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Politics on the Red Carpet at Cannes: The Impeachment Process of President Dilma Roussef and the Brazilian Film "Aquarius"
Associate Professor of Cinema and Theater in Paris
U.S.-Brazil Relations In 'Difficult' Spot Over Spying Program
On Memorial Day Weekend, America Reckons With Torture
If we really want to honor the Americans in uniform who gave their lives fighting for their country, we'll redouble our efforts to make sure we're worthy of their sacrifice; we'll renew our commitment to the rule of law, for the rule of law is essential to any civilization worth dying for.
Dilma Rousseff Gets An Extreme Makeover (PHOTOS)
Ana Clara Costa
The strict, serious and even unfriendly look that took Rousseff decades to build had to go down in less than a year as she ran for president.
Rio's Carnaval: A Long-Awaited Victory, Record Heat, and a Revived Street Scene
Journalist and humorist who writes about music, culture, polit...
Imagine the water, soft drinks, and beer consumed by 2.5 million people in the streets partying during a record heat wave with stifling humidity, and then think of the pressing need for rest rooms.
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