By Katie Valentine on December 11, 2013
The pattern of droughts and extreme precipitation events has been predicted to become more likely as the climate warms.
By Joanna M. Foster on December 10, 2013
The 2014 World Cup in Brazil will dump as much as 2.72 million tons of carbon dioxide into Earth's atmosphere, according to FIFA.
By Travis Waldron on December 4, 2013
Brazil is increasing security efforts to allay concerns ahead of the World Cup -- but what will that mean for a country already plagued by police brutality once the tournament is over?
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By Travis Waldron on November 27, 2013
The Sao Paulo stadium is scheduled to host the opening match of the 2014 World Cup.
By Annie-Rose Strasser on November 7, 2013
Will the Brazilian Presidents' plan to require 20 percent of government workers to be black work?
By Hayes Brown on October 25, 2013
The NSA leaks were meant to stop domestic surveillance of Americans. They may wind up completely changing the Internet as we now understand it.
By Hayes Brown on October 21, 2013
France is in an uproar, along with Brazil and Germany, over the U.S reportedly spying on its citizens, but these countries have similar surveillance apparatuses that spy both domestically and abroad.
By Hayes Brown on September 26, 2013
So far this year, none of the fireworks that have defined the United Nations General Assembly have been on display. Yet.
By Hayes Brown on September 24, 2013
What you need to know.
193 countries are currently converging on New York City. Here's what you need to know as the world meets.