Brazil's Bolsonaro Eases Gun Laws in First Bid to Tackle Crime
After Campaign Fireworks Brazil Awaits Bolsonaro's Real Reforms
In Climate Change Fight, Brazil Owes Nothing, New Minister Says
Jair Bolsonaro has completed his first working week as president of Brazil after taking office on New Year’s Day.
Clock Already Ticking on Reforms as Bolsonaro Steps Up in Brazil
Over 300 Women Accuse Famous Spirit Medium as #MeToo Hits Brazil
Brazil’s President-Elect Questions Paris Climate Deal Again
Brazil's Ex-Royals Lose 123-Year Legal Dispute Over Rio Palace
Number of Brazilians Living in Poverty Rises 2 Million in a Year
Brazil's Bolsonaro Considers Refugee Camps for Venezuelans
Cuba to Pull Doctors From Brazil After ‘Disrespectful’ Bolsonaro Comments
Brazil's Exporters Fear Beef With Arab World Over Jerusalem Move
Pressure Grows on Brazil's Temer to Veto Judges Salary Increases
Brazilian Carwash Judge to Be Bolsonaro's Anti-Corruption Czar
Brazil's Bolsonaro Aims to Pass Some Pension Reform This Year
Bolsonaro, a former army captain trounced Fernando Haddad after winning 56 percent of the vote.
Despite his sometimes harsh rhetoric, to many Bolsonaro inspires hope: that he can revive a sickly economy.
Brazilians on Course to Usher in New Era of Hard-Right Politics
This Man Is Playing a Big Role in Brazil’s Election—And He Isn’t Even on the Ballot
Bolsonaro won 59% of valid vote intentions versus 41% for the Workers’ Party candidate, Fernando Haddad, in an Ibope poll.
Brazil's Military Poised to Amass Power After Three-Decade Wait