November 10, 2011 at 12:01 PM EST
Top News 11-10-11
Today's top news stories highlight the government changes occurring across Europe. The Greeks, or rather a handful of guys in Greece, have selected their new leader. All hope now lies in economic savior, Lucas Papademos, but his job is akin to bailing water with a bucket that has no bottom. Good luck though Lucas. In Italy, talks are centered around a "unity government" under a new leader who will also face the same morbid challenge as the Greeks. You know, a mafia boss might be perfect for this job, at least for entertainment purposes, but we'll get another economic savior a day late and a euro short instead. Enjoy today's top news!
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