Brazil’s latest unemployment figures, released by the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics, was filled with records — none of them positive.
Last week, the Brazil Federal Police — with authorization from the Supreme Court — launched the largest operation ever against supporters of a sitting president.
Argentina's withdrawal from ongoing talks opens the door for Brazil, Uruguay and Paraguay to seal deals on their own
Brazil's ruling coalition shrinks further as Justice Minister departure adds to military and economic pressure
The military regained a role with the pandemic, but still does not hold the growing influence seen across Latin America
Jair Bolsonaro's country is so far showing the second-worst figures in the region, with 800 deaths and a steeper contagion curve
Health Minister and allies call for stricter measures as President downplays pandemic and sparks protests across the country
Brazil, Chile, Uruguay and Colombia currencies reach new lows as investors escape risky assets
US-China rivalry, Europe's clash with Russia or LatAm infighting are no obstacles for Fernández to stay on good terms with all
Bolsonaro retires country from another multilateral group, citing ineffectiveness and ties to Venezuela and Cuba