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A Look at Little-Known Giant Armadillos
Until just recently the science world knew little of the giant armadillo, the largest of the armadillo species ...
July 1, 2013
Brazil Asks Hotels to Keep Prices Reasonable for World Cup, Olympics
ITATIBA, Brazil—Brazil is telling hotels to keep their prices at reasonable levels ahead of the major sporting events ...
June 21, 2013
Study Finds High Levels of Arsenic in Brazilian Rice
ITATIBA, Brazil—The country that has been dubbed the "world's breadbasket" is facing issues with high arsenic levels in ...
June 3, 2013
Security Top Focus at Rio World Cup, Olympics, Authorities Say
ITATIBA, Brazil—Security at sporting and other mass events is in the spotlight more than ever in the wake ...
May 13, 2013
The Power of Words
SÃO PAULO, Brazil—It was like any other morning at the busy intersection by the Camargo Street near Butantã ...
April 30, 2013
Brazil Airports Not Ready for World Cup and Olympics, Study Finds
A study by University of São Paulo researchers shows that airports in Brazil do not have proper signage ...
April 16, 2013
Brazil’s Soybean Exports Set Back by Transportation Bottlenecks
Although Brazil's soybean production reached record levels this year, port congestions are impeding exports of soybean as producers ...
April 1, 2013
Shark Species Added to the List of Protected Species
The world’s major international wildlife conference approved a proposal to regulate international trade of sharks in a historic ...
March 25, 2013
Carnival Time in Brazil: Busiest Tourist Season
There are a number of carnivals in Brazil each year, and the one in Rio de Janeiro is ...
February 19, 2013
Uncontacted Tribes in the Amazon: Isolated by Choice
The startling images of an uncontacted Brazilian tribe taken from a plane a few years ago had many ...
February 5, 2013
Adventure Traveling in Brazil
Adventure traveling and ecotourism are becoming more popular in Brazil.
January 7, 2013
Farming in Brazil’s Amazonas: Preserving the Hands That Feed
A program in Brazil's Amazonas helps farmers generate income while preserving the rainforest.
December 27, 2012
On Mission to Help the Environment With Surfing
Brazilian couple promotes surfing boards made out of plastic bottles to make surfing accessible for all children and ...
December 10, 2012
Brazilian President Vetoes Parts of New Forest Code
Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff vetoed nine items on the provisional measure passed by the Congress to alter the ...
November 1, 2012
Brazil Bolsters Efforts Against Amazon Deforestation
Brazil is stepping up its efforts to halt the illegal deforestation of the Amazon rainforest.
October 16, 2012
Prevalence of C-Sections a Concern in Brazil
Saturdays are a popular day to give birth in Brazil—especially in private hospitals where over 80 percent of ...
September 24, 2012
Mercury Mining Decision in Brazil on Hold
A recent resolution on gold mining in Brazil's Amazonas State has scientists questioning the effectiveness.
August 24, 2012
Controversial Brazilian Forest Bill Passes House
After being postponed three times in recent weeks, then a final, grueling overnight debate, Brazil's House of Representatives ...
May 27, 2011
New Brazil Forest Code Could Put Amazon in Peril, Say Critics
Critics of Brazil's controversial new Forest Code have a few days left to press for changes before the ...
May 6, 2011
Study Says Antioxidants in Grape Residue Preserves Chicken Meat
Grape extract may preserve cooked chicken meat as well as the synthetic preservative BHT does.
April 9, 2011
Republicans Introduce Bill To Label Antifa Domestic Terrorists After Attack on ICE Facility
Trump Working to Release Rapper A$AP Rocky From Swedish Jail
Iran Says It Seized British Oil Tanker in Strait of Hormuz
Rep. Ilhan Omar’s Republican Opponent Raises Concerns About Pattern of Traffic Violations
Chinese Funded Coal-Fired Power Plants Faces Rejection in Kenya
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Heat Wave to Hit Much of the US With the Hottest Temperatures in Years
Strong Quake Hits Near Greek Capital of Athens, Sparks Fear
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Knife Crime Hits Record High in UK, London Mayor Blames Spike on ‘Austerity’
US Indo-Pacific Commander: China Is Assaulting International Rules of Order
Trump Likely to Pick Scalia’s Son for Labor Secretary