The latest news on Brazil
Coffee farmers all over the world are dealing with new threats to their crops.
RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — Rio de Janeiro is mixing technology with tradition to provide tourists information about the city by embedding bar codes into the black and white mosaic sidewalks that are a symbol of the city.
These Spanish-colonial cities are interesting and affordable places to retire.
Deforestation in Brazil's Amazon rainforest has dropped to its lowest level in 24 years, the government said Tuesday.
It is unlikely Brazil will be able to extend its influence beyond Latin America.
No country in the world truly controls its growth or wealth plan, but the United States should be cautious about its declining influence.
The rise of countries like Brazil, Russia, India, and China demonstrate the global tectonic shifts over the past five years.
One real estate firm is bringing the Miami housing market to willing clients abroad.
CARDIFF, Wales (AP) — The Brazilian football federation says starting goalkeeper Rafael has been dropped from the men's Olympic squad after injuring his right elbow in practice.
Inmates pedal stationary bicycles to power lights in a nearby town in exchange for reduced sentences.