Lula, Brazil’s Ex-president, One Step Closer to Jail

Brazil’s Supreme Court approved a request to probe former President Luiz Inácio Lula da ...

Brazil's federal police in action

Hydra of Lerna: Brazil’s New Anti-Corruption Action Goes After Ministers and Governor

Brazil’s Federal Police officers executed warrants for Operation Hydra of Lerna at the Workers’ ...

Election day in Recife, Brazil - Sumaia Villela/ABr

Brazil’s New Electoral Rules to Fight Corruption Help the Rich and Evangelical Churches

Brazilians expressed their disenchantment and frustration on Sunday’s municipal elections punishing parties involved in ...

João Doria celebrates his victory with Geraldo Alckmin, São Paulo's governor

High Abstention in Brazil Shows an Angry and Frustrated Electorate

The first round of municipal elections in Brazil having transpired with no major incidents, ...

Brazilian Army on the streets to guarantee elections

After Murder of 20 Candidates, Armed Forces Deploy 25,000 Men for Brazil’s Elections

The gunning down of a string of candidates ahead of nationwide municipal elections this ...

Former Brazil Finance Minister Guido Mantega Arrested on Corruption Charges - Marcelo Casal Jr./ABr

Brazil’s Petrobras Corruption Scandal Gets Lula’s Finance Minister Arrested

Brazilian police arrested Guido Mantega, a former finance minister under presidents Luiz Inácio Lula ...

Dilma Rousseff being grilled by senators - Marcelo Camargo ABr

Too Much Honesty and Not Enough Friends Brought Brazil’s President Down

Personally incorruptible, unlike her nemeses, Dilma Rousseff was impeached and dismissed on the flimsiest ...

Celebrating impeachment. Dilma Never Again, says sign by Rovena Rosa ABr

Brazil’s New President Mad at Allies for Granting Rousseff Political Rights

Brazil’s new president, Michel Temer, promised a “new era” of government for the crisis-hit ...

Protest against Temer in São Paulo by Rovena Rosa

Brazil’s New President Returns the Offense: Coup-mongers Are Those Against the Constitution

In an address broadcast countrywide on radio and television, Brazilian President Michel Temer pledged ...