Draining marshes and other wetlands could hasten climate change, a group of experts meeting in Brazil this week warned.
Robert Scheidt is poised to win another sailing medal for his soccer-crazy country.
Behind Churchill's public face, a ramble through Britain's backroads with Robbie Coltrane, a novel about Cuba pre-Castro, and more.
Without Bush to rail against, Chávez will be left without a foil, say analysts.
Tougher immigration control and stricter environmental and food safety regulations are prompting US firms to move farms to Mexico, Brazil, and everywhere in between.
The high food and commodity prices hurting most countries are buoying Brazil, a top exporter of minerals, soy, beef, chicken, and grains.