Could one of the most powerful figures in Brazil’s ruling Workers' Party go to jail?
When is privatization not privatization?
President Dilma Rousseff can add another distinction to her tumultuous 3 1/2-year tenure: She has presided over more corporate bond defaults in Brazil than any of her predecessors.
Brazilian president Dilma Rousseff would win re-election in a first round of balloting in October, defeating opposition Senator Aecio Neves and Pernambuco state Governor Eduardo Campos with 47 percent of intended votes, a Datafolha poll said.
"The international drug-control regime is broken."
- Fernando Henrique Cardoso on Oct 06, 2014