There was a new development in Brazil's impeachment proceedings saga against Brazilian president Dilma Rousseff. As well, the country's debt rating took another blow, only to compound the problems facing the president.
After 12 hours of being banned, WhatsApp has been restored in Brazil when a state judge overturned an earlier ruling of a lower court to block the messaging service.
A Brazilian lawmaker was named as the winner of the Racist of the Year Award for his anti-gay slurs against indigenous people in the Amazon.
Brazil is hit with its second junk rating on Wednesday. This time was from Fitch Ratings, the second of the three big agencies to slash the country’s hardly-earned investment grade status.
Brazilian authorities raided Lower House Speaker Eduardo Cunha’s residence in Rio de Janeiro, as part of the extensive corruption probe of top political figures in the country.
The ever-widening corruption investigation at the Brazilian state-owned oil company Petrobras ensnared yet another prominent Brazilian.
Brazil's women's national basketball team will have former coach Antonio Carlos Barbosa as the one in charge as they compete in the Olympics next year in Rio de Janeiro.
Brazil’s real dropped to its lowest level as President Dilma Rousseff fights attempts to oust her from her position.
Grupo BTG Pactual SA is making quick headway in stabilizing the firm just two weeks after its CEO, founder and face, the billionaire Andre Esteves was jailed. Pactual bonds were nearly unchanged on Monday in a sign that the bank's efforts to sells its assets and raise cash is working.
Brazilian president Dilma Rousseff received a Hail Mary pass on Tuesday, when the Supreme Court halted impeachment proceedings against her. And at the same time there was some conjecture as to whether a key ally would abandon her.
The impeachment proceedings against Brazil President, Dilma Rousseff, were suspended by the Supreme Court, stating that it needs to verify the validity of the secret ballot first, which started the investigation of the country's leader.
Brazil’s political and economic unrest is expected to have serious repercussions for next year’s Olympic Games to be held in Rio de Janeiro.
Supporters of Brazil president, Dilma Rousseff, rallied together to impede the foregoing impeachment of the country’s leader for allegedly manipulating government accounts.
The first patch of the "Fallout 4" has been made available for personal computers and will arrive this week for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One users.
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