After months of speculation and more than a week of fevered media coverage on the topic, President Obama formally picked Elizabeth Warren on Friday as assistant to the president and special advisor to Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner in charge of creating the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

The move side-steps a potentially bruising Senate confirmation fight and allows Warren to immediately begin work getting the agency up and running.

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