Auto Bailout Dies in Senate
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Auto Bailout Dies in Senate

A $14 billion bailout for Detroit's struggling Big Three has died in the Senate. The collapse came after bipartisan talks on the auto rescue broke down over GOP demands that the labor union agree to steep wage cuts. Video by AP

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