With protests sweeping the country, Brazilian security officials worry over security for Pope Francis' visit.
Pope's upcoming visit prompts the question: What does it mean for Brazil to be "the world's largest Catholic country"?
Street protests that turned Brazil upside down for nearly two weeks have forced this journalist to re-think his approach
The acquittal of Trayvon Martin's killer has caused outrage in his Florida community
NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden is being used to distract Americans from the truth behind spying allegations.
Police have planned massive security for the final of the Confederations Cup in Rio de Janeiro in the wake of protests.
The government in Quito is saying that Snowden's asylum request will be processed when he reaches Ecuadoran soil.
President's proposals for combating global climate change seen by Republican opponents as too expensive.
US Supreme Court's less than definitive ruling in Fisher v University of Texas case leaves many disappointed.
Diogo de Santana is the official responsible for cooling the heat of protest on behalf of President Rousseff.
Rousseff pulls out all the stops in speech to empathise with protesters - but many wonder if words are enough