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."
Brazil's 7-1 loss to Germany in 2014 is now used to describe everything from a bad day at the office to the country's political turmoil.
They say an investigation into the murder of the black, queer Rio city councilwoman is on the "right path." It may lead back to police.
Here in Rio, we are fighting for justice for Marielle. It’ll be easier for us to win this struggle if you make your voices heard, too.
Lula’s downfall has been as stunning as the unprecedented corruption probes that have convulsed Brazil for the last four years.
I was looking for that mythical place where my blackness and Latinidad could peacefully coexist. This is what I found.
Dan Reynolds' rainbow flag spoke loudly in a country where queer people still face much discrimination.
Prominent figures including Janelle Monae and Ava DuVernay want an independent investigation into the Brazilian city councilwoman's murder.
The death of Marielle Franco, a crusader against police violence and a fierce advocate for Brazil's poor, sparked protests in Rio, Washington and elsewhere.
Handing public security to the military is likely to worsen the plight of poor residents who are already subject to the worst of Rio's violence.
Mardi Gras, or “Fat Tuesday,” brings beads, costume balls and bold celebrations to the streets of New Orleans and cities around the world.
Luiz Inácio da Silva, the former Brazilian president seeking that office again, is appealing corruption charges his lawyer says are political persecution.