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Location: Mailing Lists / Archive General Hot Articles / 2009-05-06

In this issue:  Chrysler bankruptcy, government spending,
and swine flu.

The promise of a quick, surgical bankruptcy may not come
true for Chrysler, according to Motley Fool.

---Cell Phones---
Inc. explains how to improve cell phone reception in your home.

---Credit Scores---
When you raise your credit score, you raise the number of
advantages available to you in the real world.  AskMen give
four tips.

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President Obama may close Guantanamo, but the policy it
represents will continue, according to Reason.
While the president talks sobriety, Reason says his policies
take America on an economic bender.

---Swine Flu---
InternetNews says there's some useful information about
swine flu (or H1N1) on the Internet -- and a tremendous
volume of noise.
Time Europe reports that a novel flu virus exploded through
Mexico last week, killing some 150, infecting hundreds more,
and generating images of masked citizens and grim officials
enumerating the latest toll.
IEEE Spectrum reports on a simulation by systems engineers
that shows the U.S. rail network is sensitive to pandemic
flu, but the port system is more robust.