Brazil's Leading Presidential Candidate Improving After Near-Fatal Knife Attack
Brazil Left, Far-Right in Near Tie in Presidential Runoff Poll
Years of recession, rising crime, and corporate, political scandal are pushing angry Brazilians into apathy or toward extremists.
Trapped Venezuelans improvise new lives in trapped Brazilian backwaters.
Brazil Slaps Down UN Human Rights Committee Request on Lula
Brazil Urges Venezuela's Opposition to Unite
Brazilian Judge Suspends Entry of Venezuelans Into Border State
By Arming Brazil’s Farmers Centrist Alckmin Aims for Mass Appeal
Jailed Lula Endorsed by Workers’ Party for Brazil's Top Job
Brazil will mobilize many more troops than usual for its October elections due to elevated threat levels.
Brazil’s left-wing Workers’ Party formally endorsed Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva in the upcoming presidential election
Bolsonaro Applauded by Brazilian Business as Viable President
Privatization Advocate Quits Brazil’s Presidential Race
Lula May Appoint His Replacement in Brazil’s Presidential Race, Lawmaker Says
Brazil's Congress Delays Power, Oil Auctions
U.S. to Pledge Aid to Venezuelan Refugees Near Brazil Border
Pence Is Said to Lead U.S.-Brazil Talks on Rocket Launch Site
Pressure Grows on Brazil's Underperforming Centrist to Give Way
Embraer Surges With Boeing Deal Talks Said to Be in Final Stage
Military Intervention in Brazil Ruled Out by Nation's Leaders
Brazil Optimistic on Boeing-Embraer Deal as Concerns Overcome