features

Bloomberg Businessweek
For Art's Sake: The crimes that fueled Brazil's Inhotim museum (picked up by Longform)

Lapham's Quarterly
Songs From Sinjar: How ISIS is hastening the end of the Yezidis’ ancient oral tradition

Bloomberg Businessweek
The Billionaire Bishop: A pastor gathers followers and dollars, and criminal investigations (picked up by Longform)

The Times Magazine (UK)
The Brazillionaire: Eike Batista (adapted from Brazillionaires)

Slate
“He Steals, but He Gets Things Done”: How the men who built Brazil's highways and bridges made an entire system corrupt (adapted from Brazillionaires)

Bloomberg Businessweek
The Most Interesting Billionaire in the World: The private-equity tycoon who took over Anheuser-Busch, Burger King, and Heinz

more stories

The New Yorker
Open Talk of a Military Coup Unsettles Brazil
What the Latest Crisis Means for Brazil
Brazil After Dilma Rousseff
Ryan Lochte and Brazil's Third Rail
Brazil's Olympics Meets Its Favelas

The Atlantic
Brazil Turns Its Back on Democracy
The Rot in Brazil's Anti-Corruption Crusade
The Broken Promise of the Rio Olympics

Topic
The Deadly Spectacle of Brazil's Gold Mines: On Sebastião Salgado

The Awl
Counting to a Billion: How that list of the world's richest people got made

The Washington Post
On the ghosts of Brazil's military dictatorship
How the Workers’ Party lost the workers
Zika exposes class differences in Brazil

The Nation
Book review: The Making and Unmaking of Brazilian Democracy

The Baffler
Shave the Billionaire
The Other Buffett Rule

Vanity Fair
On Travel: The Empire Strikes Back

Town & Country
Inside the Turmoil in Tulum