In a nation riven by protests over corruption and overspending, a lawmaker used an Air Force jet to bring guests to the Spain-Brazil soccer match.
A two-part series on Brazil’s unequal education system.
A neighborhood sits on dangerous methane-filled ground. Half the residents left. The others have refused.
Virtually unknown outside the Amazon two decades ago, açaí is now an international celebrity, thanks to the antioxidant craze.
A new generation of chefs is giving Brazil a new sense of pride in its culinary heritage by looking outward for technique but inward for ingredients and tradition.
Explore the low-key and affordable beach towns of Sosúa and Cabarete, on the island’s north coast.
Francisco Osler’s 2, 700-square-foot home in Brasília is made up of two glass-and-concrete boxes.
A few Manhattan men try to master shaving the old way, but quickly find out why their grandfathers went to the barber instead of doing it themselves.
You can find just about everything in New York’s city limits, except for ski slopes. But luckily, there are plenty of bars and lounges with a chic-woodsy atmosphere.
From beautiful grounds to striking city views, there are several cemeteries in New York that are well worth a visit. You can come and go, they’re staying awhile.