There's been no shortage of coverage on Dominique Strauss-Khan, the head of the International Monetary Fund, and of the stunning sexual assualt charges against the French economist and politician.
The Guardian, meanwhile, focused on a second sexual assault complaint unrelated to this weekend's alleged incicent in New York City.
The New Yorker, meanwhile, reviews a book published in France last year that now feels prophetic.
What will the Dominique Strauss-Kahn debacle mean for the global economy?
Here's my quick take: it can't be a good thing for anyone.