Chrysler's experience suggests that the Chapter 11 process doesn't have to be lengthy, especially if the government has agreed to chip in billions of dollars in aid.
Unemployment, though, will continue to rise through the end of the year, they say.
A slim new biography celebrates the life of icon and activist Pete Seeger.
The Monitor's language columnist muses on a new phrase from the world of finance: macroprudential oversight.
South Korea joined a US-led program to block shipments of nuclear material. In Japan, a lawmaker urged first-strike capability.
Some 36,000 officers are expected to be cut this year and many Soviet-era 'phantom divisions' eliminated. But will the economic crisis undercut reforms?
The 2006 antiterror law makes it a crime to take part in demonstrations supporting the outlawed Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK).
In his first Western interview since being burned Friday, Ayman Nour says the bizarre attack was politically motivated. But it doesn't fit the usual pattern.