Latest from Dom Phillips

Neymar is back, but Brazil is a changed team and country since the 2014 World Cup

The soccer-loving nation needs a reason to cheer about and the rebuilt national team might provide it four years after 'the seven-one,' its humiliating loss to Germany.
  • Jun 8, 2018

Meet Trump’s often unorthodox overseas business partners

A look at Donald Trump's partners in nine countries finds billionaires, businessmen-turned-politicians, small-potatoes developers with Trump-sized dreams — and some with past trouble with the law.
  • Jan 13, 2017

Trump company pulls its name off a Brazil hotel caught up in an investigation

The decision comes after Donald Trump pledges to limit the activity of his companies.
  • Dec 13, 2016

Rio hoped for a post-Olympics boom. Instead it is still mired in crisis.

Three months after the Games, the city’s fiscal, political and security problems are unresolved.
  • Dec 9, 2016

‘Tragedy of huge proportions’: Brazilian soccer club’s moment of glory ends in deadly plane crash

Just six survivors were found after the plane carrying championship-bound Chapecoense slammed into a Colombian hillside.
  • Nov 29, 2016

Fidel may be gone, but his legacy lives on in Latin America

Castro’s example can be found in social programs and rebel movements.
  • Nov 26, 2016

Once underfed, Brazil's poor have a new problem: obesity

Many Brazilians escaped poverty during the boom years only to fall for fast food.
  • Nov 26, 2016

Trump’s win may be just the beginning of a global populist wave 

The biggest prize yet for a movement built on grievance could be a catalyst for more triumphs.
  • Nov 13, 2016