Faced with growing protests, Gulf state monarchs are trying to diffuse opposition by exploiting old rivalries between Sunni and Shiite Muslims.
The biggest economy in Latin America was nothing but a success story, according to conventional wisdom. That was wrong.
Brazil's Agricultural Boom: Farmers Face Off Against Indians In Classic Conflict Pitting People Seeking Land Against People Growing Food
The biggest economy in Latin America is facing a dilemma: more agricultural growth or more land for its native peoples?
Brazil's president has a bold plan to cut electricity prices. But South America's biggest economy has serious problems with power generation.
The so-called C-class is Brazil's fast-growing middle class, more than 50 million strong. Now there's even a soap opera geared toward upwardly mobile Brazilians, and seemingly everybody -- most of all advertisers -- is taking note.
Brazil's Trial Of The Century: Corruption Charges May Finally Undo 'Lula' Da Silva, The Country's Most Popular Politician
Brazil's former president, Luis Inacio "Lula" da Silva, is not on trial himself, but his legacy may be destroyed.
Brazil has risen to number six among the world's economies. As it finds itself caught between prosperity and a past of poverty, it's dealing with a pervasive problem: lots of household debt
Saudi Arabia doesn?t show movies, to avoid angering clerics. But young talents are flocking to the Internet, and hoping to change the kingdom -- one film at a time.