Like Nuclear Submarines Passing In The Night

  • David Axelrod did the Sunday talk show circuit yesterday, discussing administration efforts to shore up the housing market. Mortgage lenders are apparently putting a temporary stop on foreclosures -- something Hillary Clinton suggested they do over a year ago, lest things get really bad. [Wall Street Journal]
  • A British and a French nuclear submarine collided with each other earlier this month, but thankfully did not set off any nuclear explosions under the ocean, which would have been, ha ha, pretty awful! Keep calm and carry on, etc.! [BBC News]
  • Chrysler and GM executives are staying up all night drinking cold coffee and smoking unfiltered Camels in an effort to grind out their cost-cutting/stayin' alive proposals which are due to the president on Tuesday. [Detroit Free Press]
  • Investigators are reconstructing the terrifying last moments of the flight that went down over Buffalo last week in an effort to understand what caused the crash. [New York Times]
  • Yay, somebody's economy sucks more than ours! Meet the island nation of Japan, which relies heavily on exports and the sales of such completely unwanted luxury trinkets as cars and electronics. [Washington Post]
  • More sporadic violence in Gaza. [BBC News]

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