General Motors says it plans to cut another 1,900 jobs in North America so it can deal with a worsening cash crunch.  The cuts are in addition to 3,600 layoffs GM announced last week.  The company has lost more than $4 billion since July due to declining sales.  Analysts say the entire U.S. auto industry is at risk and so are millions of jobs.  VOA's Mil Arcega reports.