By Alonso Soto and Anthony Boadle BRASILIA (Reuters) - President Dilma Rousseff’s austerity program to fix Brazil's shaky finances is again in trouble after her point man in the Senate was arrested in a widening corruption scandal, and it could reignite calls for her impeachment. "Unfortunately the political crisis deepens further and complicates our agenda in Congress." Delcidio do Amaral is the ruling Workers' Party most senior figure in Congress and has been a smooth negotiator with the opposition as Rousseff this year tried to shore up Brazil's overdrawn public accounts and regain the confidence of investors.
By Kylie Gumpert and Alexander Besant NEW YORK (Reuters) - Spectators packed Manhattan sidewalks on Thursday to watch the marching bands, floats and giant balloons of Macy's annual Thanksgiving Day Parade, held without incident under tight security almost two weeks after deadly attacks in Paris. New York officials expected more than 3 million spectators to have lined the route for the city's signature parade in its 89th year. President Barack Obama sought to reassure Americans on Wednesday they were safe to travel over the holiday.