2014 World Cup
Brazil's public school teachers have played a major role in the protests surrounding the World Cup over the past year.
Distributing condoms made from 100 percent Amazonian latex, the Brazilian government encourages locals and visitors to use "wild rubbers."
Jose Diaz-Barajas was wanted in the US on suspicion of trafficking precursor chemicals for methamphetamine production.
Exploring the other side of Brazil's World Cup at a protest in Rio de Janeiro.
See the moment an alleged off-duty cop fired a gun at a World Cup protest in Rio.
A man claiming to be an off-duty police officer fired multiple shots into a crowd of protesters near Maracanã stadium.
VICE News traveled to Brazil to see how it prepared for one of the world's biggest events, while struggling to control civil uprising.
Preparations For The World Cup Are Pushing Brazil's Poor Further To The Margins
Brazilians may love football. But many of them are not welcoming the World Cup, costing their unequal country $11 billion, without a fight.
Protests in Brazil reflect the grievances of its emergent middle class, as well as an excessive police apparatus that has failed to evolve.