Senate Panel Vote on U.S. Action Against Syria

Sept. 4 (Bloomberg) -- The Senate Foreign Relations Committee voted to authorize President Barack Obama to conduct a limited U.S. military operation in Syria, the first step toward congressional endorsement of the effort. The resolution, approved 10-7, supports use of force in a “limited and specified manner against legitimate military targets” during a 60-day period following enactment, with a possible 30-day extension at Obama’s request. The resolution doesn’t authorize use of U.S. ground troops in combat. (Source: Bloomberg)
Japan's Nishimura Speaks About Abenomics, Economy
41:27 - Japan's Deputy Economy Minister Yasutoshi Nishimura talks about the impact of the government's fiscal and monetary policy on the country's economy. Bloomberg's Brian Fowler moderates the discussion in New York. (Nishimura's remarks in Japanese are translated into English. Source: Bloomberg)
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