After writing about a colonel’s political campaign, André Caramante started receiving death threats.
British journalist Dom Phillips moved to Sao Paulo, Brazil in 2007 to write his book Superstar DJs Here We Go (Random House/Ebury 2009) and works as a correspondent covering news, economics, and celebrity. He now writes for The Times, People, Financial Times, and Grazia.
A public school in Brazil became a killing field last week as a young man killed 12, targeting girls. Dom Phillips reports on the bloodbath—and how Brazil imported a first-world problem.
The bride was gorgeous, the best man beaming—but the groom was out for blood. Dom Phillips reports on how a perfect wedding inexplicably devolved into a blood-drenched slaughter.
For almost three weeks, 33 miners have been trapped underground in Chile. Dom Phillips reports on the remarkable messages they sent through a hole that told the country they were still alive.
Fresh off its World Cup elimination, Brazil is rocked by allegations that the captain of its biggest national team killed his pregnant girlfriend. Dom Phillips reports from São Paulo.
Scouts are scouring Brazil to find the world’s next hottest supermodel, but can anyone possibly fill Gisele Bündchen’s heels? VIEW OUR GALLERY of 10 promising prospects.
The Brazilian bombshell, just re-named the world’s top-earning model, is also its shrewdest businesswoman. Dom Phillips reports from her home country on the unstoppable Bündchen empire. Plus, VIEW OUR GALLERY.
Brazilian street vendors are hawking a video of an elderly priest molesting an altar boy. Dom Phillips reports from Brazil on the pope’s brewing crisis in South America.
When he became Madge's squeeze, 23-year-old Jesus Luz hit the fame jackpot. He talks to Dom Phillips about influencing Madonna and loving older women.