Roberto Alvim claims he accidentally plagiarized the Third Reich propaganda minister.
In an interview with Record TV, Jair Bolsonaro denied rumors that he'd received support from Colombia to intervene against Venezuela's President Nicolás Maduro.
On Sunday, Brazil will head to the polls for the first round of its presidential election — and the country is more split than it's ever been.
An estimated 150,000 people turned up at one march against far-right candidate Jair Bolsonaro, organizers said.
After a close vote, the bill — which would legalize abortion up to the 14th week of pregnancy — now faces a tough fight in the Argentine Senate.
The proposed bill would allow abortion up to 14 weeks into a pregnancy, keeping tens of thousands of women from the hospital due to complications from illegal abortions.
The five-day-long strike over fuel prices has left stores empty, gas stations with massive lines, and the government ready to send in the armed forces.
Activists for black, brown, and Indigenous rights around the world have adopted the Black Lives Matter slogan alongside homegrown movements against racism and police brutality.
You asked a lot of questions during the Rio games. Be ready with some answers for the Tokyo games in 2020.
Balls don't lie.
According to Brazil's Justice Minister, the plot to attack the Olympics had a low chance of success but it "didn't make sense to wait and see."
Intelligence officials in Brazil said they were unaware France had foiled a plot to attack members of the French delegation in Rio.
The US government as of Friday hasn't given Michael Temer, Brazil's interim head of state, a courtesy call.