The Brazilian football superstar breaks down in tears after a win, then gets criticized for showing 'fragility'
Neymar gets all emotional after securing the victory for Brazil
Rurik Gislason now boasts more Instagram followers than the population of Iceland
The Brazilians’ bid for a 6th World Cup gets off to a slow start as the favorites settle for a draw against the Swiss
The Brazilian superstar appears to have fully recovered from a foot fracture
A 3-0 demolition of Austria marks Neymar's first start for Brazil in more than 3 months
Watch how Gilas Pilipinas started its FIBA 3x3 World Cup 2018 campaign
The Gilas Pilipinas 3x3 team gets its bid off to a promising start
United is hopeful that its first signing of the summer will be a significant step to beating Premier League champ Man City
The PSG striker races to be fit for his national team's World Cup opener against Switzerland on June 17
The truck strike has been crippling fuel, food, and other freight across the continent-sized industrial and agricultural powerhouse
The price cut, equal to 0.46 reais a liter, is to be locked in place for 60 days, Brazil's president says in televised remarks
Squatters occupy some 200 buildings in Sao Paulo, a metropolis that is also home to Brazil's billionaires
The Filipino all-girls football squad surrenders a late goal against the defending champions
Here is a round-up of some of the biggest events on the annual workers' holiday
The Brazilian football star gears up for the World Cup, but puts a lid on his season with Paris Saint-Germain
'I want you to feel totally free to take whatever decision you need because 2018 is an important year for the PT, for the left and for democracy,' writes Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva in a letter to the Workers' Party
After sustaining a foot injury, the Paris Saint-Germain superstar hopes to get back in time to suit up for Brazil
'I need about a month, but it is healing well. Everything is happening normally,' says Neymar, who broke a metatarsal bone in his right foot late February
(3rd UPDATE) Former Brazilian president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva is behind bars for corruption
The ex-president accuses the judiciary and a media conglomerate of assisting a right-wing coup with the ultimate aim of preventing him from competing in October's presidential polls
Judge Sergio Moro says a special cell 'was prepared in advance... in which the ex-president will be separated from other prisoners, with no risk for his moral or physical integrity'
The 6-5 ruling means that former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva could be arrested within days
The suspension until May 1 covers EU member states, Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Mexico, and South Korea
Brazil team doctor Rodrigo Lasmar, who operated on Neymar on March 3, says he speaks "two or three time a day" with the physiotherapists working with the Brazil and Paris Saint-Germain player
The decision by the Superior Court of Justice adds a new layer of uncertainty to the campaign for Brazil's October presidential election, in which former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva is the current frontrunner
Will Neymar be able to catch PSG's remaining season or even be in shape at the start of Brazil's World Cup campaign in Russia?
The procedure takes place Saturday, March 3, led by Brazilian national team surgeon Rodrigo Lasmar.
'The (recovery) period will be around two and a half to 3 months,' says Brazil's national team surgeon Rodrigo Lasmar, who flew with Neymar to Rio de Janeiro
After a torrid time in office, a few elements are finally going the 77-year-old's way
Lawmakers confirm the nomination of the Philippines' ambassadors to the Vatican, UAE, Greece, Brazil, Argentina, Indonesia, and the Czech Republic
Lula is making every effort to stave off any prison time while he angles to return as president in elections later this year
This year revelers have more on their minds than drinking, dancing and dressing up – there's politics
Zico enjoys his action-packed weekend in Manila with up-and-coming football players of the Philippines
Authorities rescind the passport of former Brazilian president Lula Inacio Lula da Silva, who was headed to Addis Ababa for a meeting organized by the UN Food and Agriculture Organization
The court decision deals a body blow to his hopes of running for re-election this year
The head of the powerful pro-government Constituent Assembly, Delcy Rodriguez, says the decision was made against Brazil's ambassador Ruy Pereira and Canadian charge d'affaires Craig Kowalik
Marcelo Fernando Pinheiro Veiga, known as 'Marcelo Piloto,' is accused of murder and supplying drugs and weapons to Rio de Janeiro's biggest criminal gang, the Comando Vermelho, or Red Command
Will breaking from the government and naming Geraldo Alckmin persuade voters that the PSDB can bring a fresh start?
Journalists are the first to see 'Rogerio 157' handcuffed and wearing blue jeans and a black T-shirt with the words 'wild spirit' written upside down
The '6 A-29 Super Tucano light attack and advanced training aircraft... are intended to be the primary close air support aircraft' of the air force, said the defense department
The Brazilian displays his superior ground game by swarming local boy Kingad, who submitted to a choke with still 15 seconds remaining in the opening round
Patients range from youth addicted to video games, and adults who have lost a spouse or their job for spending too much time on social media and other online channels
Donna Brazile also wrote that Clinton's campaign was badly mismanaged, 'anemic' and had taken on 'the odor of failure'
The first president in the country to face criminal charges while in office, Temer is accused of obstruction of justice and racketeering
The new saints include 30 martyrs massacred in Brazil in the 17th century, 3 teens slain in 16th-century Mexico, a Spanish priest, and an Italian priest
The Brazilian government backs off a controversial proposal to authorize private companies to mine a sprawling Amazon reserve after blistering domestic and international criticism
A 7-1 majority on the court voted against Temer's appeal to put the racketeering and obstruction of justice charges on hold
Underlining the turmoil in Brazilian politics, the poll also confirmed plummeting support for the current center-right government, with 75.6% saying it is doing a bad job