BRASILIA (Reuters) - Whoever President Dilma Rousseff picks to head Brazil's finance ministry if she is re‑elected on Sunday will likely get a cold welcome from investors, who are skeptical that the leftist leader will stop dictating policy herself.
Brazil's Dilma Rousseff and her challenger Aecio Neves are neck‑on‑neck in the presidential race, which will be decided in a run‑off...
Hillary Clinton is used to being introduced as the "next" US president. But lacking any pre-2016 announcement, the Democratic icon is busy putting her...
Democratic U. S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen accused Republican challenger Scott Brown of grandstanding and fear mongering while he accused her of "outsourcing"...