Cartoonist Tony Auth on the Greek crisis.
If you think you have Greece fatigue, imagine how the financial kingpins of Europe feel after 13 hours of talks to approve a new bailout deal for the trouble nation — one that isn't likely to end the hand-wringing anytime soon.
George Papandreou will resign as prime minister, and talks about the makeup of the new coalition government will continue Monday.
Even 2,500 years after Ancient Athenians conceived of democracy, we can't stop talking about it, especially after the news broke that Greece decided to put Europe's rescue package up for a country-wide referendum.
While 70,000 Greek protesters demonstrated against it in Athens, the country's parliament passed a bill cutting pensions and raising taxes.
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The Greeks may have spoiled all the fun--one last round of Bordeaux?
"If solidarity goes, Europe goes"
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