Jair Bolsonaro, a leading Brazilian presidential candidate, is stabbed during a campaign event, suffering severe blood loss. His attacker has been arrested.
New data show a surge in killings in the wake of migration from Venezuela, where the collapse of institutions and an economic crisis worse than the Great Depression has driven an estimated 2.3 million people to flee.
The Wholesale Attack on Brazilian Sovereignty: An Interview With Former Foreign Minister Celso Amorim
One of the world's most respected South American diplomats talks about U.S. involvement in his country's democratic crisis.
Many of the United States' neighbors to the south will be voting on new heads of government, possibly changing their countries' directions.
An in-depth look into how Brazilian media monopolies played a crucial role in political scandals that toppled Dilma Rousseff's government.
As he fights demands for him to resign, President Michel Temer is making concessions that weaken the country's commitment to fight global warming.
The Brazilian president is about to be impeached by a corrupt Senate As the country's media attempt to make the move seem legitimate, journalist Glenn Greenwald explains why Rousseff is right that the entire proceedings are a threat to democracy The Brazilian president is about to be impeached by a corrupt Senate.
Artists and others are fighting the interim Temer government’s move folding the cultural department into the Ministry of Education as part of an austerity plan. It is “a direct attack on this society,” one said.
Brazil’s former vice president assumed the role of interim president Thursday after the country’s Senate voted to suspend President Dilma Rousseff.