The latest news on Brazil
Obama enthusiasts are silent on the president's disrespect for Latin American leaders.
Once a chronic debtor, the South American giant finds its groove under Lula, its charismatic president.
Despite some hardships, they are finding both opportunity and adventure in operating large farms.
As commodity prices soar, South America's agricultural giant steps up to feed a needy world.
A Brazilian official cites new protections and denies new wave of Amazon deforestation.
The food-vs.-fuel debate rings hollow since Brazilians say they have the capacity to produce both.
Leaving the U.S. Midwest, they find affordable land and a productive climate on a "new frontier."
Brazilian farmers complain about a government campaign against illegal deforestation.
A record soybean harvest highlights the nation's growing agricultural output.
Citigroup strategist still sees upside in a record-setting market.