Revelers from Sao Paolo to Rio de Janeiro got the week-long Carnival of Brazil started this weekend with sparkly costumes, …
Response to safety concerns following massive street protests
The blackouts affected resident in 11 states across the country
Over 50,000 people displaced by deluge
Without an official request, the country cannot even consider the move
Former NSA contractor Edward Snowden is offering Brazil help investigating claims of U.S. spying. He wrote an open letter first published in the newspaper Folha de Sao Paulo.
The world’s most popular sporting event—to be held in Brazil next year—may be a magnet for sex tourists seeking underage prostitutes
Supporters of two soccer teams from Rio de Janeiro clashed on Sunday during a Brazilian championship match, interrupting the game for more than one hour and leaving at least three people hospitalized in serious conditions, local officials said.
Shocking television footage showed fans of Atletico Paranaense and Vasco da Gama, two rival …
Odebrecht, the company building the venue, said it was nearly 94 percent complete before the accident
Headless former athlete may have been punished for anti-cartel ties
Nations want massive American digital surveillance reined in
As international oil companies bid for rights to explore a vast oil field off the Brazilian coast at an auction in a swanky Rio de Janeiro hotel, protesters massed outside and clashed with police. They were angry at the state …
March for better public education marred by firebombs and bank break-ins