President’s scandal has Brazilians pondering new government

Many Brazilians are already looking ahead to the likelihood of a new government after two days of corruption allegations battered President Michel Temer and produced a stream of calls for him to quit despite his defiant vow to stay in office. Temer's administration, which came to power a year ago after a tough impeachment fight ousted President Dilma Rousseff, has withstood several scandals. But with Brazil's currency and stocks gyrating amid the anxiety over the new political crisis, few be...