President Bush made a statement Friday morning, to reassure the American public that the government has a comprehensive strategy and the tools to solve the crisis. He discussed plans to be enacted by the Treasury Department, the Federal Reserve, and the FDIC.
Earlier this year, Alaska's Department of Natural Resources hired an outside PR consultant for $31,000 to pitch Gov. Sarah Palin as a crusader against Big Oil, according to The Washington Post. In other VP news, Palin wants to make an appearance on Saturday Night Live, spoofing Tina Fey's American Express commercials.
Sen. Barack Obama's campaign is planning a 30-minute infomercial to run during prime-time programming - a first in 16 years for presidential canidates, says The New York Times.
Iceland is on the brink of bankruptcy, but Prime Minister Geir H. Haarde is optimistic the country will secure a loan from the Russian government.
The former president of Finland, Martti Ahtisaari, is the first Finn to win the Nobel Peace Prize.
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