Protesters out again in Brazil’s biggest city

A man holds a banner that reads in Portuguese: "No violence Brazil, peace and love," in front of a burning national television vehicle, set on fire by protestors, in front of City Hall in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Tuesday, June 18, 2013. On Tuesday, thousands of people marched on Sao Paulo’s City Hall building, where a small group fought police in an unsuccessful attempt to force their way in. Some of the biggest demonstrations since the end of Brazil's 1964-85 dictatorship have broke out across this continent-sized country, uniting multitudes frustrated by poor transportation, health services, education and security despite a heavy tax burden. (AP Photo/Nelson Antoine)SAO PAULO (AP) — Tens of thousands of Brazilians again flooded the streets of the country's biggest city to raise a collective cry against a longstanding lament — people are weighed down by high taxes and high prices but get low-quality public services and a system of government infected with corruption.