The Lebanese economy is unraveling. A once-secure middle class is being hit hard as the poverty rate rises — prompting protests against political dysfunction and power cuts.
As Lebanon’s Economy Worsens, Protests Turn More Violent
By Deborah Amos
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The acting head of the Bureau of Land Management is defending the controversial relocation of the massive land agency's headquarters to a small western Colorado city 1,900 miles from Washington, D.C.