As Brazilians head to the polls to vote for president, they're being deluged by a wave of falsehoods that echo Donald Trump's claims of a stolen election.
The "Man of the Hole" lived in isolation and resisted contact for decades after the rest of his tribe was massacred. His death precedes Brazil's elections, where Indigenous rights are on the ballot.
Jair Bolsonaro is relying on support from the country's quickly growing evangelical community to pull off an upset against former President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva in October.
Eight families fled the war and traveled 5,000 miles to Brazil to live in a town settled by Ukrainians over a century ago. The language and customs — and kindnesses — have eased their transition.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has issued more than a dozen decrees in favor of Brazilians' right to bear arms. Sales have spiked and gun shops and shooting ranges have opened up all over Brazil.
The court's decision reopened a lawsuit that invalidates a protected area in Brazil's Amazon.
A raid of Rio de Janeiro's largest complex of favelas has sparked renewed complaints of excessive police violence and ignited debate over how to handle crime ahead of state and presidential elections.
How Sotiris Missailidis, head of R&D in Brazil's vaccine agency, used the COVID crisis to push through a game-changing effort for middle-income countries to invent their own mRNA vaccine.
Pfizer and Moderna have refused to divulge details of how to make their cutting-edge COVID shots. Here's what two scientists — and longtime best friends — are doing about it.