As the Senate prepares to vote tonight on the Wall Street rescue, leaders in Europe are saying the United States must show "statesmanship" for "the good of the world." With financial system facing a loss of confidence, is the rest of the world losing confidence in the United States? Also, the NATO commander in Afghanistan calls for more troops "as quickly as possible," and immigrants will be getting a different kind of test starting today. Will it be harder to qualify for American citizenship than it was yesterday?
Banner image: A man walks past a share prices board in front of a securities office in Tokyo on September 30. Japanese share prices plummeted almost five percent in early trade after US lawmakers rejected a massive financial bailout plan. Photo: Kazuhiro Nogi/AFP/Getty Images