White House economists talk up recovery on Sunday morning TV

Larry Summers, director of the NEC, takes to Sunday morning TV to reassure Americans that the economic tides have turned. (NYT)

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi sees small victories with the health care debate, but Republicans are expected to campaign hard against reform before Congress is back in session in September. (WaPo)

Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood is calling for the Senate to approve $2 million of extra funding for the Cash for Clunkers program by Tuesday. (WSJ)

New York State Attorney General Andrew Cuomo is eying the governorship. (NYT)

Bailed-out lenders like Fannie Mae have been stepping up their purchases of government securities. (Bloomberg)

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