Greece May Be Kicked Out of Euro Zone

Greece could be ejected from the euro if it does not agree to implement the demands of its European creditors by midnight. Greece's prime minister is meeting several heads of state in Brussels to negotiate a deal to restructure the country's debt and receive emergency financial aid now that Greek banks are virtually out of money. Creditors, led by Germany, want Greece to enact spending cuts, new taxes, and privatize of some industries before agreeing to lend Athens $60 billion and restructure its debts.