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- Ahead of a visit from the Greek prime minister, German politicians say they will give Greece no leeway on terms of its reform efforts. [Reuters]
- Federal and state prosecutors are investigating Deutsche Bank for allegedly funneling billions of dollars to sanctioned nations like Iran and Sudan through their American banks. [New York Times]
- South Africa will launch an investigation into the Lonmin mine shooting, where police killed 34 striking workers last week. [Wall Street Journal]
- Some economists think a stronger response to the housing crisis from the Obama administration could have softened its impact. [New York Times]
- A lack of funds is threatening America’s national parks. [Washington Post]
- The financial industry is speaking out against local government plans to use eminent domain to seize homes that are underwater on mortgages. [The Hill]
- The U.S. has lost 300,000 teachers since 2009, according to a report from the White House Council of Economic Advisers. [The Hill]