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President Obama mocks Republican fundraising

Heritage Chief Economist Steve Moore, conservative columnist Gina Loudon, Democratic Strategist Zerlina Maxwell and FBN’s Neil Cavuto on the big money raised by Republican and Democratic candidates for the presidential election.

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  1. Just How Cash-Strapped is the FHA?

    A top House Republican challenged the Obama Administration Monday over the financial health of the Federal Housing Administration a day before a hearing on the agenc...

  2. Obama Calling For Housing-finance Reform

    President Barack Obama is calling on Congress to move forward with legislation to reform the country's housing-finance system by increasing the role of private capit...

  3. Housing Finance Reform : What's Next?

    The days of "liar loans" and loan approvals based on not much more than a heartbeat are long gone, but the fallout from the housing crisis is far from over. While ho...

  4. 5 Steps to Improve the Financial System

    The U.S. financial system has come a long way from fall 2008, when White House economic policy leaders and bank CEOs threw together emergency measures to keep the ba...

  5. Treasury's Lew Hosts Dinner With Economists, Academics, Executives

    U.S. Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew Wednesday night met with economists, academics and executives to discuss the financial crisis and housing market.The group included...

  6. Porat, Shilling Talked Housing With Lew: Treasury

    Morgan Stanley Chief Financial Officer Ruth Porat and Yale professor Robert Shilling were among the individuals to discuss housing finance at a dinner with Treasury ...

  7. Fannie, Freddie Reform Bill Introduced In Senate

    A bill aiming to spur substantive reform of the government's role in housing finance was introduced Thursday by a bipartisan group of senators. The "Jumpstart GSE Re...

  8. Why Can’t Washington Balance the Checkbook?

    Former U.S. Comptroller General David Walker says it is time for a state-led constitutional convention that will reform the major problems with today’s federal government.

  9. New Rules to Curb Risky Mortgages

    AEI Resident Fellow Ed Pinto and Fmr. Fannie Mae Exec. VP Rick Sharga on new rules surrounding mortgages and homeownership.

  10. Wall Street Throwing Support Behind Romney?

    FBN’s Charlie Gasparino on why some Wall Street executives are supporting Romney for President.

  11. Gasparino: House Republicans Plan Hearings on Dodd-Frank

    FBN's Charlie Gasparino says the Dodd-Frank law hearings will take place in July and focus on regulation failures.

  12. Why Obama is Better for the Economy

    The Mellman Group CEO Mark Mellman weighs in on Obama’s influence on the economy and how the Supreme Court ruling against the SEIU impacts Democrats.

  1. Blue billionaires on top

    Former Deputy Assistant to President George W. Bush Blakeman discusses money and its impact on the election.

  2. Is NJ Senator Cory Booker the next President Obama?

    FBN’s Charles Payne, Tea Party News Network News Director Scottie Nell Hughes, Penn Financial Group founder Matt McCall on the big political contributions to NJ Sen. Cory Booker.

  3. Greg Gutfeld on being uncool

    FNC’s Greg Gutfeld on why it’s lame for politicians to be cool.

  4. Fannie, Freddie Shares Plunge More Than 30%

    Common shares of federally controlled mortgage buyers Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac were recently off more than 30% each, hours after U.S. lawmakers released a blueprin...

  5. Senate Leaders Reach Deal on Fannie, Freddie

    The leaders of the U.S. Senate Banking Committee on Tuesday outlined plans for legislation to wind down government-owned mortgage financiers Fannie Mae and Freddie M...

  6. Bill To Wind Down Fannie, Freddie To Be Released

    A Senate bill draft to reform the U.S. housing-finance system and wind down federally controlled mortgage buyers Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac will be released in comin...

  7. FHFA Eyes $400K Limit For Mortgages

    With officials continuing to work on housing-finance reform, federal regulators asked Monday for public comments on a proposal that would cut the size of mortgages t...

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