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Holding One of DC's Most Secretive Institutions Accountable
Posted on: Jul 10, 2009, Source: American News Project
A rare bipartisan movement to audit the Federal Reserve.
Road To Ruin: Online Lenders Fight Regulation
Posted on: Jun 5, 2009, Source: American News Project
Are high-interest payday loans received over the internet keeping families in debt?
Road to Ruin: Mortgage Fraud Scandal Brewing
Posted on: May 12, 2009, Source: American News Project
Former subprime lenders from Ameriquest reveal a system rife with fraud.
Mortgage Bankers Celebrate Their Big Victory
Posted on: May 1, 2009, Source: American News Project
You would think this year's Mortgage Bankers Association annual meeting would be a rather solemn affair -- but they were partying.
Road to Ruin: Burned by Brokers
Posted on: Apr 17, 2009, Source: American News Project
Will bailout money reach average homeowners dealing with toxic assets?
Goldman Vet Sparks Conflict on Hill
Posted on: Apr 3, 2009, Source: American News Project
Sen. Bernie Sanders speaks out about the appointment of another Goldman Sachs alum to Obama's economic team.
Senator Admits the Truth: Time Spent Fundraising "Nothing Short of Amazing"
Posted on: Apr 2, 2009, Source: American News Project
On Tuesday, Senator Dick Durbin (D-IL.) introduced campaign finance legislation intended to ease the rising fund-raising burden on politicians.
Grayson Digs His Claws into Citigroup CEO
Posted on: Feb 17, 2009, Source: American News Project
CEOs of the biggest bailed-out banks finally appeared before Congress last week.
The Big Split Is Coming: Obama Will Have to Choose Between Us and Wall Street
Posted on: Feb 10, 2009, Source: American News Project
William Greider argues the uneasy 30-year marriage between Wall Street and the people's interests is coming to an end.
AIG Execs Receive a Flogging from Congress
Posted on: Oct 8, 2008, Source: American News Project
Watch as AIG CEOs Robert Willumstad and Martin Sullivan get harshly criticized by members of Congress.
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