With state aid, cheap homes and doctors, it's easy to see why places like Bonito De Minas back the Brazilian president.
Minas Gerais in so many ways represents a larger, divided Brazilian electoral canvass in the presidential election.
Rare open sessions on "forcible cell extractions" and feedings provide a rare glimpse of US prison's routine practices.
Despite failure to clinch run-off spot against President Rousseff, environmentalist could emerge as a power broker.
Bad news abounds concerning the environment and climate change. So here's something completely different.
Many are forced to move to shantytowns without basic services as Mexico City dwellings become increasingly unaffordable.
Water supply for Havasupai Native American tribe under threat as commercial developments expand in iconic park.
The US media is doing a bad job of grilling the government on the Islamic State, and Americans deserve better.
Why the US can't - legally - bomb the Islamic State in Syria.
With more than 500,000 people currently incarcerated, Brazil's inmates continue to control the overcrowded prisons.
No matter their political leanings, most Brazilians agree on one thing: Eduardo Campos was a man who died far too soon.