Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro called on his followers Friday to be ready and spare their country from following the same paths as other South American nations in the Oct. 2 elections.
Brazil's Supreme Federal Court (STF) Wednesday decided by 10 votes against one to sentence Congressman Daniel Silveira to eight years and nine months in prison for attacking democratic institutions and posting insults against the magistrates on social media.
Brazil's Deputy Attorney General Lindôra Maria Araújo filed a motion before Supreme Federal Court (STF) Justice Carmen Lucia not to move on with a corruption case against President Jair Bolsonaro, citing there was not enough evidence to justify it.
Brazil's Supreme Federal Court (STF) Thursday ruled that lower court decisions granting linear discounts on college tuition fees during the COVID-19 pandemic were unconstitutional.
Brazil's Federal Supreme Court (STF) Justice Luís Roberto Barroso Wednesday gave President Jair Bolsonaro's administration five days to rectify the situation of malnourished Yanomami deprived of medical care, portrayed in a TV show over this past weekend.
Brazil's Supreme Federal Court (STF) looked poised Tuesday to bring the existence of confidential funds to an end. According to this mechanism dating back to 2020, a parliamentarian acts each year as budget rapporteur, suggesting federal agencies where and how to spend that money.
As charges to be filed against Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro get increasingly threatening, political allies of the head of state are said to be looking for ways to shield him from a possible conviction.
Video footage portraying Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro asking how much it would cost to appoint a Supreme Federal Court (STF) judge has gone viral Thursday.
Brazil's Federal Supreme Court (STF) Justice Alexandre de Moraes Thursday said: digital militias allegedly linked to President Jair Bolsonaro were planning to spread fake news ahead of the 2022 elections, it was reported.
Brazil's Economy Minister Paulo Guedes, one of the world leaders mentioned by name in the so-called Pandora Papers report released by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) admitted he had placed some of his money in offshore accounts, but “always within the law.”