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Much like when your parents took away your cell phone to punish you for arriving home late after curfew, Brazil had its “phone privileges” revoked last night. And much like it was actually all Marsha’s fault you got home late …

So we haven’t stopped complaining about summer’s ever-so-slow arrival to Buenos Aires this year and today it not only hit us, it hit us hard and has had everyone looking for an ocean-side escape. And by ocean, I mean Brazil …

That was fast. President-elect Mauricio Macri has yet to formally assume the presidency but already met with Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff in Brasilia this morning. In his first international tour, he is set to travel to São Paulo this afternoon …

Laugh it up, but this wasn’t funny for the Brazilian 25 years ago, and it’s still not funny for Brazilian coach Dunga today, apparently.

Ahead of yesterday’s apocalypse postponed World Cup qualifier between Argentina and Brazil, Dunga took the unusual …

Forget your Caribbean getaway: it’s cheaper to go to Brazil, these days.

There are many financial reasons why experts are saying it is a great time for Argentine tourists or peso-earning expats to trek out to Brazil: the decline

Forget your Caribbean getaway: it’s cheaper to go to Brazil, these days.

There are many financial reasons why experts are saying it is a great time for Argentine tourists or peso-earning expats to trek out to Brazil: the decline

The Copa América kicked off on Thursday with host country Chile dominating play over Ecuador in a 2-0 victory, in a match watched by approximately 10 people in Argentina. This year will be the 44th Copa América, a tournament that …

The Bubble writer Gonzalo Zegarra came to the studio to talk about his pieces on the massive corruption scandals that are hitting the administrations of Brazil’s Dilma Rousseff and Chile’s Michelle Bachelet.

Fox Sports has sparked outrage among Argentines after airing an advertisement for last night’s Sao Paulo–San Lorenzo game which features a bound and tortured Pope Francisco, a known San Lorenzo fan.

The clip begins with what can only be described …

For hapless lovers of Brazilian culture that have somehow found themselves in Buenos Aires, salvation comes in the form of today’s 10th annual Festival de Bossa Nova en Buenos Aires!

From today, Friday, February 27, until Sunday, March 1