World Leaders Meet to Discuss Gadhafi; Deadly Bronx Zoo Cobra Still Missing, But on Twitter; AMC Could Cancel Mad Men


• More than 40 world leaders, including U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, will attend a conference today in London to “plan ways to put pressure” on Moammar Gadhafi. “The purpose of this conference is to broaden and deepen the coalition effort,” said British Foreign Secretary William Hague. “We all want to see that cease-fire. We all want to see Gadhafi go.” Barack Obama has defended military intervention in Libya, but says that overthrowing Gadhafi by force would be a mistake. [CNN, BBC]

• Low levels of radioactive iodine believed to be from Japan’s Fukushima nuclear plant have been found in Glasgow. The levels are “not of concern for the public or the environment.” [Telegraph]

• The deadly cobra is still missing at the Bronx Zoo, and may hide for weeks, says the Zoo. But she (it’s a she) has a Twitter: @BronxZoosCobra. It’s worth a follow. [NPR]

New York City Hotels (the Plaza in particular) don’t want to rent rooms to Charlie Sheen, you know, because of what happened last time. [NYP]

AMC could cancel Mad Men? Negotiations with creator Matt Weiner are reportedly on the rocks over a variety of issues. Can’t we all just get along (and watch our show)? [Deadline, The Daily]

• If you drop your cell phone in the sewer, call 311. The City will apparently retrieve it for you, though whether or not you actually use it again depends on the sewer. [NYDN]