If Monday's stock market crash seemed like a signal for Congress to do something, many Americans still cringe at the idea of government bailouts.
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Some rough TV interviews have prompted some to ask if McCain’s running mate is ready.
Some see the beginning of the end for huge compensation for financial titans. Others say the limits are too weak to bring real change.
Muslim Uighurs and Han Chinese come together at a local university in the restless region of Xinjiang to surmount poor equipment – and decades of enmity.
Banks will still need to recapitalize and start lending again.
As Washington works to bail out firms laden with bad debts, discussions begin on preventing a recurrence.