The latest news from Detroit includes Chrysler's efforts this weekend to make deals that will keep it from heading to bankruptcy. Meantime, General Motors announced a revised business plan today, as well as the closure of historic Pontiac line. What concessions did the unions make? What does Chrysler need to do to convince creditors not to pull the plug? What's next for the big three? Also, journalists behind bars. Cases involving American reporters in Iran and North Korea are making headlines, but what about more than a hundred journalists in jail around the world? Sara Terry guest hosts this rebroadcast of today's To the Point with an update on what health officials in California are doing to contain the Swine Flu outbreak.
Banner image: Fritz Henderson, CEO and President of General Motors, discusses GM's Viability Plan at a press conference in Detroit, Michigan. Photo: Bill Pugliano/Getty Images