Rappler's latest stories on Jair Bolsonaro
The move from Tel Aviv, which will defy Palestinians and most of the world, is the latest controversial announcement by Brazil's far-right President-elect Jair Bolsonaro
President-elect Jair Bolsonaro huddles with his inner circle at the home of a wealthy backer in Rio de Janeiro to start forming what advisor Gustavo Bebianno calls 'a combat vanguard' for the new administration
Having channeled voters' anger with corruption, crime and economic malaise, the man dubbed the 'Tropical Trump' will now get down to work seeking to 'change Brazil's destiny'
Official results give the controversial president-elect 55.13% of the vote in the run-off election, to 44.87 for leftist opponent Fernando Haddad, with 99.99% of the ballots counted
Facing far-right candidate Jair Bolsonaro is leftist candidate Fernando Haddad, a former Sao Paulo mayor who is standing in for jailed ex-president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva
Will Brazil's clone of the Philippines' Duterte come to power?
Facebook and its WhatsApp messenger service are in the spotlight for being used in disinformation trafficking
The row shines a light on an issue that has become pressing in democracies: the organized abuse of social media to sway public opinion in countries
Jair Bolsonaro and Fernando Haddad – the two top candidates from a field of 13 on Sunday – will have to duke it out on October 28
Right-wing Brazilian election front-runner Jair Bolsonaro leads the presidential race against jailed former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva after surviving a knife attack by an activist
(UPDATED) Images shared on social media and Brazilian television show Jair Bolsonaro being carried on the shoulders of a throng of supporters, before a man lunges at his stomach
Although official campaigning is not yet permitted for the October 2018 presidential polls Jair Bolsonaro calls a campaign like press conference at a Rio hotel to lay out his deeply conservative vision and mock his liberal critics
The growing popularity of a lawmaker who praises torture and military dictatorship is the latest sign of Brazil slipping into unpredictable – and some say dangerous – political territory
She isn t worth it because she s ugly she s not my type I would never rape her Congressman Jair Bolsonaro says of Maria do Rosario Nunes