In a national address, Justice Rosa Weber says Jair Bolsonaro had 46.7 percent compared with 28.5 percent for former Sao Paulo Mayor Fernando Haddad.
Brazilians are choosing their leaders in an election marked by intense anger at the ruling class following years of political and economic turmoil.
In an interview, the defense lawyer of Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva contends he is the victim of a political persecution masked in legal processes she calls Lawfare.
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.
Left-leaning parties like the PT face a conundrum in Latin America: that liberalism and its tolerance for political activity offer openings to right-wing parties that have no qualms about exploiting democratic expression in order to quash democracy.
With a fragile democracy in upheaval, news is primarily coming from a right-leaning media monolith and social media, which tends to reinforce rather than expose biases.