Eduardo Campos, who was running against President Dilma Rousseff, died along with six others. The nation is shocked and going into mourning.
Brazil's agro powers are excited to be edging closer to soy giant the United States. But environmentalists say there's another reason to be very afraid for the rain forest.
Young people have staged epic protests across the country — and even on the other side of the world. They've already made some gains. How far will they go?
After the disaster in Santa Maria’s Kiss nightclub, questions arise over Brazil’s ability to host the 2014 World Cup and 2016 Summer Olympics.
After layoffs swept the US, a Harvard grad rolls the dice in her native South American boomtown.
Brazil’s byzantine court system has kicked into high gear, nabbing corrupt politicos right near the top.