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Front Page: Bush Approves $17.4 Billion For Auto Makers

  • President Bush announced a $17.4 billion rescue package for the automakers that would let them to avoid bankruptcy. The plan also leaves many big decisions for the Obama administration. — Wall Street Journal
  • W. Mark Felt, Watergate's "Deep Throat," has died at the age of 95. — San Francisco Chronicle
  • Investors who actually made money as a result of Bernard Maddof's alleged $50 billion Ponzi scheme will probably be forced to give up some of their profits. — New York Times
  • Hammas, the Islamist militant group, says it has ended its six-month Gaza Strip ceasefire with Israel. — BBC News


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