On Social Media’s Fringes, Growing Extremism Targets Women

The recent mass killing in Toronto by a suspect who once called for an “Incel Rebellion” has drawn attention to an online community of men who lament being “involuntarily...

Anti-Corruption Crusader in Brazil Says He Won’t Run for President

SÃO PAULO, Brazil — The man many Brazilians thought would shake up October’s presidential election, Joaquim Barbosa, Brazil’s first black Supreme Court justice, announced on Tuesday that he would...

Anti-Corruption Crusader in Brazil Says He Won’t Run for President

SÃO PAULO, Brazil — The man many Brazilians thought would shake up October’s presidential election, Joaquim Barbosa, Brazil’s first black Supreme Court justice, announced on Tuesday that he would...

Jesuit Legacy in the Bolivian Jungle: A Love of Baroque Music

CONCEPCIÓN, Bolivia — The aging musical score wasn’t easy to read. It was a copy of a copy of a Latin Mass by the 18th-century composer Domenico Zipoli that...

Jesuit Legacy in the Bolivian Jungle: A Love of Baroque Music

CONCEPCIÓN, Bolivia — The aging musical score wasn’t easy to read. It was a copy of a copy of a Latin Mass by the 18th-century composer Domenico Zipoli that...

The U.S. Says It Has a Tariff Deal With Brazil. Brazil Disagrees.

SÃO PAULO, Brazil — From the perspective of the White House, the United States had negotiated a preliminary deal with Brazil, as well as Argentina and Australia, to exempt...

Quebec Mosque Shooter Was Consumed by Refugees, Trump and Far Right

QUEBEC — When Alexandre Bissonnette learned of Justin Trudeau’s now-famous tweet welcoming refugees to Canada, the waif-like 28-year-old political science student told police that he snapped. Just hours after watching...

Luis García Meza, Bolivian Dictator Jailed for Genocide, Dies at 88

Gen. Luis García Meza, a former Bolivian dictator who was convicted of genocide after leading a brief but brutal rule that had been engineered by cocaine cartels and a...

As Nicaragua Death Toll Grows, Support for Ortega Slips

MANAGUA, Nicaragua — It has been two weeks since lethal clashes between protesters and pro-government forces erupted in Nicaragua, and the number of deaths is still not clear. But...

Luis García Meza, Bolivian Dictator Jailed for Genocide, Dies at 88

Gen. Luis García Meza, a former Bolivian dictator who was convicted of genocide after leading a brief but brutal rule that had been engineered by cocaine cartels and a...