simone Preissler Iglesias
Tax Hike Fizzles in Brazil as Lobby Roars and Election Nears
Graft Trial Looms for Key Aide of Brazil's President Temer
Brazil Election Campaign Heats Up as Dozen Candidates Expected
Majority of Brazil Court Rejects Lula Request to Avoid Jail
Matchmaking Season Begins in Brazil as Politicians Seek Parties
Ex-Banker Battles in Bid for President to Convince Brazil Public
Uber Scores Victory With New Brazil Legislation In Major Market
Brazil Warms Up `Old, Cold Coffee' After Pension Bill Fails
Brazil Military Takes Control of Rio de Janeiro's Security
Brazil Won't Build A Wall to Stem Tide of Venezuelan Refugees
Lula's Fall Prompts Scramble for Substitute Among Brazil's Left
What Now After Lula's Conviction Upheld? QuickTake Q&A
Elite Snipers Called in as Brazil Braces for Lula Appeal Ruling
Big Decision to Shape Lula's Future, and Brazil's: QuickTake Q&A
A Brazilian appeals court unanimously upheld a graft sentence against former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva.
It's Judgment Day in Brazil as Lula Faces Court Verdict
Brazil Court Majority Votes Against Lula in Ongoing Graft Appeal
A court ruling tomorrow may determine his political future and shape the outcome of the country’s October election.
Don't Panic, Lula's Not a Radical, Party Chief Tells Wall Street
Brazil's Lula to Launch Presidential Bid as "Act of Defiance"
Brazil Lower House Speaker Rejects Blame for S&P Downgrade