A woman is sexually harassed every 20 hours on São Paulo’s trains, buses and subways, a HuffPost Brazil analysis finds.
Bolsonaro, nicknamed "Brazil's Donald Trump," has vowed to withdraw government advertising from media outlets deemed to be "lying."
Jair Bolsonaro got fawning praise after running a campaign that vowed violence and threatened democratic norms.
“Brazil’s Trump” — who has praised dictatorship and promised a “cleansing” of his political opponents — will take charge of the world’s fourth-largest democracy.
The world's fourth-largest democracy could elect far-right authoritarian Jair Bolsonaro as president on Sunday.
"Brazil's Trump" is a far-right congressman who praises dictators. He's also a lesson in how modern democracies can crumble.
He’s racist, sexist and homophobic. But that might not stop populist candidate Jair Bolsonaro from becoming the next President of Brazil.
Far-right presidential front-runner Jair Bolsonaro -- aka “Brazil’s Trump” -- may be “exactly what the world doesn’t need.”
The paper's endorsing Brazil's pro-dictatorship candidate is the latest in a proud tradition for its opinion section.
The rise of a far-right authoritarian has put the future of Brazilian democracy on the ballot in Sunday's vote.
Investors are embracing an extremist who poses a threat to the world's fourth-largest democracy — just to keep the left out of power.
A "situation of chaos" could again put the country under the military's thumb, Gen. Antônio Hamilton Mourão said.
Will the stabbing of Brazil’s far-right presidential front-runner boost a candidate who promises to make the country even more dangerous?
The collection includes mummies, the oldest human skull found in the Americas and one of the world's largest meteorites.
“200 years of work, research and knowledge have been lost,” President Michel Temer said in a statement.
Tatiane Spitzner is seen falling to her death just minutes after her husband, Luís Felipe Manvailer, is caught on camera beating her.
"If he scores, he’s a genius. If he isn’t good on the pitch he starts to be called hot-headed, childish, a poster boy."