by Alex Zielinski Feb 6, 2016
But at what cost?
by Lauren C. Williams Dec 3, 2015
"I think it’s fair to say that it’s a little bit troubling in a few different ways."
by Samantha Page Nov 16, 2015
250,000 people are without drinking water, reports say.
by Samantha Page Sep 29, 2015
South America's largest country will reforest an area the size of Pennsylvania.
by Justin Salhani Sep 6, 2015
This idea of whiteness as good and blackness as bad is supported everywhere within Brazilian society.
by Justin Salhani Aug 4, 2015
It might not be shocking to know that among the foreign forces that have trained Brazil’s military police squad has been trained by two of the U.S.’ most scandal-ridden police forces.
by Justin Salhani Jul 29, 2015
Slavery was banned in Brazil in 1888 but nearly 130 years later the country is still grappling with slave-like working conditions in many rural areas.
by Sam P.K. Collins Jul 7, 2015
Why Brazil is trying to convince pregnant women to avoid going under the knife.
by Ari Phillips Jun 30, 2015
The deal was the second major international climate commitment of the day.
by Beenish Ahmed Jun 24, 2015
The town is called Americana and it celebrates its Confederate heritage, while remaining blissfully ignorant of the dark past of its ancestors.