A $28 billion budget shortfall through 2010 could start to pinch next week.
US automakers are likely to get $15 billion in federal loans, but lawmakers insist on industry restructuring.
Just seven weeks after the prime minister's party won reelection, the Conservative administration could be toppled.
Readers write about junk mail, whether unions really damaged the Big Three, and what Obama's Cabinet nominees say about his incoming administration.
Lawmakers say bankruptcy for Detroit's Big Three is 'not a viable option.'
In the South, host to foreign-owned plants, there is little sympathy held for Detroit.
GOP’s conservative base in Georgia prevents a Democratic filibuster-proof majority in the US Senate.