Emergency Resuscitation? Democratic leaders seem increasingly confident that they could revive the health care bill and deliver it to President Obama's desk, perhaps before the Easter recess begins March 29, according to the Washington Post.
Give up the Gavel: Rep. Charles Rangel will temporarily give up his post as chairman of the Ways and Means Committee, Politico reports.
Belt Tightening: Greece unveils sweeping new austerity measures, but the main public sector trade union, which has called a strike for March 16, vowed to fight the new plan, Reuters reports.
Off the Hook: The former general counsel at Monster Worldwide Inc. facing backdating charges was sentenced to one year of probation Tuesday, the New York Law Journal reports.
Break-Up: Bloomberg reports that Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas President Richard Fisher has called for an international pact to break up banks whose collapse would threaten the financial system, a position that goes beyond other Fed officials.