Even as leadership turns over in Italy and Greece, fear is growing that debt problems in Europe will continue to spread to even bigger economies like France.
Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi might be able to hold on to power in Italy, but there are still calls for a "technocratic" government to fix the country's problems.
The drama continues to unfold in Europe today, as politicians in both Italy and Greece face challenges.
Mario Draghi is famous for his charm and diplomacy, but the Italian's greatest asset could be his knowledge of the shaky financial situation of his home country.
The Vatican is setting forth a plan to solve the problems in Europe and the rest of the world, through a global governing body.
Leaders in the eurozone promised they would reach a solution to their economic issues by this Sunday. Now, they say their grand plan won't be ready for a few more days.