1. Conservative Protesters in Brazil Tilt Further Right as Turnout Thins World, March 26

    The number of protesters at demonstrations has dwindled since the impeachment of President Dilma Rousseff, but their demands have hardened.

  2. Lygia Pape’s Brazil, From the Beach to the Barricades Arts, March 23

    A retrospective of the artist’s paintings, sculptures, constructions and films at the Met Breuer suggests what art should do in times of political havoc.

  3. Brazil Meat Scandal Is Called ‘a Punch in the Stomach’ World, March 22

    Dozens of federal inspectors have been arrested and charged with accepting bribes to ignore the adulteration or expiration of processed foods and falsifying sanitary permits.

  4. Deep in the Amazon, a Remarkable Beach (and Ant-Eating) Experience World, March 20

    Alter do Chão in Brazil is among the world’s most alluring beach towns, even though it is far removed from the sea in a remote corner of the jungle.

  5. Brazil’s Largest Food Companies Raided in Tainted Meat Scandal World, March 17

    Investigators said employees at two food-processing giants paid inspectors to look the other way and allow rotten meals to be served in schools.

  6. Cautious Optimism in Brazil as Appetite Returns for I.P.O.s Business Day, March 16

    After a three-year drought of initial public offerings amid economic and political upheaval, some expect that more than a dozen deals will be filed by the end of the year.

  7. Brazil’s Leaders See Way Out of Scandal: Amnesty World, March 15

    Lawmakers across the political spectrum are scrambling to give themselves immunity on campaign finance violations, protections that could benefit even the president.

  8. No Brasil, bebês prisioneiros do zika são envolvidos pelos cuidados dos seus pais Health, March 14

    No empobrecido Nordeste do Brasil, dedicados e amorosos pais e mães vivem em função das necessidades dos filhos cujas graves deficiências estão somente começando a ser compreendidas.

  9. Reporting on Zika Families — and Their Resilience Times Insider, March 11

    Two Times journalists reflect on their coverage of Brazilian families who are coping with the effects of the Zika epidemic.

  10. Want to Help Those Coping With Zika? Health, March 11

    Here is a list of organizations that extend aid to prople in need in Latin America, or that contribute to stopping the spread of the virus.

  11. For Brazil’s Zika Families, a Life of Struggle and Scares Health, March 11

    In the impoverished northeast, devoted parents live around the needs of children whose grave disabilities are only beginning to be understood.

  12. A Zika Tale in a Favela Health, March 11

    A baby named Eduarda, troubled by the afflictions of Zika, lives with her parents in a Recife slum. The family lives on less than $300 a month from the government.

  13. How a Mother Copes With Zika Video, March 11

    At the epicenter of the Zika crisis, a mother in Recife, Brazil, struggles to care for her afflicted baby.

  14. Torture and Killing of Transgender Woman Stun Brazil World, March 8

    The attack on Dandara dos Santos, 42, was documented in a grisly cellphone video that has circulated widely online.

  15. French Are Investigating Possible Bribes for Rio Olympics Sports, March 4

    The newspaper Le Monde reported that French investigators have some evidence that Rio cheated in its bidding for the 2016 Games.

  16. How the Amazon’s Cashews and Cacao Point to Cultivation by the Ancients Science, March 3

    A study that examined domesticated trees and plants, including in areas near archaeological sites, supports the idea that indigenous humans helped shape the forest.

  17. Brazil’s Leaders Tout Austerity (Just Not for Them) World, March 3

    President Michel Temer is pressing austerity measures, including a government spending cap, even as judges and lawmakers enjoy raises and other lavish benefits.