Liberty NewsWire - August 26, 2011

"Citing "a range of tools that could be used to provide additional monetary stimulus," he said the Fed "will continue to consider those and other pertinent issues, including of course economic and financial developments, at our meeting in September, which has been scheduled for two days instead of one to allow a fuller discussion," Bernanke said in the speech." - CNBC

Bernanke Stays Course, Says Fed WIll Consider Move in September - CNBC

Ben Bernanke Seeks to Reassure, Jabs at Washington Policy-Makers - LA Times

Bernanke Quiet on Next Fed Moves, Stresses Jobs Crisis - Reuters

Second Quarter GDP Trimmed, Spending Raised - Reuters

CBO: Unemployment Won't Improve Much by Election Day - Washington Examiner

Poll: Americans' Views on Economy, Obama's Role Sour - The Washington Times

Boehner Asks Obama for Billion Dollar List - The Hill

US: UN Approves Release of Libyan Funds - CBS News

Libyan Rebels to Seek UN Seat Next Month - Reuters

Wikileaks Publishes Tens of Thousands of More Cables - Reuters

Leaked Cable: John McCain Pushed to Arm Qadhafi - Politico

Arizona Sues Federal Government Over Voter Rights Law - Yahoo! News

TSA to Offer Buyouts to Workers - Washington Post

Spain to Set Deficit Limit in Constitution - CNBC

China, France to Launch Yuan SDR Task Force - WSJ



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