A Cold War-Era “no comment” policy resurfaces in the trial of Catholic activists.
Having proved themselves with Lula, Brazil’s political PR wizards are a hot commodity in Latin America and Africa.
Brazil has launched special police units to "pacify" Rio de Janeiro's notorious favelas or slums.
For some, offshore oil treasures prove ‘God is Brazilian.’ For others, there could be a tall price to pay.
With official prisons overloaded, police turned anything from old buses to horse stables into detention centers. Now Rio de Janeiro is cracking down.
Dictatorship-era army officials enjoy amnesty, but federal prosecutors aim to charge a colonel for the first time.
Children, swept up in police raids, have a chance to get clean. But is it working?
Once the world's largest Catholic nation, Brazil sees its people leave the fold.
She doesn't do the Daily Show or sing on TV. Brazil's Dilma does her own thing. It's working.
Baile funk parties have become a front line in a new culture war.
For the first time, Brazil is allowing access to documents that might unmask torturers from the military dictatorship.