BRASILIA (Reuters) – Brazil’s government expects Congress to approve its new fiscal targets on Aug. 29 after reaching an agreement with legislators to rescind some presidential vetoes to a budget law,
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A new poll shows a majority of Americans are against the removal of confederate statues. The NPR/PBS news hour survey published Thursday revealed 62% of Americans want the monuments to stay where they’re currently located.
BRASILIA (Reuters) – Brazilian lawmakers facing a dearth of financing for their re-election campaigns next year proposed on Tuesday creating a fund of 3.6 billion reais ($1.1 billion) in taxpayer
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BRASILIA (Reuters) – Brazilian President Michel Temer expects Congress to water down his proposal to overhaul pension rules and approve the new legislation by a slim majority this year, he said in a
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