Jimmy Carter and Lula, May 4, 2009

As U.S. Seeks a Trade Accord, Brazilians Recall Discord
Brazil Employs Tools of Spying to Guard Itself
Brazil leader's action on economy elicits U.S. praise, allays doubts
Brazil's AIDS Chief Denounces Bush Position on Drug Patents
Bush and Brazil Chief Have Politics, if Not Trade, to Discuss
Bush picks career diplomat as U.S. envoy to Brazil
Clinton Addresses Brazil Students
Natal Journal: A Has-Been Wonders How to Honor What Was
Poll: Brazilians opposed to U.S. military action
Protests Precede Clinton in Brazil
Relations With U.S. a Challenge for Leftist Elected in Brazil
Simpsons Go Home!
Trade Issues Will Dominate Bush Meeting With Brazilian
U.S. Farmers Put Down Roots in Brazilian Soil

Brazilian protesters toss eclairs at U.S. consulate

Brazil Jails American Airlines Pilot Over Fingerprinting Snub
Brazil ratifies fingerprinting, photographing of U.S. visitors
Pilot's obscene gesture offends Brazil
U.S. Arrivals Fingerprinted in Brazil
U.S. Pilot Fined for Gesture in Brazil
Papers show U.S. support of coup
How the U.S. Lost Brazil
Brazilians dubious over reporter expulsion
Brazil's Leader Reaffirms Plan to Expel Times Correspondent
Brazil's Government Drops Its Threat to Expel a Times Reporter
Periodista del Times pide disculpas a Lula
Brazil: Times reporter apologized
Warming to Brazil, Powell Says Its Nuclear Program Isn't a Concern

Bush pitches free trade in Brazil