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Dilma Rousseff won Brazil's presidential runoff on Sunday, making her the first female president of South America's largest and most populous country. She campaigned on -- and now faces the challenges of -- improving Brazil's infrastructure, education and health care.

Chicago's Olympic hopes were dashed Friday when it was eliminated in the first round of voting for the 2016 host city, following a star-studded bid that featured personal appeals by President Barack Obama, the first lady and Oprah Winfrey.

Editor’s note: We were only able to air sections of Paul’s wide-ranging interview with Brazilian President Lula da Silva at the G-20 late last week. In the interest of letting viewers see Lula’s complete takes on global warming, the situation…

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