Brazilian Vice President Michel Temer, a key ally of embattled President Dilma Rousseff, might end his role managing her unwieldy coalition in Congress but he
The price of oil in the U.S. tumbled below $40 a barrel Friday for the first time since 2009 amid a growing consensus that cheap
Brazil has seen politicians accused of corruption leave and re-enter politics time and again. But Thursday’s charges against lawmakers for allegedly pocketing bribes as part
An ongoing political and economic crisis once more threatens to fell the tallest tree in Brazil’s political landscape: former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva.
The Brazilian Democratic Movement Party, the nation’s largest, is preparing to leave President Dilma Rousseff’s administration after disagreements over handling an ongoing political crisis, Valor
Engulfed by political and economic crises, Brazil can ill-afford to be beset by more problems. Yet that’s exactly what is happening after its southernmost state