Front Page: Obama Gives Auto Industry Tough Love


  • President Obama is considering bankruptcy as an option for US automakers. — Wall Street Journal
  • Iran's representative at an international conference on Afghanistan said that Iran will help with reconstruction and antidrug-trafficking efforts. — Washington Post
  • French President Nicolas Sarkozy has threatened to walk out of the G20 conference if his calls to create new rules of capitalism aren't met. — The Guardian
  • Japan's unemployment rate has jumped to 4.4 percent, a three-year high. — AFP
  • North Korea plans to indict two American journalists, who could face 10 years in labor camps for illegally entering the country. — New York Times
  • French and German Police are gearing up for a NATO summit that will take place in the French city of Strasbourg and the German cities of Kehl and Baden Baden. The summit, which will involve President Obama, will happen Friday and Saturday. — AP

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