Experts say the Latin American giant has created the perfect environment for the virus to adapt.
Facial recognition cameras commit minimal errors in recognizing the faces of white men, but they misidentified black women up to nearly 35 percent of the time, according to a recent study.
Once lauded for tackling impunity, the region's most impactful anti-graft drive - Lava Jato, or Car Wash - has since lost credibility and political support.
Violence against the LGBTQ community in Brazil has risen during the pandemic, but the residents of Casa Nem have now found a new, permanent home.
A viral video showed private security guards at a supermarket pinning the man to the ground “like with the American [George Floyd].”
In comments yesterday, Jair Bolsonaro said death is inevitable, for everyone, someday.
Brazil’s president said COVID is a conspiracy cooked up by the Chinese in an effort to restore leftist governments in Latin America, according to recent allegations.
Caught between a raging pandemic and multiple levels of far-right government, the protestors could be the focus of another eviction.
South of the Amazon, stretching into Bolivia and Paraguay, the Pantanal has seen months of unprecedented fires.
Young, Black Brazilians flocked to see the “Black Panther” movie and saw themselves in Wakanda.