To many Brazilians, Trump's conspiracy-fueled riots sparked worries that far-right President Jair Bolsonaro's 2022 election may lead to similarly violent outbursts.
It has been a U.S. election like no other, and global interest in the 2020 race to the White House has been unprecedented.
The Democratic nominee has threatened to pressure Brazil over protecting the Amazon rainforest, as part of a pledge to prioritize the climate globally.
Animal lovers have mobilized to bring food and water to the felines of Furtada Island after COVID-19 made previous support dry up.
The U.S. and Brazilian leaders took largely similar approaches to COVID-19. But it's what they did differently that may cost Trump the election.
Indigenous groups have condemned the proposal, slamming it as showing "total disregard" for their rights.
Evangelical churches in Latin America have flouted public health guidelines by holding in-person services.
Brazil's democracy may not be strong enough to withstand the onslaught it's facing from a far-right president hellbent on bending every institution to his will.
The at-risk husband and wife are wearing unusual garb for their walks around Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
The virus he has sloughed off has killed more than 65,000 Brazilians. And even after he tested positive, Bolsonaro treated it as no big deal.