Ildo Luis Sauer, ex-director of Gas and Energy for Brazilian energy giant Petrobras, talks to Al Jazeera about Chevron and the oil spill in Brazil.
Other protesters across the US may have been cleared out or interrupted, but those in the capital remain strong and peaceful.
The former Brazilian president's iconic beard, having survived the formalities of presidency, is gone as he continues to battle cancer.
When I was told about the assignment to Honolulu, Hawaii to cover APEC, my colleagues immediately expressed jealousy, even mild disdain for my good fortune. Here is the secret though; no one likes to cover these things.
US professional players take their battle with NBA team owners from the basketball court to the law court.
Rick Perry's bid to secure the Republican nomination for US president has been dealt a self-inflicted blow that may see his hopes dashed.
Nine years after he was captured, Abd al-Rahim al-Nashiri, who is accused of masterminding the 2000 bombing of the USS Cole that killed 17 sailors in Aden harbour in Yemen, has finally appeared before a judge.
The short-lived marriage of a reality TV star and a sports player knocks the presidential race and the economic crisis out of the headlines.
Ex-assistant to a legendary Penn State football coach faces 40 counts of child abuse.
Despite widespread poverty and an uncertain future there we found green shoots in Michigan's economy.
Over the next two months, Republicans have to overcome their anguished indecision and decide who they would like to see challenge Barack Obama for the presidency of the United States.