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David Biller

Pre-Election Battle for Brazil Moves to the Big Screen

This Thursday’s Independence Day in Brazil promises less a show of national unity than yet another demonstration of the country’s divisions, with the release of a blockbuster movie facing fire from critics and under investigation by prosecutors.

Brazil Police Just Found a $16 Million Cash Stash

Brazil’s federal police on Tuesday found a trove of money stashed in an apartment allegedly used by one of President Michel Temer’s former cabinet members, the largest single cash seizure in the country’s history.

Brazil's Lula in Epic Showdown With Acclaimed Carwash Judge

Thousands of Brazilians have descended on the southern city of Curitiba for a showdown between one of the most popular leaders in the country’s history and its most famous judge at a hearing that could determine the republic’s future.