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Brazilians don't think much of Americans' knowledge of their country.
Brazilian immigrants forced to return home find themselves missing life abroad.
Pilots from around the world flock to a Brazilian city for the first round of the Paragliding World Cup.
With experts offering conflicting predictions, two college students weigh in.
The US and Brazilian media have very different takes on a high-profile custody case.
Frilly underwear is helping Juruaia coast through tough economic times.
Foreigners in need of a bank account? Just follow these 70-plus steps.
Brazilians mouth off on the festivities, which begin this weekend.
Brazilians buy homes with cash and avoid the stock market because of sky-high interest rates.
In Rio, the relationships between male tourists and local women are not always as simple as they appear.
Forget subprime mortgages: Here, thousands of homeowners don't own their land.
Colorblind melting pot or racially divided society? Either way, Afro-Brazilian leaders welcome Obama.
In contrast with the U.S., newspapers are booming in Latin America’s largest economy.