Jun 22, 2013
Christian Science Monitor
Brazilian youth 'want change now'
The views expressed are the author's own. When I first came to Brazil , in 1981, hit parade American songs took six months to show up on the radio here.
Sacramento Bee Newspaper
Brazil's fed-up public erupts
Shaken by the biggest challenge to their authority in years, Brazil's leaders made conciliatory gestures Tuesday to try to defuse the protests engulfing the nation's cities.
Why I would vote for Obama
Plus, he says, the U.S. election has a massive impact on other parts of the world.
Ceara govt requests Infraero support to expand Juazeiro do Norte airport
The land where the airport improvements will be carried out is in the final stages of being transferred to the federal government.