T/brazil

  1. Incendios alrededor del mundo: no solo arde el oeste de Estados Unidos en Español, Yesterday

    Las temperaturas extremas y las sequías más severas, resultado del cambio climático causado por el hombre, han creado un mundo que está listo para arder.

  2. Brazil Covid Map and Case Count Interactive, April 23

    A detailed map shows the extent of the coronavirus outbreak, with charts and tables of the number of cases and deaths.

  3. It’s Not Just the West. These Places Are Also on Fire. Climate, September 16

    Extreme temperatures and more severe droughts, the result of human-caused climate change, have created a world that’s ready to burn.

  4. It’s Not Just the West. These Places Are Also on Fire. Climate, September 16

    Extreme temperatures and more severe droughts, the result of human-caused climate change, have created a world that’s ready to burn.

  5. Vivid Street Scenes From Salvador, Brazil Travel, September 14

    After living for nearly half a decade in the capital city of the Brazilian state of Bahia, a photographer offers an intimate look at a city where the act of celebration is indelibly ingrained.

  6. Protecting Brazil’s Uncontacted Tribes for 30 Years, Then Killed by an Arrow Foreign, September 11

    Rieli Franciscato, an expert on the Amazon’s isolated tribes, had been frantically trying to keep safe a group that had ventured out of the forest. He was mistakenly perceived as a threat.

  7. I Watched Months of Bolsonaro’s Broadcasts. It Was Wild. Op Ed, September 10

    After watching the president for so many days, I finally understood that happiness is a matter of choice.

  8. How Many Lives Would a More Normal President Have Saved? Op Ed, September 5

    Trump failed to meet the Covid-19 challenge. But it’s harder to judge whether the overall response was catastrophic or merely mediocre.

  9. Brazil Fires Burn World’s Largest Tropical Wetlands at ‘Unprecedented’ Scale Foreign, September 4

    The blazes in Brazil, often intentionally set, have scorched a record-setting 10 percent of the Pantanal, one of the most biologically diverse habitats on the planet.

  10. Aldir Blanc, Lyricist Who Pushed Samba’s Boundaries, Dies at 73 Obits, August 31

    His songs included “O Bêbado e a Equilibrista,” a popular call for the amnesty of political exiles during Brazil’s military dictatorship. He died of the coronavirus.

  11. All Aflutter Games, August 29

    Olivia Mitra Framke’s puzzle has subtle and unpredictable ramifications.

  12. ‘A Family Business:’ Graft Investigation Threatens Brazil’s Bolsonaro Foreign, August 28

    Brazilians are asking a question that could threaten President Jair Bolsonaro’s political future: Why did his wife and son receive payments from a man under investigation for corruption?

  13. 5 Art Accounts to Follow on Instagram Now Weekend, August 26

    Design during the pandemic; a bookshop in Berlin; a museum in São Paulo; a cartoonist addressing racism; and photographs documenting Native Americans.

  14. The Coronavirus Unleashed Along the Amazon River Interactive, July 25

    As the pandemic assails Brazil, the virus is taking an exceptionally high toll on the Amazon region.

  15. The New Saturday Night Interactive, May 1

    With billions of people staying home, the world is reinventing the weekend.