Frank Langfitt Frank Langfitt is NPR's London correspondent. He covers the UK and Ireland, as well as stories elsewhere in Europe.
UAW Hopes New Year Brings Better Bailout Deal
Despite Loans, Uphill Road For GM, Chrysler
Treasury To Loan Automakers $17B
NPR's Frank Langfitt and Steve Inskeep discuss the rescue, on 'Morning Edition'
Obama Said To Pick Hilda Solis For Labor Secretary
Obama Unveils Pick For Labor Secretary
Frank Langfitt talks about the Chrysler shutdown with Michele Norris on 'All Things Considered'
Automakers May Get White House Reprieve
Ill. Governor's Arrest Spotlights Union-Linked Group
Some Worry Car Czar Won't Fix Industry Woes
GM Makes Case For Bailout With Ad
Once Favored, GM's Saturn, Pontiac Struggle
NPR's Frank Langfitt reports about the hearings on 'Morning Edition'
Automakers Present Final Plea
Recession Could Thin Auto Dealer Ranks