Thursday, July 19, 2012

Interesting Headlines in the News Jul 19

Bailout fund could become

Romanian MEP charged with defrauding over €400,000
Romania and Bulgaria continue to flout rule of law
Your burger is about to get pricier
U.S. missing out on Arctic land grab
Audit the Fed? Bernanke fights back against Ron Paul
Online comic Penny Arcade seeks $1 million to go ad-free
Faith in the Feds Ability to Hit Inflation Targets

Iran at Its Strategic Juncture
Natural Gas Explosion in Louisiana Heard 12 Miles Away
US Coast Guard Needs Billions of Dollars

Post Office Might Miss Retirees' Payment
Who Needs the Euro When You Can Pay With Deutsche Marks?
Theater Intelligence and Assessment,

House passes bill demanding sequester details

Franken grills Facebook over facial recognition tool,

Retailers confident lawmakers

LIBOR Rates.
Central Bankers To Discuss Libor's Future In September
California's San Bernardino Vote Clears Way To Bankruptcy
Senate Considers Adopting U.N Measure

City of San Bernardino, California,

Leaked Docs Reveal 'Off the Charts' Damage at US Nuke Plant
Israel accuses Iran after seven tourists die

A hi-tech tale of two cities [UK]:

Assassinations on an epic scale â€"

Geithner defends U.S. response to 2008 Libor concerns
Central bankers eyeing whether Libor needs scrapping
Obama, Putin talk as U.S. says Assad losing grip on Syria
No sign of Assad after bomb kills kin, rebels close in
More on LIBOR: Plus, Spitzer takes on Bartiromo

Monti plans 'Greek-style' takeover of Sicily to avert default
The Natural Gas Massacre And Price Spikes
Will the Murder of Israelis in Bulgaria Cause War?
In North Dakota, the gritty side of an oil boom
States' pressure shifted TransCanada stance

Vilsack: Farmers need help from Congress
Washington worried over Syria attack
Justice Department Sues Telecom

Pentagon, CIA Sued for Lethal Drone Attacks on U.S. Citizens
Bernanke's Libor Alternatives
City Of Compton Next On The Muni Bankruptcy Deck
Deep Into The Lieborgate Rabbit Hole:

The Growing Pressures Likely To Blow The Eurozone Apart
Poor Thieves Go To Jail, Rich Thieves Don't
Santelli Slams "It's Not My Job" Bernanke

Three US Aircraft Carriers Now In The Middle East

UBS Issues Hyperinflation Warning For US And UK,

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