Brazil sets $23B hike for transit after protests

A man shouts slogans during a protest outside the home of Sergio Cabral, the governor of Rio de Janeiro state, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Sunday, June 23, 2013. A wave of protests have shaken Brazil and pushed the government to promise a crackdown on corruption and greater spending on social services. (AP Photo/Felipe Dana)SAO PAULO (AP) — Under pressure after more than a week of nationwide protests, Brazilian leader Dilma Rousseff said Monday her government will spend $23 billion more on public transportation and announced five core areas that leaders will focus on to speed political reform and improvements to government services.